December 15, 2020 by Casey Lane
You’re in from out of town and don’t have a lot of time. You’ve wandered Main Street, maybe done a day of skiing at the resort, or gotten lost on a hike. Time is ticking and you still want to make the most of the next two days you have in town. It’s summer and you’d love to try rock climbing outside of a gym. It’s winter and you’ve never gone Nordic skiing. Or maybe it’s the off-season and, aside from riding your beach cruiser on sand (definitely been there), you have no idea how to mountain bike.
November 3, 2020 by Casey Lane
There’s no replacing the joy of first witnessing your child ski down a snow-covered mountain dressed in the most adorable winter gear you could find (or afford, hello expensive sport) as you trail close behind yelling out names of fast food “Pizza!” “French Fries!”
October 27, 2020 by Casey Lane
A good winter is measured in inches. A great winter is measured in feet, but a Park City pandemic winter is set to be measured in reservations and headcount -- changes that have both locals and visitors straight-lining for the backcountry.
September 14, 2020 by Casey Lane
The Last Friday Gallery Stroll in Park City remains one of a handful of free year-round activities in this seasonal town, welcoming locals and visitors dressed for either summer or snow, and with a range of artists and artwork with just as vast an influence.
August 25, 2020 by Casey Lane
The Bill White Restaurant Group boasts eight restaurants in Summit County and an employee roster of over 400, making it the largest independent restaurant group in Utah. After 30 years of serving locals and tourists, we were hungry to find out more about what makes the BWRG an integral part of the Park City economy. Fortunately, Beth Rossi, Communications and Programs Director for Bill White Restaurants, Farms, and Ranches was ready to dish.