Reaching New Heights in Nuclear Medicine

Hotel & Travel

Official HCNMC 2024 Housing Information:
The 2024 HCNMC will take place at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Park City – The Yarrow in Park City, UT.

To Book a Reservation please go through the Group Booking Link HERE.

When making a reservation please make sure to follow the below instructions:

  1. Confirm the stay dates and update the number of guests.
  2. The Group Discounted Code will auto populate under group code.
  3. Press ‘Quick Book’ on one of the guest room options.
  4. Move forward with payment process to confirm booking

You will receive a confirmation email from the Hotel once the reservation is confirmed. If you do not receive a confirmation email please notify the Hotel immediately as your reservation may not have gone through.

Group Rate will only be available until Friday, January 26, 2024 unless the block has been filled prior to this date.

Ski Rental Information

Attendees of the 2024 High Country Nuclear Medicine Conference can now book Ski Rentals through Vail Resorts in Park City! Use the link below to start reserving equipment as well as tickets for your stay in Park City.

Book Ski Rentals Now

Conference participants will receive 25% ski rentals over 2024 Conference dates.

To book please make sure to purchase your rental equipment from the Legacy Sports location. This shop is in the Mountain Village Base, which is the closest to the hotel.

Arriving in Park City

The closest airport to the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Park City – The Yarrow is Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC). It is located 36.8 miles from Park City, UT.

Transportation To & From Park City

Transportation to and from Park City can be difficult at times due to weather as well as early morning or late evening flights. We have partnered with Canyon Transportation to help attendees pre-book airport transfers to and from Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC).

Attendees can book directly through the special HCNMC 2024 Transportation Booking Link: Canyon Transportation’s Online Reservation System, or by visiting Canyon Transportations Website and using our group code of 79954.

Skiing in Park City

Park City Mountain accepts the Epic Pass.

Acute Mountain Sickness:
Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is the most common form of illness associated with a rapid ascent to altitudes exceeding 7,000-8,000 feet. Symptoms include shortness of breath with mild exertion, headache, lassitude, loss of appetite, insomnia and even nausea and vomiting. AMS typically resolves spontaneously in 2 – 4 days; headache can be treated with aspirin, acetaminophen (Tylenol) or ibuprofen. Good hydration coupled with avoidance of alcohol and strenuous exercise for 1 – 2 days after arriving at high elevation will minimize the risk of developing AMS. AMS can also be prevented by Diamox (acetazolamide) 125 mg twice a day beginning 24 hours before ascent and continuing for 2 – 3 days after arrival at the higher elevation. Diamox is a prescription drug; it is a diuretic, will cause increased urination and may cause numbness or tingling in the fingers, toes or around the mouth. Diamox is contraindicated in those allergic to sulfa drugs. Please consult with your physician for more information.

Elevation of City:

Park City
Base: 2,134 m. / 7,000 ft.
Summit: can be up to 3,048 m. / 10,000 ft.

Additional Winter Activities

Park City offers a wide range of activities for those interested in other tasks while your friends and colleagues are visiting the slopes. Please visit Park City’s Things To Do page online here for more information and how to sign up for activities.