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Park City Winter Events – Check out our Top 10

Park City Winter Events | Christmas in Park City
Park City Winter Events | Christmas in Park City

Park City Winter Events

 

Park City, Utah, is a special place any time you visit. But there are certain Park City winter events that come along each year that make it an extraordinary place to visit. Whether it’s the Torchlight Parade on Christmas Eve, the country’s most popular Sundance Film Festival, World Cup skiing, or celebrating Spring Gruv and Easter in Park City,  you’ll find events throughout the year that give you even more reasons to visit Park City.  Park City is home to a diverse culture of theater and performing arts events, sure to please and delight performing arts lovers from every background.

Here are a few of our favorite Top 10 Park City Winter Events that keep people coming back every year.

  1. Opening Day at our Ski Resorts – This year, Park City will open for the 2017-18 Ski Season on Thanksgiving Day followed next week by Deer Valley Resort on December 2, 2017.  Won’t you join us?
  2. Celebrate Christmas in Park City – Visitors can join in some of our time-honored traditions such as watching Santa come down the Town Lift to watching the Torchlight Parades at both Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resorts. Take in a show at the The Egyptian Theatre or shop for last-minute gifts along Historic Main Street and The Tanger Outlets.
  3. Utah Olympic Park – Olympic Trials for Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined – Dec. 30-31 – In a winner-take-all event where the victors will be named to Team USA. The Olympic Trials will feature Nordic Combined on Saturday, Dec. 30 followed by Ski Jumping for men and women on Sunday, Dec. 31.
  4. New Year’s Eve in Park City – The New Year’s Eve Celebration at Canyons Village is fun for the entire family! Family-friendly activities begin at 3pm and include live entertainment, sleigh rides, music and our massive fireworks display at approximately 7:00 pm.
  5. FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup – January 1-12, 2018 – The world’s best freestyle skiers come together one last time before they head to the Olympics.   Catch them this winter for the FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup at Deer Valley Resort as they twist, fly and race their way to the podium. All events are free to the public.
  6. Martin Luther King Holiday – Snow, sun and fun are waiting for you during the Martin Luther King Holiday (Monday, January 15, 2018) weekend in Park City Utah!  Take advantage of some of the best lodging deals of the season.
  7. Sundance Film Festival – Jan 18-28, 2018 – The Sundance Film Festival is a showcase for new work from American and international independent filmmakers, comprising of competitive sections for American and international dramatic and documentary films, both feature films and short films. Now in it’s 40th year, it is bigger and more popular than ever.  Book lodging early!
  8. Valentine’s Day in Park City – February 14, 2018 – You and your special someone can spend Valentine’s Day nestled in the mountains of Park City, Utah, a splendid resort city that offers skiing and plenty other of couple-friendly activities.
  9. Spring Gruv & Pond Skimming – March 24-April 8, 2018 – Park City presents the 10th annual Park City Spring Grüv. For 16 days Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons Village will be having huge, free concerts, as well as the 22nd Annual Pond Skimming Contest to be held on April 7, 2018 at Canyons!
  10. Easter in Park City – April 8, 2018 – Easter in Park City is April 1, 2018, and that means many things: beautiful blue sky days, incredible skiing, longer days and of course, Easter Egg hunts.

No matter when you’re planning a vacation to Park City, our Calendar of Events will keep you informed on everything going on in and around town during your stay.

Park City Utah Events Calendar

Park City Summer Events and Festivals

St Regis Big Stars Bright NightsWe have as many Park City summer events and festivals as we have wooded trails, and we have over 400 miles of trails in Park City.  Be sure to check our Park City Calendar of Events to find out everything that’s happening in Park City this summer.

Spend this year’s summer vacation Park City, a rustic, yet lively summer vacation destination, full of events, festivals and outdoor summer concerts.

Park City Summer Events & Festivals

Here’s a list of some of our favorite Park City summer events:

Savor the Summit – (Saturday, June 17, 2017)

Each June you can join Park City’s longest dining table during Savor the Summit’s – The Grande Table event. One long dinner table graces the length of Main Street, allowing for over 1500 diners to join in celebration of fabulous food, outdoor dining, live music, and summer in the mountains.

4th of July in Park CityPark City 4th of July Celebration & Fireworks (July 4, 2017)

Spend the weekend celebration Independence Day. Take in a concert, catch the rodeo, or an outdoor concert, enjoy 4th of July Parade on Park City’s Historic Main Street  including a 5k run, pancake breakfast, parade, live music, rugby games, and beer gardens.

Park City Food and Wine Classic – (July 6-9, 2017)

Come experience an epicurean extravaganza at the annual Park City Food a& Wine Classic. A premier event where master winemakers, culinary greats, and distinguished guests gather to play, wine, and dine in beautiful Park City, Utah.

Deer Valley Music Festival
The Utah Symphony performing at the Deer Valley Music Festival.

Utah Symphony/Utah Opera Deer Valley Music Festival  – (July – August)

The Deer Valley® Music Festival is the Utah Symphony/Utah Opera’s summer home in the mountains. Enjoy chamber music, classical, opera, and pops offerings in various venues throughout town, including Snow Park Amphitheater at Deer Valley Resort.

St Regis Big Stars Bright Nights Summer Concerts – (July-September)

Now in it’s 14th season, grab a blanket, a picnic basket and listen to some of the hottest touring acts in the country at Deer Valley’s Snow Park Lodge Outdoor Amphitheater this summer.

Kimball Arts Festival (August 4-6,2017)Park City Kimball Arts Festival

The Kimball Art Center is set to host this annual arts festival, one of the top art festivals in the country. More than 200 selected artists, 30 live bands, three wine and beer gardens, and the Kimball Kid’s Corner will highlight the event.

Miner’s Day Celebration (Monday, September 4, 2017)

Park City celebrates the Labor Day Holiday as a remembrance of our town’s historical mining roots – thus the name, Park City Miner’s Day.  A day’s worth of traditional events are planned to mark Miner’s Day in Park City on Monday, September 4, beginning with a pancake breakfast in the City Park to our old fashioned Labor Day Parade on Historic Main Street.

Park City Autumn Aloft  (September 15-18, 2017)

Autumn Aloft is a visual delight for spectators rather than an opportunity for balloon rides for event attendees. Autumn Aloft festivities begin in the early morning. Evening festivities take place Friday and Saturday evenings. Make a Park City weekend out of it.

Join us in Park City this summer!

You know you want to be here! Book your vacation now. We have many beautiful vacation properties to fit every budget, great rates and discounts to boot.

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Park City Powder Alert – 9″ of new snow in Park City

Park City Powder AlertWith over 400″ of snow, a record break winter season in Park City, #spring is proving to be just as good with 9″ of new snow overnight.  Ski seasons ends on Easter, April 16, but not before Spring Gruv entertains the crowds.

The Pond Skimming Contest (Sat. April 8, 2017) is Park City’s most popular party and is the true indicator that spring has arrived. Contestants must dress in costume (the funkier the better) as they attempt to cross a 100-foot pond on skis or a snowboard. The pond and the excitement happen at mid-mountain just outside Red Pine Lodge. Must be 10 years of age or older to enter.  Spectators will need a lift or gondola ticket to watch.

Easter in Park City means many things: beautiful blue sky days, incredible skiing, longer days and of course, Easter Egg hunts.  Still haven’t booked your Easter ski trip to Park City, check out these last minute lodging deals, call 800.421-5056 and save over Easter weekend.  Join us this Easter and take advantage of the best Park City lodging deals of the season.  Park City will be offering ample spring snow, free concerts, and plenty of Easter fun over the Easter weekend.


Park City Canyons Lodging, an All Mountain Lodging Company,
began over 30 years ago with a simple goal: to provide families visiting Park City with an enjoyable and memorable vacation experience.  Save time by using our convenient and very secure online booking system.  Choose from one, two, three, four or five bedroom, fully-equipped Park City vacation rentals and book with confidence or call 800-421-5056.  Join us for Spring Grüv in Park City.  

 

Experience Spring Gruv at Park City Canyons Resort

Park City Spring GruvPark City presents the 10th annual Spring Grüv. For 16 days Park City Resort will be hosting free concerts in the two villages, as well as the 21st Annual Pond Skimming Contest! It’s one of those traditions that has been wild from the start. The Pond Skimming Contest is Park City’s most popular party and is the true indicator that spring has arrived. Contestants must dress in costume (the funkier the better) as they attempt to cross a 100-foot pond on skis or a snowboard. The pond and the excitement happen at mid-mountain just outside Red Pine Lodge. Must be 10 years of age or older to enter. Spectators will need a lift or gondola ticket to watch.

The Pond Skimming Contest (Sat. April 8, 2017) is Park City’s most popular party and is the true indicator that spring has arrived. Contestants must dress in costume (the funkier the better) as they attempt to cross a 100-foot pond on skis or a snowboard. The pond and the excitement happen at mid-mountain just outside Red Pine Lodge. Must be 10 years of age or older to enter.  Spectators will need a lift or gondola ticket to watch.

BOOK NOW and take advantage of 30% off all remaining lodging.

 

 

Spring Gruv Spring Concerts

Sat., Mar. 25 3:00 – 5:00 Spring Concert: on the Canyons Village Stage
Musical act to be announced.
3:00 – 5:00 Spring Concert: in the Park City Base Area
Musical act to be announced.
Sun., Mar. 26 3:00 – 5:00 Après Music: at Canyons Village and Park City Base Area
Finish the up your day on the slopes with Après style, join us for different local musical acts daily.
Mon., March 27 3:00 – 5:00 Après Music: at Canyons Village and Park City Base Area
Finish the up your day on the slopes with Après style, join us for different local musical acts daily.
Tues., March 28 3:00 – 5:00 Après Music: at Canyons Village and Park City Base Area
Finish the up your day on the slopes with Après style, join us for different local musical acts daily.
Wed., Mar. 29 3:00 – 5:00 Après Music: at Canyons Village and Park City Base Area
Finish the up your day on the slopes with Après style, join us for different local musical acts daily.
Thurs., Mar. 30 3:00 – 5:00 Après Music: at Canyons Village and Park City Base Area
Finish the up your day on the slopes with Après style, join us for different local musical acts daily.
Fri., Mar. 31 3:00 – 5:00 Après Music: at Canyons Village and Park City Base Area
Finish the up your day on the slopes with Après style, join us for different local musical acts daily.
Spring Concert: on the Canyons Village Stage
Musical act to be announced.
3:00 – 5:00 Spring Concert: in the Park City Base Area
Musical act to be announced.
Sun., Apr. 2 3:00 – 5:00 Après Music: at Canyons Village and Park City Base Area
Finish the up your day on the slopes with Après style, join us for different local musical acts daily.
Mon., Apr. 3 3:00 – 5:00 Après Music: at Canyons Village and Park City Base Area
Finish the up your day on the slopes with Après style, join us for different local musical acts daily.
Tues., Apr. 4 3:00 – 5:00 Après Music: at Canyons Village and Park City Base Area
Finish the up your day on the slopes with Après style, join us for different local musical acts daily.
Wed., Apr. 5 3:00 – 5:00 Après Music: at Canyons Village and Park City Base Area
Finish the up your day on the slopes with Après style, join us for different local musical acts daily.
Thurs., Apr. 6 3:00 – 5:00 Après Music: at Canyons Village and Park City Base Area
Finish the up your day on the slopes with Après style, join us for different local musical acts daily.
Fri., Apr. 7 3:00 -5:00 Après Music: at Canyons Village and Park City Base Area
Finish the up your day on the slopes with Après style, join us for different local musical acts daily.
Sat., Apr. 8 Spring Concert: on the Canyons Village Stage
Musical act to be announced.
Spring Concert: in the Park City Base Area
Musical act to be announced.
 Sat., Apr. 8  12:00  Annual Pond Skimming Competition: at Red Pine Lodge
Additional information to be posted at a later date.
Sun., Apr. 9 3:00 -5:00 Après Music: at Canyons Village and Park City Base Area
Finish the up your day on the slopes with Après style, join us for different local musical acts daily.

Park City Powder Alert – 16″ of New Snow

Park City Powder Alert

The snow is piling up again in Park City.    Winter returned last night to Park City in a really BIG way with 16″ of new snow, and it’s still snowing!  The storms are lining up and ready to blanket our slopes with more of the “Greatest Snow on Earth”  right into March.

Park City Powder Alert

What a way to close out February, but the best is yet to come.   March and April bring some of the best snow of the season, so take advantage of what locals call, the best time to ski Park City.  With more snow predicted throughout the week and the lowest Park City lodging rates of the season, isn’t it time to visit Park City.

Park City Spring Break Savings – 20% Off Remaining Inventory

20% off our advertised prices for all available dates departing by Easter, April 16, 2017. A 3 night minimum stay is required.  After one of the snowiest January’s in resort history, followed by plenty of new snow predicted for the remainder of February, Park City is gearing up for spring! Did you know, March and April are the locals favorite month to ski?  It’s warm, the sun shines on most days, and, in many cases, it’s the month that brings the most snow. Still need convincing?  Read our recent blog post TOP 10 REASONS TO SKI PARK CITY IN THE SPRING

Search Park City Canyons Village Lodging

Park City Canyons Lodging, an All Mountain Lodging Company, began over 30 years ago with a simple goal: to provide families visiting Park City with an enjoyable and memorable vacation experience.  Save time by using our convenient and very secure online booking system.  Choose from one, two, three, four or five bedroom, fully-equipped Park City vacation rentals and book with confidence.

Please contact us and let us know how we can help you with your Park City ski vacation. Book online or give us a call to plan the perfect vacation.  800-421-5056

Top 10 Reasons to Ski Park City in March

Park City Canyons VillageAfter one of the snowiest January’s in resort history, Park City is gearing up for spring! Did you know, March and April are the locals favorite month to ski?  It’s warm, the sun shines on most days, and, in many cases, it’s the month that brings the most snow. It’s also the time when many people have a lengthy chunk of available vacation—which is why March’s spring break season is the second most popular time for skiing, ranking just behind the crush that is the week between Christmas and New Year’s.  There are many reasons to book a spring skiing vacation, but here’s a list of Top 10 Reasons to book a ski vacation this spring to Park City.

  1.  Discounts and Deals on Park City Lodging
    As we welcome warmer spring days, we also welcome discounts and deals.  Visiting Park City after the Christmas and President’s Week holidays allows you to avoid peak pricing.  Enjoy various lodging deals, equipment rental, and activity discounts, including some free activities when you vacation with Park City Canyons Lodging during the spring.
  2. Plenty of Activities for the Non-Skier
    Alpine Coaster at PCMRDownhill not your thing? No problem. White Pine Touring has groomed 3k, 5k and 10k cross-country loops with spectacular mountain views that are appropriate for all skill levels, plus lessons and guided tours. Gorgoza Park has seven lighted lanes for inner tubing open to ages three and up. They’ve also got pint-sized snowmobiles and also a tubing carousel for kids ages 1-6. Yes, we have roller coasters in Park City.  The Alpine Coaster at Park City Mountain Resort takes riders on a windy, elevated track through aspen trees, while a two-person zipline open to anyone 42” and taller, provides a unique aerial view.  And a little closer to your home-away-from-home, Canyons Village offers private snowshoe tours off the beaten mountain paths, where you can stop to make snow angels before reaching a mountain summit for hot chocolate. Horse-drawn sleighs and dog sleds are also available to offers families different—but equally stunning–vantage points.
  3. Foster Olympic Dreams
    Built for the 2002 Winter Olympics, Utah Olympic Park includes a museum as well as opportunities to tackle obstacles courses, zipine from a 65-foot-high drop tower, and even ride down the Olympic bobsled track (16 and up).
  4. Bon Appetite
    Outdoor Dining in Park CityOutdoor deck dining is not just for the summer months. Midday lunch outside during spring is a great way to break up your day on the mountain.  Try Deer Valley Resort or Park City Mountain Resort’s on-mountain dining options, or head down Quit’N Time underneath Town Lift to grab lunch on Historic Main Street.  Jupiter Bowl is an upscale bowling alley, arcade and restaurant with burgers, pizza and pub fare that’s sure to provide all ages sustenance and entertainment.
  5. Ski Like a Pro
    Skiing is always fun, but skiing in soft snow that’s conducive to all skiing abilities/desires is the BEST.  Enjoy skiing bumps? Perfect, they’re soft in the spring and you’ll feel like a pro. Prefer groomers? Even better – firm in the morning and softer by the afternoon, springtime groomers will make you feel pro.
  6. No Hand Warmers Required
    Spring Break at Canyons
    Worry not about remembering to put hand warmers in your pocket before leaving for the resorts – you won’t need them! Spring’s mild temps help keep your hard-to-manage extremities warm, even for the little ones. Your family will thank you for coming in the spring.  Not only does this make getting dressed to hit the slopes a breeze, but it will also lighten your suitcase.  Warmer temperatures = fewer layers.  Try a moisture-wicking base layer underneath a shell with ventilation zips for maximum breathability.
  7. Apre Ski Outside
    It’s always fun to grab a beverage after a great day on the mountain, so why not enjoy the fresh sunshine while you do.  Grab your friends and hit the deck – there are local craft beers to imbibe as you absorb the sun’s warmth and chat about your great day on the slopes.
  8. Outdoor Concerts
    Pond Skimming Park CityWe can’t think of a better way to end a ski day than by grooving to live music outside. Spring concerts in Park City are plentiful with concerts just every weekend throughout the spring. Thanks to Mountain Town Music, spring concerts in Park City will never cease to amaze you – so take off your boots, and put on your dancing shoes!
  9. Spring Events & Activities
    March and early April are some of the best times to be skiing in Park City. The sun is often shining and the snow is still deep. And, we like to end the winter season with a splash-literally. Skiers and boarders will compete to skim across an icy pond of water in the annual Pond Skimming event to be held on April 1st at Canyons during Spring Grüv.  Join us for Easter in Park City and enjoy everything Park City has to offer.  Check out the Spring Concert Calendar at Park City Resort for starters.
  10. Spring Grüv
    Spring Gruv
    Park City Resort presents the 10th annual Spring Grüv – March 25, 2017 – April 9, 2017.  For 16 days Park City Resort at Canyons Village will be having huge, free concerts in the two villages, as well as the 21st Annual Pond Skimming Contest! It’s one of those traditions that has been wild from the start. The Pond Skimming Contest (Sat. April 1, 2017) is Park City’s most popular party and is the true indicator that spring has arrived.

Join us this spring in Park City….the best is yet to come!

Search Park City Canyons Village Lodging

Park City Canyons Lodging, an All Mountain Lodging Company, began over 30 years ago with a simple goal: to provide families visiting Park City with an enjoyable and memorable vacation experience.  Save time by using our convenient and very secure online booking system.  Choose from one, two, three, four or five bedroom, fully-equipped Park City vacation rentals and book with confidence.

New Years Park City Powder Alert

It’s been a Happy New Year indeed in #ParkCity with two feet of new snow so far for 2017, and more on the way.  Just how much snow did we receive overnight?  Deer Valley Resort is reporting up to 19″ and Park City Canyons 17″ over night, nearly two feet total.  Did we mention that Park City had so much snow that the Park City School District also closed schools today and that’s the first time in nearly 15 years!

Park City Snow ReportAnd that’s just today snow report.  The storms are lining up snow predicted throughout the weekend, with predictions for another two to three feet possible.

Was your New Year’s Resolution to ski more in 2017?  Take advantage of our January winter white sale and save 20% on all remaining lodging departing by January 19, 2017.  Make plans to spend the Martin Luther King Holiday in Park City and save 20% on all remaining lodging.  We offer reservation services for vacation rental lodging, condominiums and homes of every size and in price ranges that will meet every budget. Check out our list of free Park City winter activities and start planning your next ski vacation.

Park City Weather

 

Check out the FULL SKI AND SNOW REPORT for Park City Resort

Plan the Perfect MLK Weekend in Park City

Plan the Perfect Martin Luther King Weekend in Park City

Ski Park City#MLK is just around the corner and it is time to make vacation plans! There’s no better way to spend your weekend than on the slopes in Park City. With over 9,000 acres at our TWO world-class ski resorts and the irresistible charm of Historic Park City, it’s the ideal ski vacation.  Take advantage of MLK holiday deals to make the trip a little sweeter, including 20% off remaining lodging, restaurants and winter activity providers.  We’re spreading the word that visitors won’t face sold-out lodges and restaurants because the Sundance Film Festival will be held January 19-27, 2017.  This year, Park City’s awesome snow, one-of-a-kind activities, amazing restaurants and variety vacation rentals are now open for guests during one of the ski season’s best getaway weekends! See you on the slopes!

Save 20% on all remaining Park City lodging during Martin Luther King Weekend.

We want you to completely enjoy every detail of your vacation here in Park City, Utah.  We offer reservation services for vacation rental lodging, condominiums and homes of every size and in price ranges that will meet every budget. Check out our list of free Park City winter activities and start planning your next ski vacation.  Please contact us and let us know how we can help you with your vacation here in Park City.  Most properties are walking distance from the Cabriolet lift to the Canyons Village of Park City Ski Resort and only minutes from Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley Resort.

So, Enjoy…Relax…Build Lasting Memories!

 

 

 

Park City Winter Activities

Park City Winter Activities

Park City Ice Skating at Resort Center

Park City Canyons Lodging is making Park City winter activities more affordable than even by offering select free options for your next visit to Park City. Just book your stay with us and take advantage of offers that include ski and snowboard rentals to outdoor ice skating  Take a look at the details and current list of FREE Park City winter activities.  (See Details)

Park City is of course famous for our skiing and riding, but that’s not the total picture.  Park City winter activities range from winter fly-fishing and hot-air ballooning to snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.  And that’s just the beginning.  And if you’re looking for kid-friendly activities, consider the Gorgoza tubing park or an afternoon of ice skating.  Here’s a list of some of our favorite Park City winter activities:


Park City Winter Activities

Tubing at Gorgoza Park

Tubing at Gorgoza Park

Gorgoza Park offers lighted, lift-served tubing on seven lanes – three beginner and four advanced. Gorgoza Park also offers mini-snowmobile rides for the kids and the Fort Frosty area for the little ones, including a tubing carousel. Extended Holiday Hours 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM: December 17, 2016 – January 2, 2017; January 14 – 16, 2017; and February 18 – 20, 2017.

 

 


 

Snowmobilng in Park CitySnowmobiling for maximum enjoyment

Faster than two skis, more thrills than a half-pipe, Park City offers the maximum in snowmobiling excitement.  Daytrips offers 2 hour rentals with two hours free or all day self guided rentals. You will have the freedom to choose your own pace and map out your own adventure!

 

 


 

Cross Country SkiingCross Country Skiing

White Pine Touring operates a 20+ km cross-country ski center in the heart of Park City. Enjoy the spectacular mountain views along one of three groomed loops. With 3k, 5k and 10k+ loops, they are perfect for the beginner, intermediate and advanced classic or skate skier. Heated underground parking, passes, equipment and lessons are all offered on site.

 


 

Dog SleddingDog Sledding and Beyond

Experienced teams of sled dogs take you on thrilling ride and show you what it’s like to run through beautiful trails, pastures and breath-taking mountain top views. Meet our Iditarod and rescue dogs and see them in their element working together as a team. Tours can be scheduled from one hour to a half day in length for mushers of all ages.

 


 

Snowshoeing in Park CitySnowshoeing is a Family Sport

Snowshoe tours are an excellent activity for anyone!  Whether you are looking for a scenic aerobic experience or just a peaceful walk in the woods you will love snowshoeing.  Snowshoe tours can be catered to fit your exact needs and desires; or you can choose from a list of our favorites!  Most tours include rentals, transportation from lodging, and lunch options.  Individuals 6 years old and older with any level of snowshoeing experience are welcome on most snowshoe tours.


Alpine Coaster at PCMRAlpine Coaster and More at PCMR

From the Zipline to a sleighride and more.  Climb into the toboggan-style cars of the Alpine Coaster and get ready for the ride of your life. You’ll enjoy the beautiful Wasatch mountain scenery as the automated lift system whisks you to the top of the track. Then, hold on tight as you go whizzing down the mountain on nearly 4,000 feet of curves, bends and loops. It’s a ride you won’t soon forget.


We look forward to helping your plan the perfect Park City ski vacation, and be sure to save some time for winter activities off the mountain.

Celebrate Christmas in Park City and Save

Christmas in Park CityCelebrate Christmas in Park City.  Be a hero this Holiday season and book a last minute ski vacation to Park City and enjoy everything Park City has to offer. Join us on Historic Main Street and sing Christmas carols with the Elves or catch Santa’s arrival down the Park City Resort Town Lift.  Park City Canyons Lodging is making it more affordable to ever to experience Park City and save 20% on all remaining inventory through December 31, 2016.  Choose from cozy one bedrooms up to spacious 5 bedroom townhomes, all located conveniently close to Park City’s Canyons Village and on the free shuttle route.

 

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What’s happening Christmas in Park City?  Here’s a list of holidays and events not to miss.

Christmas in Park CitySaturday, December 17
Santa Arrives via the Town Lift

Sat., Dec. 17 is the annual “Santa Comes Down the Town Lift” event on the Town Lift Plaza, and we couldn’t be more excited to share the holiday cheer with you! Beginning at 5:30 pm, we’ll have plenty of merriment to go around as we await his arrival. Once he’s here, you and your kids can get your picture taken with Santa by EpicMix Photo.

 

DecemberFest at Park City Mountain ResortDecember 17 to January 1, 2017
DecemberFest at Park City Mountain Resort

Celebrate the holidays by heading to Park City for DecemberFest, a 16-day festival including après musical acts, village entertainers, and more from Sat., Dec. 17, 2016 – Sun., Jan. 1, 2016.  VIEW SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

 

 

 

Torchlight Parade - Christmas in Park City

Saturday, December 24
Park City’s Annual Christmas Eve Torchlight Parade

Join us for a tradition as old as the resort itself. That means it will turn 54 this year! This is also one of our most special and longest-running traditions, creating a special seasonal atmosphere here on Christmas Eve.  Before the actual parade, the fun starts at 5:30 pm in Park City Base Area with holiday music and holiday cheer, all free for your entire family.

 

Deer Valley New Years Torchlight ParadeFriday, December 30 
Deer Valley Resort Torchlight Parade

This magical holiday tradition at Deer Valley Resort is not to be missed!  The Torchlight Parade will begin around 6pm and will be held on Big Stick ski run on Bald Eagle Mountain, behind Snow Park Lodge. Complimentary hot cider and cookies will be served on the Snow Park Plaza.

 

New Years at CanyonsSaturday, December 31st – Happy New Year!
Park City Canyons Village 

Park City’s New Year’s Eve Celebration is held at Canyons Village with fireworks going off at around 7:30pm.  It is a great way for you and all of your friends and family to kick-off your New Year’s Eve celebrations. In addition to the fireworks show, enjoy fire pits, hot cocoa, and live music by the Metro Music Club.

 

There’s plenty more happening in Park City, just take take a look at the Chamber of Commerce Events Calendar.  Choose from holiday sing alongs to an evening with Kurt Bestor, it’s all happening in Park City this winter.  VIEW THE COMPLETE PARK CITY CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Let us know if we can assist you with booking your next Park City ski vacation.  Give us a call at 800-421-5056.