PARK CITY MOUNTAIN RESORT OFFERS CUSTOMIZABLE SEASON PASSES FOR THE 2010-2011 SEASON

Park City, Utah (August 24, 2010) – Park City Mountain Resort unveils new season pass options for the 2010-2011 winter season. The Resort is introducing “My Pass. My Way.” that allows passholders to build their season pass with the options that are important to them. All season passes include unrestricted “Mountain Access” to Park City Mountain Resort’s 16 lifts. Users can choose one, two or three customizable options that include Fast Tracks (access to the express lanes at the Resort’s five busiest lifts), night skiing/riding (extended this season until 9 p.m.) and/or slopeside underground parking. The customizable season passes go on sale Tuesday, August 24, 2010.

“With the extension of our night operations we felt that this was a perfect time to unbundle our season passes,” said Jenni Smith, president and general manager of Park City Mountain Resort. “Our new pass products allow the guest to choose the options that are important to them at the price point that is right for them. If you only want access to our lifts your Adult season pass costs $699, but if you want all of the options (Fast Tracks, underground parking and night access) you will pay $1299. I want to have My Pass. My Way.”

Park City Mountain Resort’s adult (25-64) Mountain Access season passes start at $699. Options including Fast Tracks, night access and underground parking can be purchased for $200 each. Youth (7-12) Mountain Access passes start at $125.  The Teen (13-17) Mountain Access pass starts at $175. Youth and Teen options include night access for $50 and Fast Tracks for $200. Children (2-6) receive free season passes.

With the purchase of any of the available options, passholders will also receive two complimentary friends and family lift tickets and discounts at any of the on-mountain restaurants, Park City Mountain Rentals, Legacy Sports and Park City Mountain Resort ski/snowboard school.   A downloadable season pass pricing grid is available at www.parkcitymountain.com/pricinggrid <https://www.parkcitymountain.com/pricinggrid> .

With the extension of night operations to include the Three Kings lift and terrain park area, and the extended hours to 9 p.m., Park City Mountain Resort will also offer Night Only Season Passes. Night only pass pricing is as follows: Youth and Teen passes are $150, Young Adult/College passes are $225 and Adult Passes are $250.

In addition to the full season pass options, Park City Mountain Resort also offers 5 and 10 packs. Utah locals can enjoy five days of skiing/riding during the 2010-2011 season for $54 a day when they purchase the Utah Locals 5 Pack before October 31, 2010. The Utah Locals EZ Access Pass is available for $540 – that’s just $54 a day with included Fast Tracks and annual rollover.  Utah property owners (non-Utah residents) can purchase an EZ Access Fast Tracks pass for $650. This pass provides guests with 10 days at Park City Mountain Resort to use during the winter season with access to our express Fast Track lanes at our most popular lifts.   Utah Driver’s License, Utah State Issued I.D. or property tax receipt must be provided in order to purchase the EZ Access Pass and Utah Locals 5 Pack.

Additionally, Park City Mountain Resort offers college, senior and 70+ passes. Visit www.parkcitymountain.com/pass <http://www.parkcitymountain.com/pass>  or call (800) 222.PARK for more information or to customize your pass. Pass prices are valid until October 31, 2010

Park City Mountain Resort is open for the summer season until mid-October, seven days a week. The Resort features a variety of summer activities including: the Alpine Slide, Alpine Coaster, ZipRider, the climbing wall, miniature golf, the Legacy Launcher, Little Miners Park, lift-served mountain biking and hiking and lift-served access to Park City’s historic Main Street. Legends Bar & Grill, the Resort’s premier restaurant, currently features summertime fare in both an indoor and outdoor setting. For more information visit www.parkcitymountain.com <http://www.parkcitymountain.com/>  or call (800) 222.PARK