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    PCMR is scheduled to open on Nov 19, Canyons in Nov as well and Deer Valley on Dec 3 so all 3 area resort should be open - weather permitting. Each has great snowmaking systems and typically make snow on the beginner runs first. Since you're here for a week, I'd recommend moving around to experience the variety that Park City provides, but I do tend to think that PCMR has some of the best beginner terrain around and has a new ski school beginner learning zone for this season. *Just for the record, I do work for PCMR. :) over 9 years ago

    Answered by Eric via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    I agree I think pcmr is the easiest for a beginner. My first major ski (well technically I board) trip was to park city. By the way park city is my definite favorite place to go board/ski so you are going to a great place. There are 3 or 4 blue/green slopes above the bunny hill that I spent most of my time on "practicing". Forget their names abut they are low key but will still push you to learn. I have been the last 3 years now and I have always had wonderful snow there, no matter what time of year. over 9 years ago

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    There is a reason why Deer Valley Resort is rated the #1 ski resort in the US for an unprecedented 5th year in a row. The best ski school for beginners, service, runs, food, you name it. But no snow boarding. Skiing Deer Valley is the most pleasant ski experience possible- which is key for beginners. about 9 years ago

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