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 3, 2019 by Visit Park City
December – it’s a time to celebrate the holidays with family and friends, and it also marks the beginning of the ski season. Park City Mountain is currently open, Deer Valley Resort opens on December 7th, and Woodward Park City is scheduled to open on December 14th! While it’s always fun to hit the slopes, there are many other ways to enjoy the month of December in Park City. Here are a few ideas for you to explore while trying to decide what to do in Park City this December.
September 17, 2019 by Rachel Friedman Elberts
When you think about fly fishing, what comes to your mind? Is it a romantic vision of Brad Pitt
September 12, 2019 by RootsRated
As far as views go, it’s hard to top the nearly 12,000-foot summit of Bald Mountain. Jeff Weissman
Park City is nestled in the Wasatch Mountains and is a short drive away from the Uinta mountains. With two major ski resorts close by and great nightlife, it’s a solid spot for a winter vacation, but there is also world-class hiking nearby. Whether you’re looking to hike right from downtown Park City or take the scenic drive to the Uinta mountains, there are great options for any skill level.
September 3, 2019 by Visit Park City
Fall is a beautiful time to visit Park City, Utah. As our lush Summer greens transform into a
August 20, 2019 by Jessica Averett
Want to get your kids outside and exploring the beautiful mountains around Park City, but you’re not quite sure how to do it? The good news is that hiking is one of the easiest and safest outdoor adventures to do with your kids. After years of trial and error with my kids, I can’t wait to share the tips I’ve learned that help everyone have fun on the trail together.