Boulder Mountain Ranch at Deer Valley is an outdoor adventure company that provides several activities. The ranch offers horseback riding tours at two locations including Sundance Resort and Deer Valley Resort. An experienced professional guides the two-hour horseback, which includes lunch. The ranch also offers cantor and gallop rides, chuck wagon hayrides, and horse drawn stagecoach rides, as well as winter time horse drawn sleigh rides.
Tupelo is a modern, spacious restaurant with industrial-chic décor, exposed bricks, and pipes on the high ceiling. Raw wood and charming bistro tables soften the industrial elements, creating a lively and comfortable atmosphere as the background to Chef Matt Harris’ inspired cuisine. His modern American fare is influenced by his international travels, and he uses fresh, seasonal, local ingredients to produce exceptional, beautifully presented dishes.
Grub Steak is a popular Park City restaurant that has been providing residents and tourists with succulent grilled meats since 1976. It is spacious and rustic, with classic Cowboy paraphernalia and beautiful old photos on the walls. It is a great place for a drink or a meal before or after hitting the slopes. Nothing beats getting cozy next to the fireplace with one of their specialty house cocktails while waiting for your perfectly grilled grass-fed steak or fresh fish.
Canyons Village is the former Canyons Resort base area, and it is located on Canyons Resort Drive about four miles from Park City’s historic Main Street. Sitting at an elevation of 6,800 feet, the village is home to a variety of convenient and upscale accommodation choices as well as fine dining restaurants and luxury boutiques and shops.
Fletcher's restaurant, lounge and bar is refined and cozy at the same time. It’s the perfect place for either a drink after work or for celebrating a wedding anniversary with the love of your life.The décor is beautiful and tasteful, while the food is fresh, healthy, and imaginative. Chef Scott Boberek is particular about his ingredients, so the beef is grass-fed and the chicken is organic.
Guardsman Pass Scenic Backway is a scenic backcountry drive that connects Salt Lake Valley, including the towns of Brighton, Solitude, Park City, and Midway.It is part of Utah State Route 190, also known as the Big Cottonwood Canyon Scenic Byway, which runs east and west through Salt Lake County. After passing through Brighton, Guardsman Pass Scenic Backway becomes a narrow mountain road on its way to Park City.
Utah Outdoor Adventures is an all-season tour company that offers half and full day private guided tours that include hotel pick up, gear, food, and water. Hiking trips lead guests to beautiful landscapes in the Park City area, and you will have an opportunity to admire forests, meadows, and other scenic habitats with their natural wildlife.
Park City Mountain Resort is a ski resort that opened in 1963 as Treasure Mountain. Renamed as Park City Mountain Resort in 1996, it is a popular resort with skiers from all over the world and serves as the training course for slalom and giant slalom runs for the U.S. Ski Team.
The Park Silly Sunday Market is an open-air market, street festival, and community gathering place where friends and neighbors can hang out together to celebrate and enjoy their city and where tourists can learn more about Park City than they expected. The main elements of the Market include non-profit organizations, sustainable issue groups, performers, musicians, kids activities, artists, chefs, and zero waste efforts programs. The market is open every Sunday from June to September.
Exclusive Excursions serves as your guide to the Park City’s spectacular nature, and it caters to one group at the time. All the excursions are private and customized. Guests decide what they want to do, and the company takes care of the rest. You can go kayaking, white water rafting or tubing on the Provo River, hiking or biking along the easy trails or, for the more adventurous, through the Uintah Mountains.
The Egyptian Theatre is a historic theater located on Main Street in Park City. Constructed between 1922 and 1926, the style of the architecture was influenced by the discovery of King Tut’s tomb in 1922, and the theatre was decorated with Egyptian motifs like hieroglyphics, lotus leaves, and scarabs.
Red Pine Adventures offers snowmobile adventures during the winter and opportunities to explore the magnificent Utah mountain ranges on horseback during the summer.The adventures are conducted on the Red Pine’s own property in the Red Pine Canyon in Park City on thousands of acres of private, secluded mountainous land. During the winter, guides will lead you on one or two-person ski-doos on a roller coaster. You’ll pass up and down along groomed trails and pass through the alpine meadows and dense forest.
EcoCenter is a nature preserve in Snyderville Basin near Park City. The preserve consists of a 1,200-acre wildlife refuge, ten miles of trails, the 107-acre Wallin Farm now known as the Farm at Swaner, and a 10,000 square foot education facility.
Park City Museum, a local history museum with fascinating artifacts and interactive exhibits, is devoted to preserving and exhibiting the heritage and history of Park City. Some of the permanent exhibits include Mega Mine and the Days of Ore, The Dungeon: Park City’s Territorial Jail, The Great Fire of 1898, Muckers & Millionaires, and many more.
Alpine Coaster is the largest coaster of its kind in Utah; it is a gravity-driven coaster built on elevated tracks similar to bobsled tracks. Sometimes reaching speeds of up to 30 mph, the coaster car zips thrill-seekers through more than a mile of bends, hair-pin curves, and loops. The rider is able to control the speed of the car by applying brakes. The track is placed in the beautiful mountain scenery of Park City Mountain Resort so riders can enjoy aspens and other local flora as they glide down the mountain.
Utah Olympic Park is the winter sports park that was built for the 2002 Winter Olympics. It hosted several events during the Olympics, including the bobsledding, luge, skeleton, ski jumping, and Nordic combined events. Olympic athletes still use the park to train.
Deer Valley is a ski resort 36 miles (58 kilometers) east of Salt Lake City. Deer Valley served as the site of several events for the 2002 Winter Olympics including freestyle moguls, aerial, and alpine slalom. Opened in 1981, Deer Valley is known for its upscale facilities and amenities. These include boutique shopping, fine dining in the main lodge, free parking shuttles, free ski valets, and much more. In order to avoid overcrowding, Deer Valley limits the number of ticket sales per day, and its uphill lift capacity is over 50% more than those of neighboring resorts.
The Park City Main Street Historic District consists of 47 buildings set on 13 acres along Main Street, the business section of Park City, as well as part of Heber Avenue.Listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, the district represents one of the best examples of a metal mining town in Utah and is one of the best things to do in Park City. The historic buildings now house more than 100 boutiques, 50 restaurants, and many outdoor adventure tour companies.