Tag - Après-Ski

This year's Easter holiday falls on April 1 -- it's no joke! Beyond traditional Easter celebrations, there is a lot going on in Park City, especially with the ski season winding down.  Here are a few ideas for how to spend your Easter weekend in Park City:

Park City Mountain Resort features several events that make spring skiing extra special.

When the tail end of ski season is upon us and spring skiing is in full force, it’s a bittersweet time of the season. You’re running out of time to ski, but you’ll also find longer days, more sunshine, warmer patios for après-ski, and a handful of annual end-of-season events. Park City, Utah, happens to be an ideal place to visit in the springtime for all of those reasons.

High West is one of Park City’s favorite spots for après-ski drinks.

In a town known for its blend of fine powder and hot spots worth savoring, it would be hard not to have a good time in Park City. In fact, thanks to the presence of two world-class ski resorts and tons of ski-in/ski-out lodging and eateries, the number of options are almost dizzying for those who aren’t from around the area.

Park City’s food scene continues to evolve and grow, adding a different spice to a town once known for being a mecca specifically for outdoor enthusiasts.  With its variety of flavors, Park City’s restaurants truly have something for everyone – regardless of taste.  In addition to a long list of new eateries, some of the Park City favorites have redone their spaces and menus as well.

While pools are often considered to be a great way to beat the heat during the summer months, many of Park City’s hotel pools are heated and designed to be enjoyed throughout the winter.  We put together a list of some of Park City’s most picturesque hotel pools, nestled in the mountains, with spectacular views.  Good news, some of these stunning pools even have day pass options, allowing visitors who are not staying at the hotel to enjoy them.

Time spent at high altitude can be rough on your hair, skin, and body. Park City, Utah sits at roughly 7,000 feet, with its resorts’ peaks standing as tall as almost 10,000 feet at their highest points. Skiing and snowboarding can also be tough on the body, especially if you’re not accustomed to using those specific muscles regularly.  Park City is Utah's Spa Capital - home to the state's most luxurious facilities and highly-trained therapists. Take an afternoon, or day, off the slopes to rejuvenate your skin, your tired feet, and (possibly) achy body.  We’ve rounded-up unique Park City spa treatments that will leave you feeling rested, rejuvenated, and ready to conquer the mountains.

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