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Spring in Park City

Spring Hikes in Park City

May 5, 2021 by Visit Park City

There is no denying it; winter in Park City, Utah is pretty amazing! Winter usually brings quite a bit of snow, which takes a while to melt even once the resorts close – especially at higher elevations. This can make 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) way to get outside as spring transitions into summer. Here is a list of springtime trails/trail systems to explore this spring: 

Categories: Spring in Park City

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. 

Enjoy Park City's "Last Friday" Gallery Stroll

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.

Wayfinding on Pathway Trails and Summit Bike Share

July 2, 2020 by Casey Lane

Over the years Park City’s single-track has become the resident star of summer, thrilling hikers and mountain bikers through successive switchbacks, challenging terrain, and groves of glittering Aspens. But for those who are looking for a way to take in our town’s extensive network of connected trails without padded gloves, shorts, or specialized shoes, the paved pathway system, either on foot or with the help of Summit Bike Share’s extensive fleet of electric bikes, has been upgraded to guide locals and visitors from Kimball Junction to Deer Valley, and everywhere in between. 

National Ability Center

June 9, 2020 by Casey Lane

Park City, Utah, is known for being home to two major ski resorts, and an action sports hub catering to everyone from first-timers to Olympic athletes. But for many, including veterans and those with disabilities, a fourth organization sits just minutes away, the National Ability Center, sprawling across 26 acres of modified lodging and recreation that services the same range of skills, but in unique and “adaptive” ways. 

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