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Park City Blanket | Ski Resort Trail Map Fleece Throw Blanket


• Brushed fleece blanket
• Official 2021 Park City Resort Trail map
• 70 by 50 inches
• Machine washable

If a blanket’s softness and coziness were rated on a scale of 1-10, this blanket would undoubtedly score an 11. Made from a plush, brushed minky fiber, our throw blankets are incredibly soft, warm, and snuggly. They are also amazingly durable. They will stand up to outdoor use on the snow, grass, sand, or back of the truck and are completely machine washer and dryer friendly. They do not shrink, warp, or fade after any amount of loads in the laundry. The size is perfect for use as a throw blanket or picnic blanket, at 6 feet by 4 feet. The horizontal orientation looks stunning on any bed bed size up to King.

While many ski resorts are situated alongside former mining communities, Park City Mountain Resort is the only resort to truly be built on top of an extensive mining operation. The original owner – United Park City Mines – converted the mountain to a ski resort in 1963 as the profits from mining operations dwindled. Over the next 30 years the resort grew steadily into a very large mountain resort.

In 2002, Park City Mountain Resort hosted the Winter Olympics, pushing Utah and Park City into the eyes of the world as a world-class skiing destination. Park City built multiple additional venues to accommodate a total of just under 100,000 live spectators.

By 2015, under new ownership of Vail Resorts, Park City and Canyons were officially joined together by the Quicksilver Gondola. This made Park City Mountain Resort the largest ski resort in the USA at 7,300 skiable acres. This amount of unique terrain, combined with the village areas at Park City and Canyons Village, makes for one of the top picks for skiers and snowboarders of all types and abilities.