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Java Cow

July 20, 2021 by Jessica Averett

Every small town has a few shops that everyone knows and loves. In Park City, Java Cow is one of those. Located on Historic Main Street in Old Town Park City, Java Cow is a staple for locals and visitors alike. Best known for their homemade ice cream, locally baked goods, and coffee, Java Cow has a little bit of something for everyone. It’s a must-visit shop if you’re visiting Park City with kids, but it’s also just as great to go there even if you don’t have little ones in tow. 

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. 

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.

Woodward Park City, Not Just for Kids

August 4, 2020 by Rachel Friedman Elberts

I’ve always been inspired by skateboarders, their style, skills, persistence, and sense of freedom. They make skateboarding look effortless, almost zen-like, and I’ve been a fan and a semi-passive bystander for a while. I own a couple of boards that I mainly use for cruising around the neighborhood, but I’ve never taken a lesson to really hone in on those fundamentals. Like with any sport, having a good mastery of the basics to build on is key to staying safe and having fun when you’re out getting after it. 

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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. 

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