Monthly Archives: August 2013
For 50 years, our mountain has been part of one of America’s great ski towns. Over time, Park City has become a year-round destination not only for skiers and snowboarders, but hikers, bikers, wine enthusiasts, film buffs, paddleboarders, music lovers, trail runners, art festival goers, foodies, marathoners and even wanna-be cowboys.
Outside gave the article’s author just 72 hours to find out if Park City had the chops to hold up to a title like ‘Best Town Ever.’ That turned out to be plenty of time: from world-class skiing and snowboarding to 370 miles of hiking & biking trails, a blue-ribbon trout stream, amazing restaurants and our own ski in/ski out whiskey distillery (just for starters) – there’s plenty to do here winter and summer. Of course you can do all this whether you live here or not, but getting enough time to check everything off your to-do list is another matter.
Stage Six of the Tour of Utah returns to Park City on Sunday, August 11, the second consecutive year for the Stage Start and the highly anticipated finish on Park City’s Historic Main Street. In addition to being the best spot to watch all of the cycling action, Historic Main Street becomes a festival for a day with kids’ activities, beer gardens, dining decks, public viewing areas, the Park Silly Sunday Market and the popular Tour of Utah Expo and Autograph Alley. Be sure to check out the Tour of Utah offers for special deals during the weekend.
Book your lodging at Old Town Guest House, Park City’s only Bed & Breakfast Inn. Walk to Main Street and all the Festival activities!!