Utah's rather conservative reputation is largely fostered by the fact that its capital city stands as the world headquarters of the Church of Latter Day Saints. But you shouldn't let the presence of Mormonism overshadow the fact that the state is doing some amazing stuff on the culinary scene. And nowhere is this more evident than the mountain town of Park City, which lies 45 minutes and a world away from Salt Lake.

But Park City is about so much more than food and drink. Its geographical placement, nestled into a cozy nook in the Wasatch Mountains, affords near-panoramic mountain views, world-class skiing in the winter and an overwhelming variety of outdoor activities throughout the rest of the year.For the full story, please click here.