ADVENTURE
Visit Utah’s largest private ranch for an incredible snowmobiling adventure. At Thousand Peaks, spot wildlife while riding along looped trails in a pristine backcountry. It’s a short thirty minute drive from Park City, but a world away from civilization. Book 2 hours, half-day or longer tours.
powderutah.com

BRUNCH
Brunch is a celebration of the weekend, and in Park City there are many great restaurants to “celebrate” at. Wasatch Brew Pub, The Spur and St. Regis offer settings ranging from casual to elegant. Order eggs benedict and a spicy Bloody Mary or complement a delicious mimosa with a flaky fruit crepe. Whatever you choose, brunch is a great way to complete a week on the mountain.

CASTLES
Ice Castles is an awe-inspiring winter phenomenon that brings fairly tales to life. Th e frozen attraction is located in Midway, and is built using thousands of icicles hand-placed by professional artists. For hours and booking information, visit their website. icecastles.com/midway

DINE
The dining scene in Park City is full of unique and flavorful culinary options sure to please every taste and mood. Need an idea? Relax and peruse foodie news and mouth-watering menus in our Park City dining section.

ELECTRIC BIKES
Pedego Electric Bikes glide through the winter wonderland as riders escape to the mountains of Park City. Pedego Park City is equipped to rent or sell electric, studded fat tire bikes and Interceptors that break through snow and ice for a powerful, yet easy ride assisted by an electric throttle or pedal assist. Rent electric winter fun today!
pedegopc.com

FISH
Park City has two blue ribbon trout rivers within 15 minutes of Main St., fishable year-round. Winter months can bring some of the best fly fishing with low crowds and stunning snow-covered backdrops. troutbum2.com

GYM
With weekly Yoga, Fitness and Spin classes, state of the art equipment, a year-round heated lap pool, hot tub and sauna, Silver Mountain Sports Club is Park City’s premier fitness facility. Visitors and locals are welcome to purchase a day pass and experience their two locations, open 7 days a week. silvermountainsportsclub.com

HIKE
Park City has hundreds of trails to explore during winter months. Stop by the Samak Smokehouse to pick up your supplies that will make your trip into the alpine terrain of the Wasatch and Uinta Mountains complete. samaksmokehouse.com

ICE SKATING
Choose between the Park City Resort Center’s outdoor rink or head indoors to the Olympic size rink at the Park City Ice Arena. Bring your own gear or rent. parkcityice.org
parkcityicerink.com

JUPITER BOWL
This luxury bowling alley features 16 lanes, billiards and arcade and a fantastic menu. Watch big events on a huge projector screen while fun and games unfold around you. jupiterbowl.com

KIDS
Kids can act like kids at The Little Gym of Park City!  Through unique programs that revolve around active play, The Little Gym offers structured classes that build real gymnastics skills in a safe, clean, non-competitive atmosphere. Highly trained instructors teach specific lesson plans, and help each child build self-confi dence, independence, strength and coordination. The Little Gym of Park City offers weekly Parent Survival Nights as well as Camps over the holidays … visit Th e Little Gym of Park City’s website for more information and to book your class TODAY! tlgparkcityut.com

LIVE MUSIC
When the ski boots come off , put on your dancing shoes! Whether you’re in the mood for an intimate acoustic set or want to jam with some of the biggest names, there is no shortage of live music venues.

MUSEUM: PARK CITY MUSEUM
What was Park City like in the late 1800’s when silver was king? Find out at the Park City Museum, 528 Main Street. Explore the town’s history through , 528 Main Street. Explore the town’s history through interactivinteractive exhibitios, and try escaping from its territorial jail.
parkcityhistory.org

NORDIC SKIING AT JEREMY RANCH
With newly designed tracks available for skiers of all abilities Nordic Skiing at Jeremy Ranch is a perfect family activity in Park City. Th e Nordic center has food, rentals, tuning, Nordic apparel and ski’s for sale.
thejeremy.com

OPPORTUNITIES TO GIVE: PARK CITY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
Choose a non-profit you’re passionate about and spread the love by donating money to your favorite organization. Park City Community Foundation makes it easy for you to support your community. parkcitycf.org

PAINT MIXER
Top off your Park City experience with a creative adventure. The Paint Mixer studio is a playground for all ages to connect with creativity. Talented local artists take you step-by-step through painting on canvas, on wood to create your custom DIY ski trail sign and even on chocolate! With music to inspire your inner artist and local spirits for 21+ events, this is an experience not to be missed. From kids to adults, team building to parties, birthdays to bachelorettes…all ages, abilities and creative desires welcome!thepaintmixer.com/parkcity

PARK CITY INSTITUTE CONCERT
Locals know that PCHS, the local high school, has the biggest and best auditorium, seating 1,300 with state-of-the-art projection, sound, and lighting equipment. There’s not a bad seat in the house.
parkcityinstitute.org

QUESTIONS: PARK CITY VISITORS BUREAU
The Park City Chamber of Commerce/ Convention & Visitors Bureau’s mission is to promote our historic mountain resort community with an ongoing Olympic legacy and enhanced guest experience. Stop by the visitor center located at Kimball Junction or check out their website.
visitparkcity.com

RELAX
Knead a Massage is the place to go for an affordable results-oriented massage in Park City. Their friendly front desk staff will make you feel right at home and be sure that they place you with the perfect therapist for your needs. Whether you just want to relax, or find yourself in need of repair aft er a long day on the slopes, you will find their highly qualified Licensed Massage Therapists have just what you Knead!
kneadamassage.com

SNOWSHOEING
Destination Sports & Adventures customizes exhilarating snowshoe tours around Park City, and farther out in the Wasatch and Uinta Mountains for groups large and small. Expert guides will lead you through snowcapped aspen and pine forests, with meadows and breathtaking vistas. Keep your eyes open—you might see some extraordinary wildlife!
destinationsports.com

TASTING CLASS
Mountain Town Olive Oil, Park City’s premier destination for gourmet foods, presents The Next Course, a food and wine tasting class and demonstration. Sit back and relax while their professional chef prepares delicious recipes that will get your taste buds working overtime. Perfect for home chefs, private events, team building and corporate groups. mountaintownoliveoil.com

UTAH OLYMPIC PARK
Built for the 2002 Winter Olympics, the UOP draws visitors and participants from around the world. Our Olympic athletes train here. Zip lines, adventure courses and the bobsled ride are thrilling. View their two free museums and enjoy the café. utaholympiclegacy.org

VIKING YURT
Your European dining adventure begins at Park City Mountain base area with a scenic sleigh ride to the Viking Yurt high up at 8,100 ft . elevation. The six-course delectable meal, with a Norwegian fl air, is accompanied by live music and high hospitality. vikingyurt.com.

WASATCH WOOL
Margaux Kelleher opened Wasatch and Wool Yarns to share her love of knitting and beautiful yarn from around the world.  Knitters, spinners, and crochet enthusiasts are invited to join a workshop or class. Colors and textures from hand-dyed and exotic yarns showcase your perfect skein. wasatchandwool.com

XPRESS: THE ELECTRIC
WAY TO GET AROUND
Park City’s fare free transit system is the best way to get around town. You can’t miss Park City’s new sustainable transportation, the Electric Xpress, wrapped with lightning bolt images. These buses are quiet, clean and efficient. They get you to Main Street lightning fast too!
parkcity.org

YODELING AT GOLDENER HIRSCH
The Goldener Hirsch will wow your appetite with a wonderful Bavarian menu and delight your ears in traditional Austrian music – complete with a yodeler and accordionist.
goldenerhirschinn.com

ZOO
Winter and the spring seasons are a GREAT time to visit Utah’s Hogle Zoo as the Zoo is OPEN ALL YEAR! The animals are generally more ACTIVE, the crowds are fewer in number, admission prices are lower, and guests can have a much better one-on-one experience with most of the animals. So put on a warm coat, grab your umbrella, and visit Hogle Zoo this winter—it’s the Zoo’s best kept secret!
hoglezoo.org

NEAR OR FAR, WILD OR MILD, THE PARK CITY AREA HAS UNIQUE AND UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCES FOR EVERYONE.