Park City Mountain extends season to April 22

PARK CITY, UTAH — Park City Mountain has announced the extension of its 60th anniversary season. The resort will now remain open until April 22, providing an additional eight days of skiing and snowboarding. The extension comes after record-breaking snowfall in February.

Park City will be celebrating with a “60th Sendoff” weekend, packed with live music. With favorable weather and snow conditions, the resort plans to operate the following lifts: First Time Express, 3 Kings, Crescent Express, Silverlode Express, the Cabriolet, Orange Bubble Express and Rip Cord until April 21. An additional bonus day on April 22 will have the following lifts continuing to run: First Time Express, 3 Kings, Crescent Express and Silverlode Express.

Deirdra Walsh, vice president and COO of Park City Mountain, said, “Thanks to above-average snow conditions and the hard work and dedication of all our teams and team members, we are thrilled to keep the party going. We will be sending off the 60th with an additional week on the mountain plus a bonus day of skiing and riding for our Park City locals, Epic Pass holders and visitors to our historic mountain town.” 

As spring skiing season gets underway, guests can also look forward to the Spring Concert Series at Canyons Village every Saturday through April 13, as well as the annual pond skim on April 6, featuring a DJ and beer garden.


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