After lots of anticipation and excitement, Woodward Park City is finally open for business!
January 7, 2020 by Rachel Friedman Elberts
In Park City, skiing and snowboarding are known as the winter sports of choice, but snowshoeing is another great way to get outside, enjoy nature, and get your body moving in the mountains. For those who might not want to glide downhill but are still winter enthusiasts, a snowshoe tour is a magical way to be active and enjoy our winter playground.
December 24, 2019 by Jessica Averett
Need some help planning the perfect winter getaway for kids, parents, and even grandparents? Park City has something for everyone, no matter what the age. Whether you’re trying to accommodate toddlers or teens, skiers or spectators, you’ll have no problem finding something that the whole family will enjoy.
December 10, 2019 by Dustin Owl Johnson
When visiting Park City, a stop (or ride) at the Utah Olympic Park is a must. Only a few places in the world, allow people to experience an Olympic bobsled track. For some, experiencing “G-Force” turns may not be appealing, but for others, it’s a thrill of a lifetime.
November 26, 2019 by Rachel Friedman Elberts
Even before moving to Park City, I’d already had the distinct pleasure of visiting the High West
November 19, 2019 by Locke Hughes
I’ve never been one to worry about proper wine pairings. Whether it’s steak or fish, a sunny afternoon or a cozy night in, pretty much any wine will do, in my (uneducated) opinion. Lately, however, I figured I should learn more about the types of wines I’m drinking in order to make more informed choices.
So when I learned about the Fox School of Wine, a wine education school that hosts classes and events in Park City, I was intrigued. The Weekend Wine Series class sounded like the perfect way to kick off an evening with a friend visiting from out of town. I decided to sign us up for the reasonable rate of $34 per person, and we headed out to kick off our evening with some delicious wines.
November 1, 2019 by Visit Park City
Although there is a lot of excitement for ski season to begin, there is still plenty to do in Park City before the resorts open. November is a great time to take a day and treat yourself, sharpen your skills in the kitchen, explore something new with the family, and even find a little adrenaline.