Top Reasons to Go to Park City
Outdoor fun: Regardless of the season, Park City is the epicenter of mountain adventure. You come here to play, not to watch, whether your speed is a hot-air balloon float or an 80 mph bobsled run.
Three top-tier resorts: No place in North America has three resorts so close to one another, not to mention as dynamic, luxurious, and unique as Deer Valley, Park City Mountain, and Canyons Resort, and it's not only skiing on offer—the resorts provide year-round adventures and hospitality.
Olympic spirit: If you think you can feel the legacy of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games on Park City, it’s because this town probably contains more Olympians per capita than any town in the country, if not the world, and nearly every U.S. winter Olympian trains in Park City at some point every four years.
Old Town Park City: First laid out by silver miners in the late 1800s, Park City’s historic Main Street has dozens of fine restaurants, bars, galleries, and boutiques. Though always vibrant, its hub is really hopping during big events like the Sundance Film Festival and Kimball Arts Festival.
Sundance Resort: At the base of Mount Timpanogos, Robert Redford’s intimate resort pays homage to art and nature, with artists in residence creating works before your eyes and the chance to bond with Mother Nature. You can ski here, too, but mostly it’s the calendar of performances and speakers that's the big attraction.
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