Park City and the Southern Wasatch Travel Guide

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Plan Your Park City and the Southern Wasatch Vacation

Although the Wasatch Range shares the same desert climate as the Great Basin, which it rims, these craggy peaks rising to more than 11,000 feet cause storms moving in from the Pacific to stall and drop massive amounts of precipitation. The result is a 160-mile stretch of verdure that is home to 2 million people, or three-fourths of all Utahns. Although its landscape is crisscrossed by freeways and dappled by towns large and small, the vast Wasatch still beckons adventurers with its alpine forests and windswept canyons. Those who visit follow in the footsteps of Native Americans and in the wagon-wheel ruts of Mormon pioneers and miners.

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Park City and the Southern Wasatch Hotels

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Park City and the Southern Wasatch Restaurants

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Things To Do in Park City and the Southern Wasatch

Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.

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