Park City


Park City is the largest ski resort in America. Having been featured prominently in the 2002 Winter Olympics, the former silver mining town boomed to become one of the premier destinations for skiing in the United States.


While not as glamorous as nearby Deer Valley, Park City attracts bigger crowds in part because it allows snowboarders but also because it's the permanent home of the US Ski Team, and people want to test themselves on the same slopes as former and future Olympians.