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Our Favorite Groomed Runs for When OpenSnow Calls for Bluebird Days

January 28, 2021

Corduroy shredding, groomer bombing, railroad tracks... whatever you want to call it, the recent stretch of sunny weather has been perfect for carving arcing turns on-piste. With more sunny days to come, we've partnered with OpenSnow so we always know the right equipment to bring to make the most of whatever sort of day it is on the mountain. While the fleeting beauty of a powder day is always something worth celebrating, we've rounded up a few of our favorite "old-reliable" runs that make every day at Park City feel special.

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noun_square_1911421 Georgeanna

If you want to enjoy the views and check out the terrain off of McConkey's Express without taking on the extreme terrain that Shane McConkey was known for loving, cruise on down Georgeanna. This beautiful intermediate run skirts the resorts property line with Deer Valley before splitting off into your choice of green, blue, or black runs by the base of the lift.

green-circle Homerun to Bonanza

This long, mellow green run features plenty of great terrain that is as fun for all levels as it is for beginners. There's plenty of twists and turns to keep you interested. Head down Bonanza when the run splits for less of a crowd and an easy path back to the lift.

noun_square_1911421 Payday

Enjoy the ride down this long, cruisey blue back to the base and the lift of the same name. Stay on Payday the whole time, or split on to several other fun intermediate runs, some which will take you back to the Payday lift, and some which will take you into town for lunch or apres-ski.

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Take the intermediate Parley's Park off of the Motherlode or Silverlode Express to get to this quick and speedy groomed trail with plenty of pitch to get you going. This open run is in a fun area full of intermediate and advanced trails that are fun to speed around between.


What are your favorite runs when the sun has been shining a few days in a row? Did we miss any favorites? Let us know in the comments.


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