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Park City Mountain has announced that it will open for summer operations at the Park City Mountain Village on May 27, with Canyons Golf set to open at Canyons Village on May 21.
The Park City Adventure Park will be located at the Park City Mountain Village and offer activities including the alpine slide, mountain coaster, mini-golf, gem panning and more. On-mountain summer activities include scenic lift rides, bike haul, mountain biking, and hiking. Activities will be open seven days a week from May 27-September 5 and Thursday through Sunday from September 6-October 2.
“Summer is a beautiful time in Park City and we look forward to welcoming guests back to the mountain in late May,” said Park City Mountain Chief Operating Officer, Mike Goar. “We are excited to offer a wide array of activities and outdoor recreation for guests of all ages.”
Certain activities and trails for hiking and biking at Park City Mountain may open at later dates depending on snow and trail conditions or are subject to change. For more details and information on summer, be sure to follow @pcski on social media and look for more information to be available on parkcitymountain.com closer to the start of summer operations.
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