The town of Park City sits at 6,900ft. which means cold, snowy winters and pleasant summers. The snow begins to fall in early November and continues to fall until April or even sometimes May. Most of the snow is melted by June. Even though the summers are short they offer a nice warmth ideal for getting away from some of the extremely hot temperatures found in other areas of the country.
The reason Park City and other areas of Utah experience such fluffy, perfect powder is because of the perfect combination of the amount of snow we receive and the dryness. Because we receive a dryer snow than found in many places, it remains fluffy and light. Utah really does have “The Greatest Snow On Earth”!
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