Today Vail Resorts revealed its new branding, logo and trail map. The soon to be nations largest ski resort will market the combined Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons as “Park City”. They also unveiled the new trail map spanning 6.5 miles from one end to the other.
Vail Resorts is putting $50 million of improvements into the mountain–from lifts and trails to lodges and restaurants.
A new gondola, called “Quicksilver,” will connect the base of the existing Silverlode Lift at Park City to the Flat Iron Lift at Canyons. Quicksilver will be a high-speed, two-way gondola system capable of carrying eight people in each gondola.
A new restaurant called “Miners Camp” will open at the base of the Silverlode Lift and will accommodate 500 diners.
The Canyons Resort area will be called: Park City – Canyons Village.
Fun Facts: 38 lifts with 3,500+ chairs; 22.39 miles of lifts; 35 minutes from the airport; 17 peaks; 300+ trails; over 7,300 acres of terrain which is equivalent to 5,530 football fields; 480 snowmaking guns; 16 on-mountain dining locations; a 22′ half pipe and over 150 park features.