Park City, Utah is a world-class, resort town nestled in the mountains at 7,000 feet. The charming, historic town is known for hosting several competitions during the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, the annual Sundance Film Festival, as well as its three expansive ski areas, Deer Valley Resort, Canyons and Park City Mountain Resort.
Located just 35 minutes from Salt Lake International Airport, Park City boasts an array of luxury hotels, fine restaurants, art galleries, spas, boutiques, and the Tanger Outlets for great discounts on shopping. There is even locally made whiskey and vodka at High West Distillery, which has received national recognition and awards for its spirits. In addition to skiing and snowboarding The Greatest Snow on Earth, visitors can enjoy cross-country skiing on groomed trails and snowshoe tours, plus live performances in the evenings at the historic Egyptian Theatre.
When the snow melts and the surrounding hills turn green, summer recreation is abundant with 400 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails, plus fly fishing and other water activities nearby. Park City hosts farmer’s markets, gallery strolls, the Park City Kimball Art Festival, the Park City Food and Wine Classic, and outdoor concerts at Deer Valley and Canyons. There is truly an activity to cater to every whim.
Travel within Park City is convenient thanks to a free bus system, so renting a car is unnecessary.
Park City will soon be home to the largest ski resort in the United States when Vail Resorts interconnects Canyons and Park City Mountain Resort with a $50 million expansion plan for the 2015-16 ski season. Come see why Park City has become one of the world’s most renowned and exciting ski destinations for both domestic and international visitors!