Park City Info

Park City, Utah has become one of the top ski destinations in the world, with a wide variety of ski runs that range from beginner level to very challenging. It is also well known as a 4 season resort area with activities year round.

World-class skiing (good enough to host the 2002 Winter Olympic Games), cultural events and robust seasonal activities characterize Park City as a captivating location with natural appeal. Activities constantly revolve around the changing seasons and Park City prides itself on the diverse number of area activities available- no matter the month.

With something for everyone, visitors will have access to nearby snow mobiling, ski jumping, bobsleigh, luge and skeleton courses, shopping, ice-skating, and hot air ballooning. A brief journey offers additional choices of white water rafting, horseback riding, hiking, fishing, biking, golf and a multitude of cultural events including the famous Sundance Film Festival

Looking for variety in your ski vacation? Park City offers 3 world class resorts offering over 10,000 acres of skiable terrain. Still not enough? 11 of Utah's resorts are within an hours drive of the airport and 90 minutes from Park City. Want to try a new place? Head over to the local's favorite, Snowbasin. Well groomed, no crowds, beautiful views and luxurious mountain dining. A great day trip and you won't be disappointed.

Olympic Cross Country ski trails are also nearby.

In the Spring, Summer and Fall, you will find some of the best Hiking, Road Bike and Mountain Bike trails that you can find anywhere. In fact Park City has hundreds of miles of trails for all levels of abilities.

Some annual events include:
Sundance Film Festival - January
Park City Winterfest - February
World Superpipe Championships - March
Park City Food & Wine Classic - July
Park City's Traditional Independence Day Celebration - July
Utah Symphony's Patriotic Celebration - July
Park City International Music Festival - July
Park City Kimball Arts Festival - August
Park City Jazz Festival - August
Park City Marathon - August
Point to Point Endurance Mountain Bike Race- August
Park City Miners Day Celebration- September
Mid Mountain Marathon- September

Alcohol Laws - Have you ever heard that Utah's alcohol laws were a little strange? Well not anymore! Beginning July 1, 2009, The Utah Legislature no longer requires clubs and bars to charge patrons a membership fee upon entering a drinking establishment.

This followed a 2008 change that increased the amount of a single shot by 50%, from 1 ounce to 1.5 ounces.

Utah's first distillery since Prohibition opened its doors in Park City in July 2009, and is located in a renovated 100-year-old livery stable near the base of the Town Lift on Park Avenue.

The High West Distillery is a ski-in/ski-out restaurant and saloon that features craft vodkas, whiskeys and a small-plate menu. With liquor already in production, High West Distillery has garnered numerous prestigious awards, including the Double Gold for its Rendezvous Rye Whiskey at the 2008 San Francisco World Spirits Competition.


1- Skiing

2- Snowboarding

3- Heli Skiing & Riding

4- Bobsledding, Rocket Rides & Ski Jumping

5- Horse Drawn Sleigh Ride

6- Snowmobiling

7- Snowshoeing and Cross County Skiing

8- Dog Sledding

9- Snow Tubing

10- Ice Skating


1- Mountain Biking and Road Cycling

2- Wheeled Bobsled Rides

3- Water Sports on Nearby Reservoirs


5- Horseback Riding

6- Alpine Slide, Zipper Ride & Mountain Sledding

7- Rock Climbing

8- Hiking

9- Skateboarding & Rollerblading

10- Outdoor Concerts

Year Round

1- Hot Air Ballooning

2- Fly Fishing

3- Scenic Drives

4- Movies

5- Dining

6- Shopping

7- Historic and Olympic Tours

8- Art & Culture

9- Nightlife

10- Weddings, Reunions & Meetings