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Park City has more biking and hiking trails in the summer than any outdoorist can handle. Seriously. Winter mountain skiing is always a pleaser with its perfect combo of groomers and powder. Oh, and you like art and film festivals? There's some of that too. No one shall be left out. Famous for hosting the Sundance Film Festival, the 2002 Winter Olympics and Dumb and Dumber, Park City is also home to world-class resorts that draw skiers and snowboarders from all over the country--nay, the world. Add in the upscale restaurants, hotels and other amenities and Park City is on the short list for premier mountain resort towns anywhere. Come to Park City and maybe never go home. Read more...
1794 Olympic Blvd.
Park City, UT 84098
Park City is a unique combination of easy access and remote appeal. At times you feel like you're hundreds of miles from the civilized world yet you're just 35 easy miles from the Salt Lake City International Airport. Park City's turn-of-the-century character, as established by silver miners of old, is alive and well. A simple stroll past the shops, galleries and restaurants on Historic Main Street is all it takes to bring back the romance of the Old West.
This year-round haven offers incredible skiing and boarding in the winter and endless recreational opportunities in the summer. Summer also brings cool, comfortable temperatures, a calendar full of concerts and events and wildflower-covered hills.
In the winter, whether you are cruising groomed trails, carving up a half-pipe, or cutting new powder, perfection is what everyone's after. Park City Park City Mountain and Deer Valley Resort. Combined, these offer over 9,000 skiable acres, 396 trails and 55 lifts. And it all revolves around one of the most charming, historic and diverse ski towns ever to make a name for itself.
Another popular venue in both winter and summer is the Utah Olympic Park. Here you can experience the incredible speed and g-forces of bobsled or individual rocket sled rides on the 1,335 meter bob/luge track. Or you can simply watch the athletes train or compete at speeds up to 80 miles per hour.
If the truth were told, shopping would probably be right behind skiing and snowboarding in terms of popular activities. Park City's eclectic shopping features everything from designer boutiques to sportswear and handcrafted furniture to factory outlets.
Park City's recreational opportunities are almost abundant as the snow that falls on the winter slopes. Of course, skiing and snowboarding are some of the main attractions, but you will also find quality opportunities to golf, cross-country ski, bike, hike, horseback ride, fish, boat, and enjoy the wildlife.