Author: RootsRated

Take a stroll in the snow on these beautiful Park City trails. Image courtesy of Kurt Bauschardt.

DISTANCE: Trip distance varies
DIFFICULTY: 1 out of 5
TIME TO COMPLETE: 1-3 hours for an average outing
DOG FRIENDLY: Yes, depending on location
DESTINATION HIGHLIGHTS: Quick workout, great for families, great for dogs 

The fastest way around these trails and deep snow can be the most fun! Steve Jurvetson

DIFFICULTY: 1 out of 5
TIME TO COMPLETE: 1-8 hours for a typical tour or rental
FEES/PERMITS: Yes. Fees vary per outfitter
DESTINATION HIGHLIGHTS: Great for beginners, great for families, panoramic views
SEASONALITY: Winter, early spring

Cheers to you having an amazing winter vacation in Park City.
Park City, Utah, is arguably most famous for hosting the Sundance Film Festival and the 2002 Winter Olympics. But beyond its rich history, this mining town turned ski mecca has plenty else to offer winter visitors. Don’t believe me? Take it from locals who live, work, and play in this mountain town— there’s more to Park City than celebrity sightings. We talked to locals who make Park City home year-round, and they helped us come up with 9 tips to make your winter getaway even better.

The Sundance Film Festival is one of the most popular times to visit Park City.
Park City, Utah, is a special place any time you visit. But there are certain events that come along each year that make it an extraordinary place to visit. Whether it’s the Torchlight Parade on Christmas Eve, the country’s most popular film festival, or a lung-burning mountain bike race, you’ll find events throughout the year that give you even more reasons to visit Park City. Here are nine annual events that keep people coming back every year.

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