Known to be one of the most accessible mountain towns in the United States and only 35 minutes from an international airport, Park City welcomes groups as they earn their spurs while they experience the destination’s cowboy culture this spring.

From horseback riding to fly-fishing, learning the ways of the West and shopping for the perfect rustic-style wardrobe, get your group ready to saddle up for plenty of adventures right here in our mountains.  

 

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Be a Cowboy (or Cowgirl!) For a Day

Immerse your group in the cowboy culture with Blue Sky Ranch’s Cowboy for a Day program. Located ten minutes outside of Park City, this 3,300 acre-ranch allows attendees to take part in everyday ranch duties in an upscale setting with magnificent views.  

Your attendees will learn grooming techniques and roping skills before heading out for a day’s work – on horseback. Together with wranglers and their horses, groups move herds of cattle through the mountains and meadows. While on the trails, your group will enjoy a gourmet breakfast and lunch from High West Distillery – perfect for hardworking cowboys and cowgirls.

At the Stillman Ranch, groups can take part in wagon rides, horseback riding and fly fishing excursions with expert guides along a charming log cabin among the pine trees of the 9,000-acre private ranch.

 

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Get Your Western Gear

No trip to the mountains is complete without adding to your cowboy wardrobe. Stop in at the family owned and operated Burns Cowboy Shop for exotic leather boots, hats and custom belts and buckles. For Western-style home furnishings and Southwestern gold and silver jewelry, make your way to Southwestern Expressions along historic Main Street in Park City.  

 

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Sleep Among the Stars

Opening in Spring 2019, attendees can enjoy upscale accommodations at The Lodge at Blue Sky Ranch featuring luxurious rooms with breathtaking views of the mountains. Decorated with an elegant nod to the rustic roots of Park City, the welcoming living spaces are surrounded by 3,500 acres of recreation and nature.

As the first Forbes Five-Star Resort in Utah, the Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley is home to traditional accommodations all the way to four-bedroom suites – allowing accommodations for any sized groups. With an on-site spa dedicated to relaxation, guests can also explore the resort’s hiking, biking and horseback riding trails.

 

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Explore the Cowboy Culture

Explore the fine art galleries of the West, along Park City’s historic Main Street with Mountain Trails Gallery featuring works from the region’s most renowned contemporary and Western artists. The Art Works Gallery features Western designs made from clay, wood, hot glass and Judaica jewelry.

 


 

From exploring nature on horseback to luxurious accommodations among the outdoors, Park City has it all for your group’s next outing, with plenty of cowboy hospitality.

Submit an RFP and our meeting planning experts will contact you to begin planning your group’s adventures – right here in Park City!