Discover the rich history behind nearly 50 years of great skiing.
As early as the 19th century, "Parkites" strapped 10-foot-long pieces of wood to their feet to navigate Park City's snow winters. Almost a century later, Park City's first ski area opened — first known as Treasure Mountains Resort, then Park City Ski Area and finally Park City Mountain Resort. This season, Park City Mountain Resort celebrates its 50th anniversary — ever mindful of the heritage that began when Park City's miners first strapped those wooden skis to their feet.
Scenes from "Silver and Snow, The Park City Story (c) 2002, The Park City Museum
This three day camp will allow you to learn new skills and use a private progression park. With a maximum of five campers per coach, whether you are hitting your first jump, airing out of the Eagle superpipe, mastering a 540, or just riding the mountain we will find a group that's right for you. Plus we'll help you capture footage of you and your friends skiing/snowboarding with a GoPro and help you create a video in our editing lab that you can share with your friends.