Park City Mountain extends winter season after record-breaking snowfall
PARK CITY, Utah — Park City Mountain announced today that it will extend the 2022/23 season by two weeks, making this the longest season on the mountain since 1993.
Weather permitting, skiers and snowboarders now will have until April 23 to hit the slopes at Park City Mountain thanks to the more than 450 inches of snowfall the area has received so far this winter.
According to a press release, Park City Mountain will offer the following:
- A majority of chairlifts and trails, operating out of both base areas, through Sunday, April 16, 2023
- Continuing slope access out of the Mountain Village base area only through Sunday, April 23, 2023
- After April 2, 2023, parking will be free in the Main, Silver King and First Time lots in the Mountain Village base area, as well as the Cabriolet lot in the Canyons Village base area. Parking reservations will not be required at the Mountain Village base area after April 2, 2023.
“My first season back working with the team at Park City Mountain has truly been an experience of a lifetime,” said Deirdra Walsh, vice president and chief operating officer of Park City Mountain. “From our early opening in November and spinning all lifts by Christmas Day, through more than 400” of snowfall by March 1 — I have been mindful to appreciate every day. Thanks to record-breaking conditions and the hard work and dedication of all our teams and team members, we’re thrilled to be able to offer two additional weeks of skiing and riding beyond what we had previously announced.”
Epic Passes for the 2023/24 season will go on sale tomorrow, March 7, 2023, at EpicPass.com.