Combining luxury and adrenaline, Park City is the ultimate Winter playground.
Sheets of fluffy snow fall on its hills each year, but skiing isn’t the only activity on the cards.
With the City’s film festival, unique dining experiences, and more, here are just a few things you can – and should – do on your next visit to Park City, UT.
Deer Valley Resort
This lavish ski resort has been drawing in the masses with its magical events for over three decades.
With 100 ski runs of varying difficulties, you can enjoy days and days of wintry activities. The resort is accessible and easy to navigate, with 20 chairlifts up for grabs. There are also 15 fine dining and casual café style restaurants to work your way around.
Although most head to the resort in the winter months, there’s still plenty to do here in the Summer. If you’re the type that prefers hiking boots to skis, you can waste hours deep in the forest and mountain trails, swimming in the pool, or taking a tour by horseback.
Guardsman Pass Scenic Backway
Did someone say road trip? The Guardsman Pass has breathtaking views that stretch over 14 miles. Try your hand at capturing the beautiful scenery in a photography tour, or simply sit and appreciate the wildflowers and foliage.
This drive is the perfect way to spend a weekend if you’re looking for cheap things to do in Park City. It’s also totally romantic for those couples looking for a unique date idea.
This 50-acre activity park has plenty to offer both kids and adults. With mini—snowmobiles, tubing, and skiing, there’s no better place for a staycation.
If you’re traveling from further afield, but don’t want the burden of lugging your gear all the way, Woodward Park City ski rental delivery has you covered.
Park City Main Street Historic District
Park City has a rich mining heritage which is captured in the picture-perfect main street district. The 13.5-acre expanse is home to picturesque buildings and homes with charming boutiques, restaurants, and galleries to browse.
Officially on the National Register of Historic Places, Main Street is the perfect place to gain insight into the history of the area.
Utah Olympic Park
Way back in 2002 (which feels like only yesterday), Utah hosted the ski jumping and bobsleigh events for the Winter Olympics.
Now, the park is free for visitors to enjoy at their leisure. Head to the Discovery Zone and Alf Engen Ski Museum for a fun-packed family day out. There’s even the Comet Bobsled ride where you can feel the speed of a real 1980 bobsled.
High West Distillery & Saloon
As for the big kids, the High West Distillery & Saloon has been operating for longer than a century – and you can even ski into the premises.
The saloon offers a whole serving of craft whiskeys and spirits to go alongside their delicious pub grub.
So, what are you waiting for?