Park City Mountain Resort, UT Opens Terrain That Has Been Closed for 3 Years

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PC: Park City Mountain Resort’s Instagram

Park City Mountain Resort, UT, just released the exciting announcement that Scott’s Bowl, West Bowl, and a few double black diamond runs are now open to skiers and snowboarders after being closed for three years. 

Park City Mountain Resort closed the bowl indefinitely in 2018 after being unable to come to an agreement on new lease terms with Silver King Mining Company. On February 15, 2022, resort officials were then finally able to re-open the 60-acre terrain area. Park City Mountain Resort plans to do everything in its power to keep Scott’s Bowl and the rest of the area open to the public.

“Park City Mountain and the landowner are committed to maintaining a strong relationship to ensure access to the Scott’s Bowl area for the public,” resort officials said. 

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You can see the newly reopened terrain just off to the right of the Jupiter lift.
PC: Park City Mountain Resort

The newly reopened bowls are designated as expert-only terrain and can be accessed off of the Jupiter lift. If you enjoy a quick hike, You can also access the lift by taking the Quicksilver Gondola. Scott’s Bowl is a beautiful, high-altitude area perfect for skiers and snowboarders who enjoy long and difficult runs. 

The terrain is now open for the rest of the 2021-22 ski season, and Park City Mountain Resort has been promoting the newly open terrain on its Instagram account.  Visitors have been commenting and sharing their excitement on the post:


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One thought on “Park City Mountain Resort, UT Opens Terrain That Has Been Closed for 3 Years

  1. Was hoping for a miracle and this secret announcement would be that they are actually going to build a decent park again off of payday. PC will be dead until they start building decent parks again.

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