It's amazing how 150 years can radically change a boomtown while preserving its essential boom. Back in the 1860s, Park City's claim to fame (and fortune) was all about those bustling silver mines. Then it became known for the star-studded Sundance Film Festival. Now the precious commodity in Utah's flagship mountain ski town is its newest resort.
Destination: Park City, Utah - Cowboys & Indians
December 1, 2012