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01/3/20
Park City

A Day on Park City Main Street

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A Day on Park City Main Street Main Street is the heart of Park City. And what a heart it is! Even if you’re here for the world-class skiing at any of our three exciting ski areas, you haven’t truly experienced Park City until you’ve spent some time on Main Street. You could spend an entire day in Park City without leaving Main Street and have an amazing time. In fact,...

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10/10/19
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A Guide to Park City’s Armstrong Trail

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Trailriffic times await! It is true: Park City has some of the best snow on the planet. But that isn’t what we’re going to discuss today. We won’t even talk about the world-class events and festivals that call this little mountain retreat home. Instead, we are here to shed some light on the unsung hero of outdoor features: Park City trails. A few years back, we spoke with one of...

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09/10/19
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What is Woodward Park City?

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Woodward Park City is a the nation’s first all-in-one action sports and ski resort. Set to feature both indoor and outdoor action sports, people of all ages can play, learn, and train at the fully integrated campus. Woodward Park City is built to encourage intuitive growth and progresion in 10 sports including snowboarding and skiing, mountain biking, indoor and outdoor facilities for skateboarding, BMX, scooter, parkour, and cheer. Everyone is...

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03/14/19
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Do it Right the First Time: Dining in Park City

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You made it! You booked your Park City lodging, you arrived and found your way to the slopes, you had an incredible day at the resorts. But something is wrong. There’s a pain-an emptiness-in your gut. Have you been poisoned? No, you’re hungry! You haven’t eaten since the airport, and man are you peckish. So what is there to eat? Fortunately for you-plenty! From high-end sushi to greasy burgers, Park City has...

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01/7/19
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Sweet Treats in Park City

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The time has come to bid adieu to the holiday season, and, with it, the sugary vices we all love so much. We suggest that anyone who has forsworn sweets for the new year may want to look away from this blog post-lest ye be tempted beyond that which ye can bear. Park City is a veritable smorgasbord of heavenly (or devilish?) delights that deserve proper recognition. Consider your waistline...

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11/1/18
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An Area Guide of Park City

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Once you have your Park City vacation rental booked and you’ve arrived safely, you need to know how to get around. Park City is a sprawling town arranged north to south around Highway 224, which branches off from the east-west I-80 interstate just below the mountain summit. There are four general areas to town, called Kimball Junction, Snyderville, Old Town, and Deer Valley. Each of the four areas is almost a self-contained...

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10/22/18
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Planning Your First Trip to Park City

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Welcome to Park City! Since this is your first visit, we want to make sure you have an ideal trip and a special experience while you are here in town. Park City is home to some of the fluffiest, most ideal powder in the whole world, and there is no experience quite like a Bluebird Day on our Wasatch slopes. To make sure you get the quintessential Park City experience...

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09/25/18
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Art Pianos For All

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Visitors who have taken a bus from either of Park City’s transit centers may have noticed instances of Park City’s most unique audiovisual projects-Art Pianos for All. More than a dozen functional pianos of various shapes and sizes have been collected, lovingly embellished, and installed in participating public spaces around Summit County. A Piano in process of its transformation.   Building Art out of Music Any Utah artist may submit...

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08/8/18
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The Mystery of Park City’s “Unnamed Road”

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West of Park City, just on the outskirts of Summit Park, a lonely stretch of forgotten road snakes across the gentle slope off the shoulder of I-80. After branching off the westernmost road in town, the irregular and deteriorating pavement slithers along Parley’s Creek, a thin and crumbling line between a seven-lane transcontinental artery and the largely unspoiled wilderness of the mountains beyond. This forgotten path, simply labeled “Unnamed Road”...

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07/18/18
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Visiting Bloods Lake Near Park City

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Craving an alpine escape? Perhaps, a place for the whole family (yes, even the furry ones) to hike, swim, and explore the Wasatch wilderness while making it back on Main Street for sunset and dinner? Luckily, this local favorite checks all these boxes and more! Clear your weekend plans, pack a swimsuit and head into the Mountains for Bloods Lake. The Pros High-Altitude Oasis Nothing like its namesake, Bloods Lake...

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