For all the things that have changed in the Park City ski scene, some stay the same – like the popular and competitive Town Race Series.
The urge to go beyond the ropes and track up virgin powder often plagues the skier or snowboarder. So one of the best ways to satisfy an off-piste jones is snowcat powder skiing.
Just when we thought things would finally quiet down in Park City, Utah, Deer Valley reasserts its plan to run a gondola right into town. Never a dull moment.
An eight-passenger gondola will be the centerpiece of Vail Resorts’ strategy for connecting Canyons Resort with Park City Mountain Resort. The Colorado-based resort group revealed its plans for bringing the two neighboring mountains together – and solidifies Vail’s intention to create the largest ski and snowboarding area in the United States since acquiring Park City Mountain this offseason.
Vail Resorts, Inc. has appointed Bill Rock, the current chief operating officer of Northstar California Resort, as the new chief operating officer of Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons Resort, effective November 1, 2014.
Vail Resorts announced today (Sept. 11) it has purchased Park City Mountain Resort for a reported $182.5 million in cash. With announcement of the sale, the extended legal battle between Powdr Corp. and Vail/Talisker is over.
Bond has been set at $17.5 million for Park City Mountain Resort to operate on 2,852 acres of leased land for the 2014-15 ski and snowboard season.
No decision was reached today (Aug. 27) at a court hearing where a bond amount was expected to be set in the ongoing legal dispute between Park City Mountain Resort and Talisker Land Holdings/Vail Resorts. Instead, the hearing will resume next Wednesday, Sept. 3 at 1:30 p.m.
The snow melts and not only does nature spring from the barren trails but shorts-wearing, dog-toting, cycled-attached bodies sprout up as fast as wildflowers in July.
Attorneys in the heated lease dispute between two of Park City’s ski and snowboard resorts have turned their attention to how much money Park City Mountain Resort (PCMR) should post in a bond that would keep the resort open for at least next season.
(Updated: 1:30 p.m. (MT) June 19, 2014)
A Utah district court judge gave Powdr Corp. and Park City Mountain Resort a reprieve from an eviction notice until a hearing on Aug. 27, and he ordered parties in this contentious lease dispute to attempt a third-party mediation of the lawsuit by Aug. 15.
An innovative bid that featured a partnership between Canyons Resort, Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley Resort has resulted in the Utah community being awarded the International Ski Federation World Championships for freestyle, freeskiing and snowboarding in 2019.
A district judge ruled Wednesday that the lease for the land underneath most of Park City Mountain Resort did in fact expire in 2011 and the turning over operations of neighboring Canyons Resort to Vail Resorts did not violate any lease arrangements.
Season tickets for 2014-2014 at Park City Mountain Resort will come with a promise to refund all or some of that cost if its landlord-neighbor wins a pending lawsuit – and the resort would close.
Park City Mountain Resort fought the good fight Thursday as they appeared in Summit County Utah’s 3rd District Court. It was finally time for Judge Ryan Harris to hear both sides in the issue of whether PCMR renewed its lease with Talisker Land Holdings.
It’s just a week away: The biggest court date of Park City’s colorful history. But the court of public opinion has been chiming in for months about the fate of Park City Mountain Resort (PCMR) and its ongoing legal battle with Vail Resorts.