Park City’s Revitalized Mid-Mountain Lodge is OPEN…and It Looks Incredible


Park City Mountain just reopened its iconic Mid-Mountain Lodge after an extensive remodel over the summer. Built originally as a miners’ boarding house in the 1800s, Mid Mountain Lodge is located near McConkey’s lift and is now one of the state’s only on-mountain cocktail bars at the Public House. (And the drink menu looks good. Can’t wait to try the Canary’s Call.)

Mid-Mountain Lodge interior

We haven’t visited yet but will update this story with our full review once we’ve tried Mid-Mountain Lodge for ourselves.

Chicken sandwich at Mid-Mountain Lodge. Photo courtesy of Vail Resorts

Beyond Burgers and Fries
On-mountain meals are changing, and now there are way more dishes to choose from than burgers and pizza. Mid-Mountain Lodge’s new menu features modern fare like rotisserie meats, hearty grain bowls, soups, a poke rice bowl, and sandwiches.

Craft cocktails at The Public House

Park City Mountain’s First Full-Service Bar: The Public House 
Now back to that business about a bar. Mid-Mountain Lodge is home to The Public House, a full-service bar where you can get craft cocktails that rival any Park City bar. The winter-inspired menu highlights local spirits with fresh creations designed to complement your mountain meal. And there’s a variety of beer and wine options if you aren’t a cocktail fan.

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Ribbon cutting at Mid-Mountain Lodge

Old-school Design for the Modern Skier
Long painted brown, the building has been restored to its original white exterior color with a refurbished deck with fire pits, cozy built-in seating, and incredible mountain views.

Park City Mountain will be open for the season through Sunday, April 7, 2019.


About Author

Jenny Willden is the Managing Editor of Outdoor Sports Guide and a self-proclaimed gear and grammar nut. She's a member of the North American Travel Journalists Association and the Adventure Travel Trade Association. A lover of adventure and travel, she's happiest when riding horses or snowboarding in Utah’s mountains. Follow Jenny’s exploits on Twitter @jennywillden or Instagram @jlwillden.

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