June – it’s the official start of summer and, in Park City, it’s when summer events, activities, and concerts really kick off.
March 16, 2021 by Rachel Friedman Elberts
There is no denying the feel-good factor of water. The wild frothy ocean, swimming in lakes and rivers, the first dips of summer, soaking in a hot spring or hot tub. Even hot showers on cold days and vice versa. It’s a surge of adrenaline, balm for the soul, and the feeling of absolute calm and freedom. So when you put yoga and water together you get quite a healing and relaxing combination.
February 2, 2021 by Casey Lane
In a town where a High School can be a library, a barn can be a gym, and an auto shop can be a restaurant, it only makes sense that a boutique bed and breakfast would have at one time been a functioning schoolhouse. And like the town itself, which has played host to everyone from miners to Olympians, Washington School House Hotel has survived 132 years through adaptation and reinvention.
December 3, 2020 by Visit Park City
Part of what makes Park City the unique mountain town destination is the variety of products made and sold locally. Besides having quality, locally-crafted products, many businesses in the outdoor industry have chosen Park City as their headquarter location. This holiday season gives the gift that really says “Park City.” From headphones to whiskey that’s distilled right here in the Wasatch Mountains, we have just the gift for that family member or friend who loves Park City.
February 18, 2020 by Casey Lane
For almost 50 years, Woodward has been making action sports accessible to kids and families across the country and beyond, with a sister location at the Hard Rock Hotel on Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. But the 2019 expansion has now enabled Woodward to call Park City, Utah, their newest home, and in doing so, they have already welcomed thousands of visitors seeking a piece of the adrenaline rush at 7,000 feet.
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.