Shop Local at Kimball Junction

Kimball Junction can be easy to overlook if you’re on the way to the mountain or historic Old Town. But tucked back near the Swaner Nature Preserve, you will find a plethora of locally owned and operated businesses, services, restaurants and workout facilities. This local treasure is filled with many hidden gems waiting to become your new favorite place to visit.

Here are six of our favorite local go-tos, but these are merely the tip of the Kimball iceberg.

Chop Shop is Kimball Junction’s first and only full-service butchery. Chef John Courtney helped bring the butcher shop and tasting room to life with his knowledge and expertise.

Locally sourced, sustainable and high-quality products are the Shop’s cornerstone, as Chef Courtney fosters relationships with the farmers, ranchers and purveyors used by the shop. In their words, better quality “just tastes better.” He focuses on whole-animal butchery, which means he can give clients hard-to-find cuts of meat and specialty items.

Beyond the butcher counter, Chop Shop crafts wood-fired Detroit-style pizzas, European-style deli sandwiches and gourmet to-go foods. The shop is the ideal source for charcuterie meats and cheeses and pantry items like crackers, oils, vinegars and caviar.
Whether you’re looking for a specialty item, want guaranteed great quality meats or a tasty meal, Chop Shop is an easy choice.

The goal of PC Yoga Collective is three-fold: to provide a supportive environment for yoga instructors, growth and accessibility for clients and students, and to bring the best instructors to the community.

In most traditional yoga studios, the instructor makes the same rate per class, regardless of attendees. Many times this means the instructor makes less than one dollar per student. So where does the rest of the class fee go? PC Yoga operates differently, so its instructors are paid their worth, more than half of the class fee, whether that’s a $15 drop-in or a class pack.

Classes at PC Yoga Collective are heated with radiant heat. Rather than forced air systems blowing hot air and dust around, heated panels mimic the sun’s warmth on the floor and yogis’ bodies. And coming soon to Kimball Junction is PC Yoga Collective’s sister studio, B-Side, providing non-heated yoga classes.


Since 2010, Alpine Apothecary has created personal relationships with and medicines for its clients. It differs from a typical pharmacy In that it compounds its medicines specifically for the user rather than delivering mass-produced medications.

Compounding is beneficial to those with allergies, dosage forms for those unable to take medicine the way it is offered originally, flavor aversions or if drugs are no longer available from mainstream sources. Medicine is wholly personalized to the patients’ needs. They specialize in  hormone replacement therapy, dermatology, veterinary medicine and nutritional supplements.

The Apothecary is in good standing with the Utah Board of Pharmacy, uses high-quality reliable ingredients and chemicals and does routine third-party quality control and testing of its products. Recycle Utah awarded Alpine Apothecary with its Green Business Resiliency Award, recognizing its commitment to our environment.

More than just Pilates, Club Pilates offers nine signature reformer fusion classes, from cardio and TRX to reformer Pilates and interval training, based on Joseph Pilates’ original method with modern enhancements.

Pilates is beneficial to Park City athletes that ski, run, play tennis, cycle and beyond. Consistent Pilates training aids balance, strength, mobility and flexibility. Its range of classes offers toning, stretching, balance, muscle restoration, HIIT and much more.

The boutique studio in Park City has introduction classes to experience Pilates for 30 minutes with instructors that have over 500 hours of comprehensive training. Become a monthly member or sign up for your first class free of charge. Club Pilates is for all ages and experience levels. Scheduling classes is simple for beginners and Pilates pros alike.

From active to après, Northland Mountain Boutique is filled with sustainable clothing and gear for your next adventure near or far. The store opened in 2022 after owner Carolina de Martino was in Utah for an outdoor industry tradeshow and discovered the beauty of Park City. The technical outfitter store is for those who do it all, who go from work to play to après and repeat it all over again the next day.

De Martino also owns retail stores in Patagonia, Argentina. Similar to Park City, Patagonia is known for its mountains, desert and outdoor lifestyle, which is why Northland fits perfectly in Kimball Junction.

At Northland, you’ll find brands like Birkenstock, Cotopaxi, ON Cloud, PrAna, Vuori, TenTree, its Austrian namesake Northland and many others. It supports brands that nurture our planet and protect the environments we love.


Jen and Dean Tutor opened the ‘mountain-desert lifestyle shop’ to honor and celebrate the Park City way of life. This Kimball Junction favorite is known as the place to find unique gifts for friends and loved ones.

The store features women’s clothing brands and accessories, jewelry, greeting cards, coffee table books and cookbooks, delectable candles, self-care products, home décor and more. Visitors can take something home with them to remind them of the magic of the West, while locals can support a locally run business that provides artisan-made goods.

The Tutors aim to embody the Park City outdoor, unpretentious and easy-going lifestyle, “Indigo Highway is based around the concept of connectivity. We believe we are all connected by the indigo sky above and indigo water below as one big global community.