From its world-renowned slopes, internationally-acclaimed festivals, Olympic-hosted sporting events and year-round community offerings, Park City, Utah offers something for everyone, no matter the time of year. Resting at roughly 7,000 feet in elevation, surrounded by the splendor of the Wasatch Mountains, this little mountain town has been called the hidden gem of the west for its perfect balance of outdoor adventure and cultural happenings.

Whether covered in Utah’s famous powdery snow, colorful wildflowers or autumn foliage, Park City’s picturesque background is a haven for sight-seeing and offers access to limitless outdoor recreation. Hike, bike, ski, fish, horseback ride or even bobsled—there is no shortage of ways to explore Park City’s peaks and valleys. With two world-renowned ski resorts, Deer Valley Resort and Park City Mountain, skiers and hikers have access to over 9,000 combined acres of terrain for all levels and abilities and over 12,000 acres of backcountry trails right in your backyard.

After a day of exploration, head to Old Town, Park City’s historic Main Street, where you will find the best dining, nightlife, shopping and galleries. Nestled in the heart of Park City, Main Street is brimming with local-run events year-round from its open-air summer festivals, to winter’s highly anticipated Sundance Film Festival.

Whether you come for the snow or the wildflowers, the festivals or the food—there is always something to discover in Park City. Plus, its proximity to Salt Lake City and its international airport make it an accessible getaway destination every season.