What’s New For Winter 2020-21

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Park City, Utah is constantly expanding and adding even more great facilities and experiences for visitors. Take a look at some of the new additions coming for the 2020-21 season and get ready to grab your skis.

New Places To Stay

New properties are opening across many areas of town starting this winter 2020-21.

Adjacent to the Outlets Park City, AC by Marriott Park City will combine a sophisticated design with a small-town lodge feel in their 100-room hotel.

For those looking for new options that are walking distance to the lifts in Canyons Village, YOTELPAD Park City is set to offer affordable, liveable condominium residences with technology and design innovations.

And the venerable European lodge, Goldener Hirsch Inn, has unveiled a modern residential expansion known as The Goldener Hirsch Residences, located mid-mountain in Deer Valley Resort’s Silver Lake Village.

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New Facilities

Beginning its second year, Woodward Park City is a state-of-the-art complex combining an indoor action sports hub with more than 24 hectares of outdoor mountain parks and terrain zones to encourage growth and skill progression across a variety of action sports disciplines. Woodward Park City also offers Utah’s longest tubing runs in the winter.

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All-New Salt Lake City International Airport

In September 2020, Salt Lake City International Airport became the United States’ newest air terminal.

The just completed first phase of this USD $4 billion project includes a new terminal, a new parking garage, and portions of the two new concourses to accommodate larger planes. From there, Park City sits a mere 35 minutes away, nestled high in the Wasatch mountain range sitting at about 2,100m in elevation.

How To Get To Park City

North America’s Most Ambitious Sustainability Goals

The City Council has set out some of the most ambitious climate goals in North America, including to be net-zero carbon and run on 100% renewable electricity for city operations by 2022, and for the whole community by 2030.

More Info On Eco-Friendly Travel

Visiting Safely

Summit County and Park City ask that all residents and visitors follow social distancing protocols, including a health order mandating the use of face coverings/masks in a variety of public locations. Face coverings are mandatory through 8 January, 2021.

Park City restaurants, bars, hotels, and recreational areas are following safe business practices to protect the health and welfare of our guests and staff.

How To Visit Safely and Mask Requirements