|40° 41′ 9.8329″ N, 111° 33′ 23.3449″ W|
|Vertical||3, 190 foot (970 m)|
|Top elevation||9, 990 foot (3, 040 m)|
|Base elevation||6, 800 foot (2, 100 m)|
|Skiable area||4Thousand acres (1, 600 ')|
- 10% beginner
- 44% intermediate
- 46% advanced
|21 (19 skiable)|
|355 inches (900 centimetres)|
Canyons Resort was 1 of 3 all downhill ski resorts situated in Park City, Utah. Just before 2015, there have been 19 chairlifts, 4Thousand acres (1, 600 ') of skiable terrain and typically 355 inches (9Thousand mm) of snow each winter, making Canyons the biggest ski and snowboard resort in Utah. The bottom area is situated 32 miles (51 km) in the Salt Lake City Airport Terminal, utilized via Interstate 80, and it is four miles (7 km) from Primary Street in Park City, along Condition Route 224.
Within the summer time of 2010, Canyons was considerably upgraded by Talisker Corporation to be able to contend with another nearby resorts. In 2013, Talisker and Vail Resorts signed a 50-year lease for Vail to operate the accommodation procedures. Twelve months later Vail Resorts bought neighboring Park City Mountain Resort and by 2015, the 2 resorts are incorporated with an interconnect gondola and re-top quality as Park City. The previous Canyons base area has become known as Canyons Village at Park City.Ski Beach with Orange Bubble without anyone's knowledge
The ski area opened up as Park City West in 1968, a sister lean towards the nearby Park City Mountain Resort which opened up 5 years earlier. It had been re-named ParkWest in 1975 after a general change in possession, and also the title was transformed again in 1995 to Wolf Mountain (to not be mistaken with the little ski area presently referred to as Wolf Mountain near Ogden, Utah) for 2 seasons, then grew to become The Canyons in 1997, following the acquisition by American Skiing Company. In 2007, American Skiing Company offered all its assets and dissolved being an active corporation. The Canyons purchase to Talisker Corporation was completed in 2008.
This Year, Talisker finished significant upgrades towards the resort and formally transformed the title to Canyons Resort. The upgrades incorporated moving the bottom terminal of Red-colored Pine Gondola to a different gathering area known as Ski Beach, setting up two high-speed quads (including Orange Bubble Express, the very first chairlift in The United States with heated seats), opening Iron Mountain and 300 acres of recent terrain, and lots of new dining and retail shops.
On May 29, 2013, it had been introduced that Vail Resorts would operate Canyons within 50-year lease, with six 50-year renewal options.
Canyons under Vail Resorts
Vail Resort introduced an agenda to mix Canyons Resort with Park City Mountain Resort with an interconnect gondola between Iron Mountain at Canyons and also the Silverload lift at PCMR in 2015. The combined areas are operating as Park City Mountain Resort, however the former Canyons base area continues to be re-named Canyons Village at Park City. Additionally, Vail has enhanced snowmaking and also the mid-mountain chalet, Red-colored Pine Lodge.
Canyons Resort covered nine mountain peaks with maximum elevation of 9, 990 foot (3, 040 m) on Peak 9990. The great deal of terrain had 182 trails, five bowls, six natural halfpipes, and three terrain parks. Side mountain and back country skiing around the surrounding National Forest land could be utilized through gates available on a few of the peaks. Since 2010 Canyons has located a yearly race included in the Sprint Grand Prix of Skicross and Snowboardcross.
Within the summer time, Canyons Resort comes with an extensive trail system open for biking or hiking. The accommodation also works two zip lines along with a miniature course.
Associated with pension transfer four-season resorts, Canyons Resort has several trendy dining, shopping, and lodging options. The village also hosts many concerts all year round at its outside amphitheater.