Park City Utah itinerary

Four Night / Five Day – Itinerary

Day 1:
Hike the trails at the Round Valley Open Space. This nature reserve is home to a variety of wildlife and offers beautiful views of Park City and the surrounding mountains. Go mountain biking at the Park City Mountain Resort. This world-class resort offers over 400 miles of trails for all skill levels, as well as bike rentals and guided tours. In the evening, dine at one of Park City's many fine restaurants, which offer a variety of cuisines ranging from local BBQ to international fare.

Day 2:
Spend the morning rock climbing at the Park City Climbing Wall. This indoor facility offers climbing routes for all skill levels, as well as instruction and gear rentals. In the afternoon, visit the Olympic Park, which was the site of the 2002 Winter Olympics. Here you can tour the facilities, watch athletes in training, and try out some of the sports yourself. In the evening, enjoy a leisurely dinner at a local brewery or gastropub, where you can sample a variety of craft beers and locally-sourced dishes.

Day 3:
Take a scenic drive up Big Cottonwood Canyon to visit the Silver Lake Lodge and the Silver Lake Flat Reservoir. The lodge offers rental boats and stand-up paddleboards, and the reservoir is a popular spot for fishing and swimming. In the afternoon, visit the Kimball Art Center, which features a rotating selection of contemporary art exhibitions and workshops. In the evening, dine at a cozy bistro or wine bar, where you can enjoy a selection of small plates and locally-produced wines.

Day 4:
Enjoy the local refreshing waters by tubing one of the local rivers or visit Jordanelle State Park. In the afternoon, visit the Park City Main Street Historic District, which features a variety of charming boutiques, galleries, and restaurants. In the evening, enjoy a dinner at a local steakhouse or seafood restaurant, where you can indulge in classic American dishes and fine wines.

Day 5:
Play a round of golf at one of Park City's championship golf courses, such as the Promontory Club or the Park City Golf Club. In the afternoon, take a hike on one of the many trails of the area. In the evening, dine at a modern restaurant featuring farm-to-table cuisine and locally-grown ingredients.

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