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Park City, Utah


Discover the Rocky Mountains like never before in Park City


There’s no way you won’t enjoy an awesome getaway in Park City, Utah, as the snow-capped mountains give way to the breathtaking beauty of wildflowers. I’m smitten with everything about Park City, and I’m sure you’ll be too!

Park City is a tourist hotspot, which is why it’s very well connected to the rest of the U.S. The city is a mere 35 minutes from Salt Lake International Airport and once you’ve arrived, getting around is just as easy. You can rent a bike, book an uber or better yet, just navigate the city on foot. 

What to Do

Park City is well known for its three world-class ski resorts: Deer Valley, Park City Mountain Resort and The Canyons. Whatever the season, summer through winter, the lengthy list of activities offered by these three resorts is bound to keep everyone happily entertained. 

All three resorts offer skiing, snowboarding, and other fabulous winter activities. You can also try snowshoeing – this is a great way to take in the splendid views of the Rocky Mountains. If you’re more into cross country skiing, Park City offers miles of groomed trails for you to enjoy the spectacular Rocky Mountains. And, of course, there’s snowmobiling. 

The snow may be gone by summer, but the excitement still remains. You can pick and choose from a myriad of summer sports and activities: golfing, mountain biking, hot-air balloon, riding, hiking, fly fishing, visiting Olympic venues, or just enjoying nature.

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Where to Stay

There are many lodging options to consider when planning your next ski vacation to Park City. If you can spare no expense, ski-in/ski-out luxury accommodations such as The Marriott, The Grand Summit, The Sundial Lodge and The Silverado Lodge are the way to go. Like Bed and Breakfasts? B&Bs such as the Washington School Inn, the Old Town Guest House, and the Woodside Inn are all good options. Looking for some more affordable lodging options? No problem. A few places around town offer lower rates if you're on a budget – Hampton Inn and Suites, Holiday Inn Express and Best Western Landmark Inn are some options you can consider. 

Where to Eat

Park City offers an assortment of dining opportunities to satisfy your needs. Craving tacos and tortilla? Try Baja Cantina, Nacho Mama’s or Loco Lizard Cantina. Looking for Asian-inspired cuisine? Try the Kobe beef tenderloin at Shabu. For Italian, try Grappa, Ghidotti's, and Cisero's. I know that sometimes the only thing that’ll hit the spot after a long, active day is a pizza, and there are plenty of great pizza joints in Park City to choose from. I strongly recommend you order a pie from Red Banjo or Davanza's and be prepared for a delicious, authentic pizza experience! If you'd rather dine out then order in, you can also try Maxwell's, which cooks up enormous east-coast style pizza that will make you feel right at home. 

Park City, home to the world-famous Sundance Film Festival, has a lot to offer during all seasons of the year. Whether you’re looking to hit some slopes at one of the ski resorts or do some summer hiking, it’s the perfect place to visit all year round. So, when are you leaving for Park City? 

For more about Sundance, read about the charming resort here.

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xoxo Lauren

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