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Park City

Located in north central Utah, Park City is a winter sports enthusiast’s haven, since the city is home to three major ski resorts – Canyons Resort, Deer Valley Resort, and Park City Mountain Resort. Although it began as a silver-mining town, Park City shifted to tourism after WWI and the Great Depression. The creation of Treasure Mountain, the city’s first ski resort opened by a company of miners in 1963, cemented the city’s future as a winter travel destination for the rest of the country. Parts of the 2002 Utah Olympics Park is still accessible, and the nearby hiking/biking trails, hot springs and forests are open to outdoorsmen of all ability levels. Park City is home to the Sundance Film Festival, the world’s largest indie film festival, every January, which brings an influx of the Hollywood elite into the city.


What to Do in Park City

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Red Butte Garden
The Red Butte Garden is an Arboretum and a botanical garden which is managed by the University of Utah. Its location is in the foothills of the Wasatch...
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Your price: $36
Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort
The Snowbird was made possible through the creative mind of Ted Johnson. It is a multi-facility winter and summer resort situated in Little Cottonwood...
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Sugar House Park
The Sugar House Park covers an area of 110 acres situated in the center of the neighborhood of the Sugar House. It is the favorite site of fireworks shows...
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Utah's Hogle Zoo
The Utah’s Hogle Zoo was established by the Hogle family and was originally located in Liberty Park in Salt Lake City. The Zoo was officially named the...
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Your price: $19.5

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