When it comes to world famous resort towns, Park City puts Utah on the map. Located 32 miles southeast of downtown Salt Lake City in the Snyderville Basin, the town is known for hosting a portion of the 2002 Winter Olympics as well as the annual Sundance Film Festival. Thanks to winter snowfall levels that hover around 140 inches in town and 350 inches on the mountain and low humidity levels and comfortable temps in the summer, it's no surprise that Park City is also an outdoor person's haven.To read the full article, please click here.