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Deer Valley's name is synonymous with epic powder, perfectly groomed trails, and the best in on-slope luxury. Little wonder, then, that readers of SKI magazine rated it top North American ski resort for 2005.  
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Host to the 2002 Winter Olympics, Park City was incorporated in 1868 after silver was discovered in the Wasatch mountains surrounding the town. Today, Park City still retains its characteristic frontier flavor.  
Credit: Latham Jenkins/courtesy, Park City Chamber & Visitors Bureau 
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Not just a winter destination, Park City is open for action year-round, with miles of biking trails, hiking, ziplines, crazy golf (and the real deal), fishing, and activities to keep you returning year after year.  
Credit: Tyler Gourley/courtesy, Park City Chamber & Visitors Bureau 
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Park City Mountain Resort's stats speak volumes: 3,300 acres, 100 runs, 3,100 feet of vertical... it's safe to say that this resort will require more than one day of your slope attention.  
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Park City's Utah Olympic Park mixes up serious athletic training—for present and future gold-medal hopefuls alike—with attractions open to the public, including bobsled rides (hit four G's and drop the equivalent of a 40-story building in less than a minute!), bungee rides, ziplines, a museum, and tours of the Olympic training facility.  
Credit: Lori Adamski-Peek/courtesy, Park City Chamber & Visitors Bureau 
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Deer Valley, host to the 2002 moguls and freestyle events, continues today as the site of the Freestyle FIS World Cup aerial and mogul events. Big air, knee-pounding mogul sprints, and pure entertainment are the name of the game.  
Credit: courtesy, Deer Valley Resort 
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Just 36 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport, Park City boasts three world-class ski resorts, the internationally acclaimed Sundance Film Festival, great dining and entertainment...What's not to love?  
Credit: Hughes Martin/courtesy, Park City Chamber & Visitors Bureau 
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Not only Park City's biggest ski resort, the 3,500-acre Canyons is one of the five largest in the U.S. Expect signature, dry Utah powder dumped over a massive eight peaks dotted with aspen and pine forest. Amenities here include 16 ultra-modern lifts and five terrain parks for the grom in all of us.  
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