Park City, Utah is a world-class winter destination ready to help you make memories that will last a lifetime. Offering a snowy playground and foodie heaven that is sure to delight people of all ages; the hardest part of your trip will be deciding exactly what you want to do, and where to eat and drink.
Aussie-born, international TV host/producer and all-time travel adventurer, Jason Dundas, had Park City, Utah on his bucket list. In a five-part mini-series, follow as Jason introduces you to what makes Park City winter’s favorite town. In this episode, find out the best way to spend 24 hours in Park City, Utah.
Breakfast at The Bridge Café
First, you’ll need to fuel up for the day before experiencing the largest ski resort in the USA, Park City Mountain. Grab breakfast with a view at The Bridge Café for a healthy start to your day. Located in the centre of town just steps away from the convenience of Town Lift, taking you directly from town up to Park City Mountain.
Lunch at No Name Saloon
Get some serious runs under your belt exploring Park City Mountain before heading back into town for a feed. For an all-American burger, you can’t go past the legendary Buffalo Burger at No Name Saloon. A Park City favourite; find a seat indoors amongst eclectic nostalgia or get amongst the action on the heated rooftop patio for picturesque views of Park City.
Bobsled at the Utah Olympic Park
Find new ways to go fast. Head to the Utah Olympic Park, site of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, and experience the rush of sliding down the second-fastest bobsled track in the world!
Shopping on Historic Main Street
Park City’s Historic Main Street is filled with quaint shops and galleries; from jewelry stores to cowboy boots, art collectibles, and souvenirs. However, if you’re on a mission to grab some serious bargains, set aside a couple of hours to explore Outlets Park City. Here you’ll find well-known fashion, outdoor sportswear, and designer brands at discount prices.
Dinner at Fireside Dining
For the ultimate end to the day, ride your horse-drawn sleigh to Fireside Dining at Empire Canyon Lodge at Deer Valley Resort. Here, you can indulge in an all-you-can-eat European feast including melted raclette cheese, served from stone fireplaces. You’ll have earned it!
More ways to spend your time in Park City
Alpine Coaster and Ziplines
Fly fast and take to great heights as you ride the alpine coaster and soar through the trees above canyons and rivers on some of the best ziplines in the USA.
Historic Mines and Wines Tour
Discover the history of Park City’s silver mining era paired with wine as you visit historic landmarks with the Fox School of Wine's Mines & Wines Tour.