Three world-leading ski and summer resorts call Park City Utah home, sweet home: Park City Mountain and Deer Valley Resort.
Throughout summer, the resorts’ lifts and runs are converted into mile upon mile of biking and hiking trails. Plus, seek your thrills on alpine slides, golfing, horseback riding, stream fishing and more.
Come summertime in Utah it’s blue skies all the way. The idyllic foothills are covered with wildflowers, while the cool mountain breeze means the heat’s never unmanageable.
Take your mountain biking seriously? You’ll be impressed to learn that Park City was named a Gold-level Ride Center designation from the International Mountain Bicycling Association in 2011. Its trails, amenities and community all got the nod. It also regularly receives plaudits for skiing and other adventure activities.
It’s not all about the outdoors at Park City. Keep yourself entertained with the region’s various arts and music festivals, hip clubs, restaurants and historic Main Street.
If fishing’s more your speed, you’re never far from a cool, clear mountain river or stream in Utah’s Park City.
Armed with waders and a pole, head out solo or enlist one of the region’s expert guides. There’s big fish to be found in both the Provo and Weber Rivers.
Fishing in Park City’s a year-round pursuit – a local can help you find the special nooks that Utah’s blue-ribbon trout call home. Fly fishing throughout winter is a great way to get hungry trout on the hook.
If golfing’s your thing, there are few settings more breathtaking than Park City’s mountain vistas, endless blue skies and consistently light, dry breeze.
It’s little wonder, then, that the area’s become renowned worldwide for its 18-hole championship courses.
Park City Golf Club is consistently ranked one of the top public golf courses throughout the intermountain region, with pristinely designed and maintained greens. Fancy upping your game? Park City Golf Club’s 6700-feet elevation can increase the distance of your shots.
Popular public courses aren’t the only golfing on offer in Utah’s Park City. Private clubs are also available to the public.
Enjoy serviced hiking in and around the three resorts’ individual trail systems.
From the various chairlifts, use your birds’ eye view to spy picturesque access roads, heritage mining spots and other points of interest, then plan your route accordingly.
Keen to take in a trail around dusk? It’s the perfect time to observe Utah’s mountain wildlife up close. An after-dinner stroll is facilitated by PCMR’s PayDay and Town Lifts.
Back in the day, Park City was founded on horseback.
Leave your car behind as a nod to the region’s roots, and explore the mountains and valleys of the Rockies on a four-legged steed.
Whatever your level of riding experience, Park City is flanked by a number of ranches, staffed by excellent guides ready to help you discover the Western Countryside.
Utah’s Park City is both a mountain resort and a year-round thriving community. Together, it makes for a mountain biking Mecca.
In the hills surrounding Park City, the public trails cover some 400+ miles. In addition to biking, they’re ideal for hiking and horseback riding.
Whether you wish to explore Utah through scenic strolls or adrenaline-pumping multi-day adventures, Park City offers opportunities for both in spades. In addition to Park City Mountain Resort, the region’s home to Deer Valley and Canyons Resorts. Each is lift served, meaning it’s access-all-areas for mountain bikers.
Park City, originally a silver mining town, includes three resorts – Deer Valley, Park City Mountain and Canyons – located 45 minutes from SLC Airport.
Each is conveniently situated within a 15-minute radius of each other.
Nearby Historic Main Street offers an abundance of restaurants, shops, cafes, galleries. It’s a vibrant hub that is home to the famous Sundance Film Festival.
Forty-five minutes from Park City and an hour from SLC airport you’ll find Sundance Resort, the peaceful ski sanctuary owned by Robert Redford.