If you go: Park City

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Globe Staff / November 12, 2006

How to get there

All the big airlines fly to Salt Lake City from Boston, with Delta offering daily nonstop flights. The easiest way to reach Park City, Deer Valley, and Alta and go from resort to resort is by rental car. Get one with four-wheel drive since the approximately 30-mile drive from Salt Lake City to Park City passes through mountains.

Where to stay

If staying for a week, condos tend to be the best buy. A three-bedroom, three-bathroom condo in Park City cost us $1,300 for six nights through Resort Quest Vacation Home Network ( Marriott's Summit Watch 780 Main St.


Adjacent to the Park City Mountain Resort's town ski lift, providing easy access to the slopes. Rates $300- $600 per night during the less busy weeks of the season.

Marriott MountainSide Villas

1305 Lowell Ave.


The villas are slopeside, and you pay for the convenience. A one-bedroom, one-bath villa is listed for $469 a night for the first week of March.

Where to ski



Area day pass $49; half-day morning pass $44; half-day afternoon pass $39. A consecutive day pass for three to four days $47 per day.

Deer Valley


Full day $74; afternoon only $51. Deals for skiing consecutive days.

Park City Mountain Resort


Full day $74; half-day $58. Discounted multiday tickets available.

Where to eat

Grappa Italian Restaurant & Cafe

151 Main St.


Upscale, pleasant setting offers a good, if pricey (entrees $35- $50) meal. The fish and pasta dishes, as well as inventive des serts like a caramel-pecan chocolate tart with pomegranate sorbet, did not disappoint. Open nightly at 5 in winter; 6 in summer.

Café Terigo

424 Main St.


A casual restaurant with dishes inspired by northern Italy and southern France. Fish, meat, and pasta entrees $20- $30. Open nightly for dinner from 5:30; Monday through Saturday from 11:30 a.m. for lunch.

Snow Park Restaurant

Snow Park Lodge at Deer Valley

435-649-1000, 800-424-3337

Not your typical ski lodge cafeteria, with salad bar, daily soup specials, baked potato bar, chilis and stews, carving station, grill, pizza, and don't forget the jumbo cookies. It's easy to spend $15 to $20 per person. Breakfast 8- 10:30 a.m. daily. Lunch 11 a.m.- 2:30 p.m. daily.

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