Back in 2018, Park City Mountain Resort lost the lease to the Scotts Bowl after the owner of the land, Silver King Mining Company, decided to not renew the agreement. According to the Park Record, Park City announced that they have reopened the slopes for this season, and for the long-term future as well. The reopened runs are Scott’s Bowl, Pinecone, and Two Goons, which are all double black diamonds. There are two ways to access these trails, both of which require hiking. You could ski off the Jupiter lift and hike up a little bit, or go to the mid-station of the Quicksilver Gondola and hike up from there. It’s a nice positive from a mountain that’s struggled to appease locals for a variety of reasons this season.
Image Credits: Park City Mountain Resort