Beginners, kids and families have always come to Park City for the comfortable learning environment. And this year, they’ll ski and ride into Park City Mountain’s new High Meadow Park, a dedicated learning area with gentle terrain and new snowmaking for an even better snow surface. Plus, we’ve made it even easier to put those skills into action with a new detachable, high-speed four-passenger lift. Come Up and Play!
- Park City Mountain is a great place to learn how to ski or snowboard and the new High Meadow Park is the perfect spot for kids and families to start their learning experience.
- Scheduled to open in time for the 2018-19 season, Park City Mountain’s new High Meadow Park is a dedicated learning area that has been designed exclusively for beginner skiers.
- The terrain has been re-graded to provide the perfect slope for beginner skiers and snowboarders.
- The existing High Meadow four-passenger lift has been replaced with a high-speed, four-passenger lift (3-minute ride vs. 10-12 minutes).
- Additional snowmaking has been added throughout the area to ensure superior quality snow conditions all season long.
- High Meadow Park features three new adventure trails that guests can explore as they progress in skill.
- High Meadow Park is conveniently located mid-way up the mountain near the top of the Red Pine Gondola and offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains. Parents can ride the Red Pine Gondola up the mountain and watch their kids learn to ski from Red Pine Lodge at bottom of High Meadow Park. (You’re not stuck at the base area!) Park City Mountain provides a ticket option for foot traffic (non-skiers) to ride the Red Pine Gondola.
- High Meadow Park offers a variety of beginner terrain suited for different levels of skier or snowboarder. Guests can test their skills and explore High Meadow Park’s three new adventure trails as they progress in ability. (You won’t be bored, there’s a lot to explore!)
- The trails in High Meadow Park have been named after local Park City wildlife including bears, moose, wild cats, salmon, porcupines and badgers. Locally-made wood carvings of these animals are hidden throughout High Meadow Park for guests to discover as they explore the terrain.