empire pass Real Estate
Empire Pass, a master-planned community of 525 residences within Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah, offers an ideal location for a luxury ski vacation property. Spread over 1,600 acres of breathtaking mountain landscape, the neighborhood provides ski access for every property and is just a few minutes away from Main Street in Park City and located above Upper Deer Valley on the way to Guardsman's Pass. The Montage is located in this area, with easy access to some of the best bike trails in Park City during the summer.
As one of the most desirable areas for owning a vacation residence, Empire Pass boasts a wide array of luxury properties for sale as well as short-term vacation rentals. Many of these residences have been developed recently, and come with some of the best amenities offered by the ski resorts in the area.
Most homes in Empire Pass offer a Talisker Club Membership, which gives residents access to the 18-hole Tuhaye Golf Course designed by Mark O’Meara. The Talisker Club also includes an on mountain club with a spa, pool, lounge, and kids cabin.
Accessing Empire Pass is straightforward. It can be easily reached from Marsac Avenue, and most homes and condos in Empire Pass are only a five-minute drive away from Main Street in Park City. A number of developments in the area offer shuttle services down to Old Town, making it even easier to reach shopping and restaurant areas.
The Empire Pass community offers a range of properties for sale, from luxury homes with over 6,000 square feet and five to six bedrooms to condos and townhomes under 2,000 square feet. There are also empty lots available for custom builds. All these options are highly desirable due to the proximity to ski areas and the comprehensive Deer Valley resort access and amenities.
For those who enjoy outdoor activities during the summer, Empire Pass offers the Empire Pass Ridge hiking trail. Starting at an elevation of 8,960 feet at Empire Pass, the trail follows the ridge to the west, providing majestic views of Park City, Deer Creek Reservoir, and Clayton Peak. The trail is approximately 1.6 miles to the top of Deer Valley's Empire Express chairlift and offers a beautiful overlook of Thaynes Canyon and the Iron Mountain Trail.