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Author: Casey Lane

Casey Lane is a Southern California transplant based in Park City, where she is a freelance writer. When she's not enticing visitors to savor the nooks and crannies of her small town she is a home chef, skier, avid mountain biker, and spin instructor. She is mom to two cats and one tiny pup who is also the star of her LGBT children's books, Lucky Love.

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Your Weekend Guide to Mountain Biking Park City

June 8, 2021 by Casey Lane

Whether you’re loading the bikes or reserving your wheels, a summer weekend spent in Park City is not complete without trail time on gold-rated terrain. But with just three days to soak in all this mountain town has to offer, planning your approach can feel about as overwhelming as deciding where to eat and how to après (yes, we still do that in summer). 

Best Mountain Biking Trails for Every Skill Level

May 25, 2021 by Casey Lane

Embarking on a new trail system can be daunting, what’s worse, is not knowing exactly what you’re in for. Luckily, insider tips at local bike shops coupled with today’s outdoor apps make it a bit easier for riders of all skill levels to find routes that match their ability, but it never hurts to have recommendations from locals. 

Spring Outdoor Activities in Park City

March 23, 2021 by Casey Lane

It’s that time of year when the slopes and trails begin to soften and we await the start of another season, watching our mountains transform from bustling ski slopes to eager trail heads. But for those visiting between Mid-April and June, it can be especially unique, a time of true metamorphosis that brings with it the possibility of experiences not often enjoyed by peak-season travelers. 

Washington School House Hotel – Luxury and History in the Heart of Old Town Park City

February 2, 2021 by Casey Lane

In a town where a High School can be a library, a barn can be a gym, and an auto shop can be a restaurant, it only makes sense that a boutique bed and breakfast would have at one time been a functioning schoolhouse. And like the town itself, which has played host to everyone from miners to Olympians, Washington School House Hotel has survived 132 years through adaptation and reinvention. 

Categories: History
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