Gorgeous Mountain City

Park City

7,000 Feet
Park City, Utah is a premier destination for year-round outdoor recreation. Nestled in the Wasatch Mountains and just 40 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport, Park City is a mecca for skiing and snowboarding during the winter months and world-class mountain biking, golfing, hiking, camping, fishing and more during the summer.

Park City got its start as a mining town in 1868 and today is a hotspot for tourists from all over the world. Park City is known for its world famous snow, refreshing summer adventure, incredible winter scene, and the hosting of the Sundance Film Festival. Located on the backside of the Wasatch Mountain range, Park City has hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics, and offers world class skiing and snowboarding. Park City offers exhilarating outdoor activities all year round. In the summer, the trails of Park City are filled with hikers, runners, mountain bikers, and even some horseback riding.


Park City was established in 1868 when silver and lead were discovered in the area. It quickly grew into a bustling mining town, and by 1900 it had over 8,000 inhabitants. In the early 1930s, skiing became popular in Park City and resorts such as Deer Valley Resort were founded. The city has since become one of the most popular ski resort destinations in Utah, and in the United States, hosting the 2002 Winter Olympics and multiple major annual winter sports events.

Places of interest

The Uintas

The Uintas are the highest mountain range in Utah, located east of Park City. With peaks that reach up to 13,500 ft and vast valleys, this area provides plenty of opportunities for adventurers to explore nature. Hiking trails meander through the forest and alpine lakes provide a perfect place for activities such as fishing, hiking and picnicking. During the winter when the Unitas receive a great deal of snow, activities like snowboarding, skiing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing are the perfect activities to take part in.

Utah Olympic park

The Utah Olympic Park is an incredible place to visit and experience the history of the 2002 Winter Olympics. The park offers a variety of activities, including ski jumping, luge, bobsleigh, skeleton and more. You can even take a guided tour through the facility and watch athletes practice in preparation for upcoming events.

Alpine Slides | Coaster

If you’re looking for a thrilling ride, look no further than Alpine Slides and Coaster at Park City Mountain Resort. This luge-style track takes riders through hairpin turns and is suitable for all ages. They are perfect for getting that adrenaline rush and experiencing the scenery and views that Park City has to offer.

Ski Resorts

Park City is home to some of the best ski resorts in the country. With over 8,000 acres of terrain and multiple terrain parks, Park City is ideal for all levels of skiers and snowboarders. The famous Deer Valley Resort, which hosted competitions during the 2002 Winter Olympics, offers groomed trails and unparalleled views. Woodward action sport campus is just outside of Park City and has a variety of winter sport activities that include skiing and snowboarding. And if you’re looking for a bit of excitement, the Park City Mountain Resort is home to one of the largest terrain parks in North America.

Deer Valley Resort
Deer Valley boasts some of the best skiing in the state, over 100 runs and 20 lifts. Summer at Deer Valley boasts hiking, mountain biking, scenic chair lifts, concerts, and festivals.

Park City Mountain Resort
Park City Mountain Resort is the largest ski resort in the United States. This ski resort is alive all year long with outdoor fun for all. Enjoy summer at Park City Mountain Resort hiking, mountain biking, or a thrilling adventure on the Mountain Coaster or Alpine Slide

Woodward action sport campus is just outside of Park City. Woodward hosts a variety of winter sport activities as well as many for the summer. Winter activities include skiing and snowboarding. In the summer guests can enjoy skateboarding, scootering, BMX riding, mountain biking, parkour, and more.

Things to do

Hot Air Balloon Rides

Hot air balloon rides are a great way to explore Park City from the skies. These peaceful, gentle rides provide stunning views of the surrounding area and mountains. You’ll get to experience breathtaking sunrises, views of wildlife, and a unique perspective of the city that can only be achieved from up above. You'll be able to experience the Kamas Valley, the Wasatch Mountains and downtown Park City like you've never seen them before.


Horseback riding is a popular activity in the Park City area. Horses are a perfect way to experience this stunning outdoor haven, there are so many trails. Mountains, and scenic areas to explore.


Park City has some of the best mountain biking trails in the country. From easy single-track trails to more challenging downhill runs, there is something for everyone. Canyons bike park offers over 70 miles of trails with features and jumps specifically built for mountain bikers. With miles of trails in the area, you’ll never run out of places to explore.
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Planning your trip to Park city

Whether you’re looking for a ski vacation or an adventure in nature, Park City, Utah has something to offer everyone. With its stunning scenery and variety of activities, it is the perfect place to explore and create new memories. With so much to do and see, you’ll want to make sure you plan your trip in advance so that you can enjoy all that Park City has to offer.
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Park City also has a variety of lodging options to choose from. From luxury resorts to cozy cabins, you’ll find something that fits your budget and needs. Hotels such as the Marriott are perfect for those looking for an upscale experience while smaller properties like the Best Western offer comfortable, affordable accommodations. There are also plenty of Airbnb and vacation rental options that offer additional amenities such as hot tubs, kitchenettes and more.


Park City is home to a variety of restaurants and eateries that offer something for everyone. From fine dining establishments to casual pubs, you’ll find everything you need to satisfy your appetite. For those looking for an authentic experience, there are plenty of locally-owned restaurants serving up local favorites such as smoked salmon burritos and almond-crusted chicken. If you’re looking for something more casual, Park City also offers a variety of pubs and breweries that are perfect for an evening out with friends.


Park City, Utah, is full of unique shops and boutiques that offer something for everyone. From clothing and jewelry stores to outdoor gear, you’ll be able to find something special to take home with you. There are also plenty of souvenir shops where you can pick up local items such as mugs, hats, and postcards.


Park City offers a free bus system offering eco-friendly, easy access to restaurants, coffee shops, pubs and resorts.


Park City offers something for all four seasons. During the winter months, you’ll be able to enjoy skiing and snowboarding at world-class resorts. In the spring and summer, Park City is alive with hiking trails, biking paths and other outdoor activities. Fall brings beautiful foliage as well as events such as Oktoberfest. No matter the season, Park City is a great place to explore and create lasting memories.