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Hosted by the Park City Gallery Association, the Last Friday Gallery Stroll, is a fun (and free) monthly community event dedicated to highlighting artists and special exhibits at art galleries throughout town.  Park City’s art scene continues to thrive, offering a robust variety of unique art collections from local, national, and international artists. On the last Friday of each month, 19 members of the Park City Gallery Association open their doors for visitors and locals alike to enjoy light refreshments and to admire their latest art installations.

There is no denying it; we had an amazing winter in Park City! With over 310 inches of snow this season, it is sure to stick around for a while – especially at higher elevations – making some of the area’s trails less accessible until later into the spring/early summer.  That being said, there are plenty of low elevation trail options to explore. Hitting the trails is a fun (and active) to get outside as spring transitions into summer. Here is a list of springtime trails/trail systems to explore this spring:

Park City is a town packed with everything from mountain adventure activities, to vibrant nightlife and award-winning dining.  It is challenging to fit everything Park City has to offer into one weekend, but luckily we are here to help.  We picked a few of our favorite ideas to help you plan your own perfect 72 hours in our quaint mountain town.

Park City, Utah is known for its sunny days and bright blue skies, so the occasional rain showers are somewhat unexpected and can come as a surprise.  Due to the area’s reputation for having endless outdoor opportunities and activities to enjoy, it’s not always easy to come up with indoor options for when the weather turns sour. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to enjoy a rainy day in Park City.

Park City Mountain Resort features several events that make spring skiing extra special.

When the tail end of ski season is upon us and spring skiing is in full force, it’s a bittersweet time of the season. You’re running out of time to ski, but you’ll also find longer days, more sunshine, warmer patios for après-ski, and a handful of annual end-of-season events. Park City, Utah, happens to be an ideal place to visit in the springtime for all of those reasons.

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