Ski through Park City History: 4 Ways to Explore Its Silver Past

Park City History - Jack Boucher

Long before Park City cleared its first ski run, this mountain enclave was a booming silver town — a status still apparent through long-standing mining structures, cultural landmarks and city traditions. It might be hard to imagine Park City as part of the Wild West, but as recently as the 1930s, this world-class ski town […]

Guide to Summer in Park City: Discover What Makes Visitors Become Locals

For some, it’s the trails. For others, it’s the stunning views. Find your own mountain inspiration this summer. Ask most Park City residents how they came to live in this mountain town, and they’ll probably give you some version of this story: “Well, we skied Park City for years, and we finally decided to visit […]

Snapshot of Park City: Locals’ Guide to Main Street

Explore Park City like a local. Whether in the height of ski season or the calm, breezy months of summer, Park City’s Main Street is a hub of activity with year-round live music, nightlife, culinary events and family-friendly activities. Here is our guide to exploring Main Street Park City like a local: Where to eat. […]

The Family-Friendly Guide to Spring Gruv at Canyons Resort

For families looking to sneak in one last trip to the slopes, Spring Gruv at Canyons Village at Park City offers much more than skiing to celebrate spring. Between live outdoor concerts, sporting events, kids’ activities and the famous televised pond skimming contest, the 10-day event will leave you with memories on the mountain and […]

10 Reasons to Visit Park City This March

Park City comes alive this spring with more than just great skiing. Discover theater, live music and family-friendly events with these top reasons to visit Park City this March: 1. March 1: Booker T. Jones at the Egyptian Theater – In between powder runs and apres-ski drinks, catch this Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee live on […]

Luxury Lodging for Sundance Film Festival: Top Park City Vacation Rentals Still Available

With the 2015 Sundance Film Festival just a few weeks away, finding accommodations fit to enjoy all that the Festival offers — from screenings and events to wide-open ski slopes — can take some insider knowledge. These six Park City homes don’t just offer access and over-the-top amenities; they also include hotel-quality services and local […]

New in Park City: The Restaurants, Boutiques and Activities You Haven’t Tried Yet

Readers of The New York Times  might have caught a glimpse of Park City’s newest restaurant last week when the paper featured a true-to-Utah dessert by Handle chef Briar Handley in a Thanksgiving feature — but the Main Street restaurant isn’t the only new experience in Park City this winter. From live performance art to recreational adventures, […]

Find the Perfect Park City Ski Home with a Fall Getaway

Finding the right ski vacation home online can be like shopping for shoes — you’re pretty sure they’ll fit, but it would be much nicer to try them on first. With so many variables to consider when renting a chalet for the family, a chance to see the ski access, test the hot tub, catch the view […]

Best Park City Vacation Homes for Après Ski

Whether you end your ski day with a Hefeweizen at the bar or in a slope-side hot tub, these Park City vacation homes make après ski as much fun as your time on the slopes: Best Main Street Access: Woodside Villa Ski right to Woodside Ave. and walk a mere 30 yards to this palatial […]

Park City for Foodies: 5 Experiences to Try this Ski Season

For all its light, fluffy snow, blue-bird days and perfectly groomed terrain, Park City draws more than a few travelers for a completely different world-class offering — the food. The Utah Office of Tourism boasts that Park City, Utah features more chefs per capita than Paris, France. A walk down Main Street certainly gives the […]