I've been searching around the old posts and found the typical treasure trove of information but I had a couple of specific questions I was hoping for some further suggestions on: 1. Assuming a typical morning will be getting a 5 year old and 8 year old to ski school and a 1 year old to either stay in a condo with a babysitter or off to a child care centre, are you best staying near the Town Lift, the Park City Mountain Resort base or the Canyons base? There is obviously the tension between ski in ski out convenience and the more interesting town vibe which is why the town lift seems such a great location but the added complexity of ski school is making me think we're better off up at the mountain and finding another way into town for those excursions. We would envisage staying in a condo rather than a hotel and eating dinner in on probably half the nights and eating out the other half. It would be the early family sitting for all those meals.... 2. If we stay up at the resort base, would you suggest a car to get into Main St for dinner etc - is parking a hassle down there? I'd be inclined to think cabbing/ubering around would be easier but interested in others experiences. In terms of the overall holiday, we are planning on splitting 3 weeks between 10-12 days based at Park City, 7 days at Alta and a few days transiting. This will be in January 2020 to come back just before school starts (missed out on the Northern Hemisphere ski trip this year with new born so planning early!). We'll be on our epic passes, hence PCMR as a natural base. The 8 year old is a competent enough skier through to gentle off piste (loves bumps!) and black runs, 5 year old just blue runs for now. Mum and Dad have done seasons and skied a lot, though mostly in Europe. When skiing for ourselves we try to get off the piste as much as possible (trees and bowls more than big chutes these days - not too keen on anything too exposed). On this trip though, we will be looking forward to skiing with the kids wherever they're having fun as much as we will be skiing on our own. Alta has been on Dad's bucket list forever, hence this Utah trip... Very open to any other suggestions or ideas of good options for a family ski trip in Utah as well. Thanks in advance to everyone.