Deer Valley Resort

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2250 Deer Valley Drive S
Park City, UT 84060
(800) 424-3337

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  • Deer Valley still prohibits snowboarding. With a lift capacity of 46,500 skiers per hour and 2000 skiable acres, Deer Valley operates with a capacity 50% greater than its neighbors.
  • On a sunny, warm day nothing beats taking a break from the slopes and laying out on lounge chairs at the "beach" outside of Deer Valley's mid-mountain restaurant. - Jill
  • Turkey Chili FTW!
  • Store your skis overnight for free at the ski corrals located at Snow Park Lodge, Silver Lake Lodge and the Jordanelle Express Gondola!
  • Looks like a nice snowy day at Deer Valley! Groomer's choice today includes Dew Drop, Birdseye, Lost Boulder and Magnet.
  • Ride up to the St Regis on the furnacular
  • Skiers only ! Many of the trails are groomed overnight.
  • If you're here in the summer, try mountain biking at deer valley! Tons of awesome views and trails. By the end of the day you might feel like you've been through a washing machine however.
  • The French toast at snow park is the world's greatest French toast ever made...ever...period.
  • Skip the lines and take the gondola up. Much easier to park on the jordanelle side and ride up!
  • The nicest most helpful staff - its also a good place to chill after the craziness of Main Street. Be sure to take the shuttle.
  • Deer Valley is amazing. No snowboarders ;). Ski School is also pretty good here too.
  • The best lift accessed mountain biking in Park City!
  • Turkey and brie panini at empire! !
  • The turkey chili and oatmeal raisin cookie were fantastic.
  • Over a foot of fresh snow in the past 24 hours! Don't miss it! Groomer's choice today includes Success, Birdseye, Blue Bell and Supreme.
  • Three of the resort's runs were used during the Olympic games including Champion (site of freestyle moguls), Know You Don't (site of alpine slalom), and White Owl (site of freestyle aerials).
  • Ski, ski, ski. No snowboards allowed.
  • Awesome turkey chili.
  • They pick you up when you fall in the off the chairlift! I know from experience.