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It was a pleasure staying at your Guest House and even if we didn’t get any fresh snow we still had a good time in Park City. And if I ever get back at least I know where to stay!
We left Powder Mountain early Tuesday morning when the snow storm started and arrived in Alta just in time when they opened. After that we got at least at foot of fresh snow every day until we left this Saturday and had some awesome skiing. Just how good it was you can see from this youtube film.I’m the guy with the little visor on the helmet, Marcus is the one surfing on the snow, and Malin looks like someone from Star Wars with her black helmet and white goggles
Give our best to Adrianne!
Wow, the end of January is turning out to be just a bit better than how it started. We have gotten dumped on these past few weeks and more is on the horizon. Here are some pics of some of the OldTownGuestHouse patrons enjoying the fresh Park City snow.
It’s here! Yes, I mean the white stuff. Snow has begun tumbling out of the sky and covering Park City’s top ranked resorts in “The Greatest Snow on Earth” and we are waiting for you to come and play!
It’s time to start planning your winter vacation so you can get an early bird deal on over 9,000 acres of skiable terrain and 371 trails just waiting for you! With our world-class resorts, more than 100 restaurants and bars as well as dozens of shops and endless choices of off-slope activities, you can count on enjoying an unparalleled ski vacation.
to run in the Transrockies Run, one of the most prestigious and elite races in North American trail running! Go Deb!!!
This year from August 23-28, up to 150 teams of two will take on the Colorado Rockies for a running experience like no other. During the six days of the GORE-TEX™ TransRockies Run, runners from all over the world will run, eat and live together as they cover 113 miles of spectacular scenery, fully supported by a dedicated and professional Event Team who will look after all aspects of their food, accommodations and on-course support.
The Park City Museum offers historic tours Monday through Friday at 2 p.m. Tours leave from the second floor of the museum, 528 Main St., and cost $5. Patrons are encouraged to arrive a few minutes early, and to wear sunscreen and comfortable shoes. The tutorial begins with a trudge to the top of the street.
Here’s a quick taste of the kind of interesting history you might encounter on the way.
In 1901, when miners and their families were allowed to move into town, Main Street quickly became an epicenter of debauchery and pollution. Silver Creek earned the pejorative Poison Creek because of the mine tailing and other waste it carried from claims. The air was so dirty that housewives somewhat dubiously complained about clothes disintegrating when hung outside to dry.
If you want to learn about the fascinating past of Park City, Main Street is the place to start. It’s also a great place to get acquainted with the Park City of today!
Autumn Classics Music Festival – Classical music festival held the first two weeks of October – during one of Park City’s most beautiful and inviting seasons. Audiences enjoy concerts featuring world-renowned artists performing at indoor venues surrounded by fall scenery.
Big Stars Bright Nights Concert Series – The Park City Performing Arts Foundation presents concerts under the stars at Deer Valley Resort Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater.
Deer Valley Music Festival – Utah’s Symphony and Opera’s Deer Valley Music Festival presents Friday Classical concerts, Saturday Pops concerts, and fully staged operas at Deer Valley Resort Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater. Chamber concerts are held on Wednesdays and Thursday in the more intimate setting of St. Mary’s Church.
Eccles Center – In 1998, after tremendous fundraising efforts, the theater opened its doors as the George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Center for the Performing Arts. The Park City Performing Arts Foundation has filled the center with dance, music, theater, comedy, children’s productions and authors every year since then. The Eccles Center is located at 1750 Kearns Boulevard in Park City. Performances start at 7:30 p.m.
Mountain Town Stages – Produces, fosters and supports live music by programming five outdoor venues throughout Summit County; producing indoor concerts from January to March; including “Music Makers” and “The Cow Ballet;” assisting private clubs, restaurants, and non-profit organizations to program live music; and programming resort stages including the Local Summer Concert Series at Deer Valley Resort Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater and “the world’s greatest apres ski party” at The Canyons Resort in March and April.