Park City Ski Resort
Park City Ski Trail Map
Skiing Park City Mountain Zones
Park City’s Ski Area is divided into seven unique Mountainzones™.
The PayDay/Town Mountainzone allows skiing right back to Park City’s historic Main Street and includes the King’s Crown Terrain Park, the lighted PayDay run for night skiing/riding and the NASTAR course.
Accessed via the PayDay Hi-Speed Six-Pack and Town lifts.
The Crescent Mountainzone provides access to over 2,000 acres of skiable terrain, including main beginner area and some of the premier Signature Runs®, the Eagle Superpipe and 3 Kings Terrain Park.
Accessed via Crescent, 3 Kings and First Time lifts.
Most of the intermediate skiing can be found in The King Con Mountainzone, with groomed pistes, ungroomed areas, the new Neff Land terrain park and Merrill Mini 13’ halfpipe.
Access via the King Con, Eagle, Eaglet and Silver Star lifts.
The Silverlode/Bonanza Mountainzone is perfect for all ability levels and provides access to a majority of the mountain from the Summit.
Homerun, the longest trail, suitable for skiers of all levels, starting at the Summit and going back to the Resort. Great for kids are the Adventure Alleys. For intermediates; Assessment and Powder Keg. While for advanced skiers there is the Signature Run Prospector.
Accessed via the Silverlode and Bonanza Hi-Speed lifts.
The Thaynes/Motherlode Mountainzone has some of the most advanced terrain on the mountain. The Motherlode Meadows area provides pristine snow for advanced levels. Try the wooded area off Jupiter Access for fantastic tree skiing
Accessed via the Thaynes and Motherlode lifts.
The McConkey’s/Pioneer Mountainzone is great for confident intermediate skiers. With hike to terrain, off-trail and tree skiing, such; as Georgeanna run and Adventure Alley Powder Monkey.
Accessed via McConkey’s and Pioneer lifts.
The Jupiter Mountainzone is backcountry and hike to terrain, with wide meadows, challenging steeps and big powder stashes. The place to be after a big snowfall!
Accessed via the Jupiter lift and is for expert-only skiers.