Please see the new Uphill Policy Page regarding Park City Mountain Resort.
Park City Mountain Resort/Canyons:
Allows uphill travel for non-motorized use on Homerun from the bottom of First Time Lift up to the Angle Station during the following hours: 6:00 pm – 8:30 am beginning on December 15th of each year. Trails Hotline (435) 615-1911
From their policy page:
Winter Uphill Travel & Backcountry Access
Park City Mountain Resort allows uphill travel for non-motorized use on Homerun from the bottom of First Time Lift up to the Angle Station during the following hours: 6:00 pm – 8:30 am beginning on December 15th of each year.
Non-paid/Uphill users of Park City Mountain Resort assume all risks associated with access. The ski area is not maintained for uphill access and trails are not patrolled outside normal ski area operating hours, therefore emergency services may not be available. Ski area operations are 24 hours and users may encounter vehicles, slope and trail maintenance activities, snowmaking and other hazards not typically present during operating hours. Users are subject to the Utah Skier Safety Act.
Skiers must not impede or obstruct ski area operations at any time and must abide by the following rules:
• The designated route is: Homerun staying climbers left from the bottom of First Time Lift and stopping at the Angle Station.
• Uphill travel will not be allowed beyond the Angle Station.
• Call the Trails Hotline (435) 615-1911
• Stay towards the side of the trail.
• Position yourself so that you are visible from above.
• Wear brightly colored clothing.
• Obey all pertinent signage.
• Avoid all areas where machinery is operating.
• Wear reflective materials.
• Wear a headlamp
• Be aware that ski area emergency services are not available
Additionally, the use of the following is prohibited at all times during winter:
• Mountain bikes
• Any motorized mode of travel
• Dog Walking
Early Season Guidelines:
Uphill access will not be allowed on trails during mountain preparation/early season snowmaking. The work taking place makes it unsafe for public use. Park City Mountain Resort will open these trails when operations are complete, which could extend beyond the resort opening or until the resort has adequate terrain to safely permit these activities.
Note: ***Non-lift access to ski area facilities; such as uphill snowshoeing, hiking or “skinning”, may present high danger of personal injury to participants or others and therefore may be limited or forbidden based on conditions, on-mountain activity and/or mountain policy.