The Utah Olympic Park featured the 2002 Olympic Winter Games as a prime competition venue: the Park held Nordic jumping, bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton. Now there are nearly 400 acres of sporting facilities and visitor areas that can accommodate over 300,000 people. Watch athletes in training; explore the Alf Engen Ski History Museum and 2002 Eccles Winter Olympic Museum; daily guided tours of the Olympic competition sites; public bobsled rides starting in December; and chair lifts to the K120 Ski Jump’s summit.
Mountain Vista has action and adventure in Park City throughout the seasons. In the winter, hike with guides who are knowledgeable about the trees, wildlife, and history of the area. Go snowshoeing and sightsee at once in the glistening Park City snow. During the summer months, go trail running, hiking, and mountain biking as the guides give you tours of Park City’s natural history and beauty. To complete the day, take advantage of one of the private yoga sessions or receive a massage.
With a reputation of success and professionalism, Utah Pro Fly Fishing transfers its passion for the river to eager patrons. Their motto is even “No fish, no pay," ensuring that customers receive the apex of service and care. Expect to receive personal instruction by the Utah Fly Fishing guides, leading to a the confidence and skills needed for fly fishing Utah’s rivers.
Locally owned and operated, Red Pine Adventures offers winter snowmobile tours and summer horseback riding right from their location in Park City. The guided snowmobiling tours last 2 hours and take place on Polaris Sport 500 snowmobiles; suits and helmets are provided. Horseback riding tours come in three different packages: 1 ½ hour, 2 hour, and ½ day tours.
Park City Balloon Adventures offers visitors stunning, memorable hot-air balloon rides. Choose from ½ hour, 1 hour and Wasatch mountain adventure flight. Enjoy continental breakfast, champagne and flight certificates. Park City Balloon Adventures fly in the mornings and operate all year.
The Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter is LEED Certified and perfect for nature enthusiasts. The 1,200-acre nature Preserve and 10,000 square-feet building have interactive displays about the environment. There are weekly nature tours, wildlife viewing, summer camps, environmental education for children and adults, evening lectures, and more. Hike, bike, or walk to the benches surrounding the beautiful overlook.
For watersports in Park City, look to Destination Sports and Adventures! They offer guided Weber River rafting and kayak trips, biking, hiking, ATV, horseback riding, and other activities. Trips range from afternoon outings to multi-day escapades. Mountain bike, inflatable kayak, river tubes, and stand up paddle board rentals available.
Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay designed The Jeremy in fall of 1981, drawing golfers from each corner of the globe who sought the charm, mystique, and grandeur of its greens. The championship course is one of the most beautiful of its kind, with a unique western setting replete with the Wasatch Mountains foothills. Enjoy the fairways brushed with pine, aspen trees and low brush, as well as the natural creek.
Park City Food Tours is a wealth of guided walking, conversing, historical, and culinary experiences in one tour. Meeting at Park City’s Main Street, the tour continues along the street to give visitors a unique perspective of the city. Get a taste of several restaurants, explore Park City’s art, relax in the spas, and indulge in Main Street’s other attractions.
Where else can visitors sulk in the sordid past of Park City? Park City Ghost Tours takes guests on a 75-minute walking tour of historic Park City while sharing the ghost stories and history of Main Street’s haunted buildings. The tours leave daily from Miner's Park at 7pm, and reservations are required 24-hours in advance.
The Park City Museum preserves the mining and ski history of Park City—from within a newly renovated site. Pictorials and exhibits capture the city’s wonderful past. Check out a family backpack, which guides you through the exhibits and while providing hands-on activities.
The Commemorative Air Force Utah Wing Museum deserves a visit from both proud citizens and veterans alike. The Museum boasts a collection of aircraft and other memorabilia from WWII, the Korean, and the Vietnam War eras. Aircraft rides are available.
The Park City Yoga Studio is open 7 days a week for Park City citizens and visitors. The studio offers myriads of Hatha yoga styles. Choose from Power, Flow, Anusara, Gentle, Core Fusion, Hot Yoga, Back Care, and Pole Fitness. There are Private Yoga sessions, Thai Yoga Therapy and also Ayurvedic consultations.
J & G Grill’s rather unassuming title is unbecoming of the restaurant itself, which is a masterpiece among Contemporary American dining venues. The menu of light but flavorful dishes seems to mirror the ambiance: an exhibition kitchen, double-sided wood-burning fireplaces, walls glistening in quartz, walnut ceruse ceilings, and supernal vistas of the slopes place an exclamation point on the experience. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily, J & G Grill is at the behest of its customers and under the culinary genius of Jean-Georges Vongerichten. The appetizers, gourmet pizzas, quality meats, local produce, fresh fish, and side dishes are sure to woo the palate. To accompany your meal, choose from the largest wine collection in Utah, with more than 1,100 labels and over 10,000 bottles.
With an atmosphere of timeless, luxurious indulgence, Apex is the signature restaurant of the Montage Deer Valley Resort. Inspired by the resort’s mountain craftsman mantra, Apex awes with entrées like the Au Poivre Steak & Frites, Heirloom Red Quinoa, Utah Trout Amandine, and Moroccan Chicken. These are served with crafted cocktails and fine wines—all of which being bolstered by the experience of live entertainment. Choose to dine al fresco on the outdoor terrace or within the gallant dining rooms. Apex also serves hearty breakfasts and delicious lunches.
Championing a menu of “Freestyle Asian Cuisine,” Shabu was voted “Park City's Best Restaurant” and one of Conde Nast Traveler's “Top 12 New Restaurants in the U.S.” The acclaimed Shabu is the pride of Nobu-trained chef Robert Valaika, who specializes in hot-pot cooking. There are small “cold” plates like Yellowtail Jalapeño, “hot” plates like the Wagyu Beef Hot Rock, signature dishes like the Miso Glazed Black Cod and Shabu Shabu, and large plates like the Pan Seared Grouper. The dishes are grandly designed, as well as the outdoor seating and indoor ambiance.
Adolph’s possesses a character and grace that comes naturally to the Swiss. Bringing such allure to Park City, Adolph Imboden dazzles with both European and American gourmet cuisine. Enjoy traditional dishes such as Bundnerfleisch and Steak Diane, while the grill room specializes in fondue.
Drawing inspiration from the Alps of Europe, Fireside Dining at the Empire Canyon Lodge boasts four courses served from five stone fireplaces. Featured menu items include warm Swiss raclette cheese, cured meats, salads, wholesome stews, potato rosti, risotto or polenta, fire-roasted leg of lamb, fresh-baked breads, and dessert fondues. There is a full bar with select wines and imported beer. Before dinner, take to the horse-drawn sleigh rides or snowshoe trekking through the snow.
The Viking Yurt is accessed by way of a snowcat-pulled sleigh ride up 1,000 vertical feet, making for incredible views of the starlit sky, trees, mountains, and Park City itself. Featuring Nordic fine dining, The Viking Yurt does not rush its meals: glogg is served upon arrival, followed by soup, salad, intermezzo, the entrée, a cheese course, and dessert. A live pianist accompanies the meals.
Good Karma is Park City's nationally acclaimed Indo-Persian restaurant. The venue was featured in Bon Appétit Magazine and Rachel Ray's Tasty Travelers for its memorable dining experience and wonderful dishes. The food is entirely unique and health-driven: enjoy items such as the Begumi Platter, South Indian Winter Squash Soup, Raj Tiger Shrimp Kebab, and Good Karma Lamb Curry Good Karma also serves breakfast and lunch.
Flanagan's is relatively new to historic Main Street. The restaurant specializes in Traditional Irish “Fayre,” with corned beef and cabbage, fish and chips, shepherd’s pie, and the Boxty Dishes. They also serve American fare like salads, sandwiches, steaks, chops, and burgers. Important to note, Flanagan's serves true Irish pints of Guinness.
Cena Ristorante is one of Park City’s finest Italian restaurants, presenting an après-ski menu in a family-friendly atmosphere that’s close to the slopes of Deer Valley. Cena crafts a wonderful flat bread pizza, which is prepared on a wood-burning oven. Their pasta is incredibly fresh as well. The restaurant is located in the lobby of The Chateaux.
Edge Steakhouse is a highly acclaimed steakhouse in Park City. Hearkening back to the eras of supper clubs, Edge strives to create a new experience for each of its guests. The dishes are crafted with fresh seafood and quality, aged and Wagyu beef. The wines and specialty drinks list is most impressive and well worth a glance.
From its position on Park City’s Historic Main Street, Prime is not only a steakhouse but a full-service Piano Bar. The dining rooms are intimately designed and the staff are 15-year veterans. Enjoy aged, Midwestern, corn-fed beef with steaks prepared in a 1800-degree broiler. There is live music nightly.
As one of Park City’s premier bakeries and cafes, Windy Ridge offers an expectedly diverse array of tasty treats. Executive Pastry Chef Stephanie Krizman awes with artisan breads, French pastries, and gourmet soups, salads, and entrées. The Bakery also serves housemade ice cream, sorbet, and specialty cakes. New menus are reserved for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Italy has come to Park City in the form of Cortona Italian Café: enjoy Italian Paninis, fresh homemade pasta, and Artisan Gelato for lunch and dinner. On Saturday evenings, Cortona serves three-course dinners in true Italian style. Be sure to try the affogato: a scoop of gelato topped with a shot of smooth espresso!
The name doesn’t lie: Deer Valley Grocery Café is at once a gourmet grocery store and fine café. Predominantly, however, they are known for serving specialty coffee, soups, chilies, stews, salads, paninis, homemade breads and other bakery fare. Guests may also choose take-away entrées and desserts, as well as selections of wine, beer, and liquor.
Java Cow Café & Bakery is a cute coffee shop specializing in coffee drinks that feature Caffe Ibis. Enjoy a wide selection of delicious handcrafted lattes, organic, and fair-traded coffee and freshly baked pastries. The bakery is onsite, allowing for everything to be made from scratch in-house. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served at Java Cow.
Freshly baked muffins and a cup of hot coffee is all the persuasion one needs to visit Kristi's Coffee Café. After exploring the city and enjoying the wintry fun, come to the Legacy Lodge, where Kristi's Coffee Café resides. It allows for a constant flow of yummy beverages—including Amante's Coffee—and fresh treats.
It’s no secret that Park City Coffee Roaster is one of the city’s finest. Being a small batch roaster, they roast between 20 and 25 lbs at once according to the traditions of the Roasters Guild of America. Each cup of coffee is brewed with special attention and care, giving due respect to the growing, harvesting and selection process. There are two locations: the Kimball Art Center on Main Street and Kimball Junction.
365 days out of the year, expect boiled, baked bagels fresh from Wasatch Bagel & Grill. They have full breakfasts featuring pancakes and omelettes, a full grill menu with burgers, French dips, paninis, wraps, and more. Enjoy coffee, lattes, mochas, smoothies, and more for your morning.
Warm wood seating and cozy palettes of red complement a bar that’s already fastened for fun. Cisero’s boasts of multiple seating areas, billiards, a full bar, and large flatscreen televisions. Special events are held all week, including live DJ sets, movie nights, live karaoke, the NFL on Sundays—and even live showings of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” Sunday evenings. Cisero’s will fill your nighttime itinerary to the brim.
Downstairs is a hip, contemporary nightclub in Park City’s Historic Main Street. Combining elements of a lounge, bar and entertainment space, Downstairs is great place for live dance sets and events that cater to all tastes. National house musicians, bands, DJs, and celebrity acts all come to Downstairs.
Park City Live hosts Film Festival, corporate and world-class events, and acts. As the largest venue of its kind on Main Street, Park City Live draws crowds each week. Live performances and music are the specials of the night, so check out the website for details of upcoming events.
Collie's Sports Bar & Grill is a new member of Park City’s collection of bars. Family owned and operated, Collie’s is also a restaurant. The food changes with the seasons to ensure the freshest of local ingredients. Watch American football, European football, baseball, and basketball on the large, high-definition televisions.
The world’s only ski-in distillery, High West Distillery is therefore located at the base of the Town Lift. In addition to their full-service bar, tasting room, and alpine-inspired menu, High West also features educational tours of the distilling operation. Learn how they make whiskey and vodka before sampling it.
After a day on the slopes head to Legends Bar & Grill. Feast on their grilled chicken nachos, warm spinach, and artichoke dip while sipping on one of their signature drinks. For dinner, the 8 oz. Kobe Beef Legends Burger is a local favorite. Looking for something lighter? Try the homemade French onion soup or Ahi tuna salad.
Home to the Buffalo Burger and a great location on Historic Main Street, No Name Saloon is central to Park City’s bar culture. Global and local wall art and décor serves as visual appeal, with 3 bars and 17 high-definition televisions paving the way for entertainment. Guests may even choose to cavort on the heated rooftop patio.
From Abercrombie & Fitch, Ann Taylor and Adidas to Zales and Zumiez, Tanger Outlets is well recognized for its quality brands and wide selections at each of its outlet locations. Its Park City location is no different and savvy shoppers can expect to find numerous offers, sales and events weekly. Tanger Outlets’ website even features coupons. Enjoy al fresco shopping and the beautiful ambiance of Park City while shopping Tanger Outlets.
With 3 Park City locations, Deer Valley Signature stores are the perfect place to find memorable souvenirs, exclusive apparel, blankets, accessories, glassware, and exclusive Deer Valley logo merchandise. They also sell specialty food items made right in Deer Valley’s kitchens—such as the legendary Turkey Chili mix or Fireside fig grain mustard. Signatures also sells general admission tickets for any of Deer Valley’s Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater concerts and performances during the summer!
Having expanded from Sun Valley, Idaho to Park City, Panache now brings its fashion-forward apparel to you. They offer contemporary women's clothing by Brunello Cucinelli, Current/Elliott, Diane von Furstenburg, Elizabeth and James, Equipment, Goldsign, Haute Hippie, Henry Cuir, Mille, Mother, TSE, and Thomas Wylde.
Locally owned and operated, Park City Clothing features women’s, men’s and children’s apparel, home furnishings, jewelry, shoes, accessories, purses, belts and hats, and more. Brands offered include Pendleton, Brighton, Double D, Ryan Michael, Komarov, NYDJ Jeans, Smartwool, Acorn, Filson, Woolrich, Stetson, Timberland, Merrell, Naot, Minnetonka, Ariat, Corral, Lucchese, and Tony Lama Western Boots.
Canyon Mountain Sports is located in the Resort Village and Ski Demo Center by the Red Pine Lodge. Find the latest in quality skis from Volkl, Rossignol, Salomon, K2, Blizzard, Nordica, and Scott, along with boots from Nordica, Rossignol, Salomon, and Tecnica. A comfortable supply of outerwear and accessories from The North Face, Bogner, Spyder, Orage, Killy, and Descente will keep you bundled on the hills. Lastly, find an assortment of Canyons logo merchandise.
Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) is 4 miles west of Downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. SLC is a hub for Delta Air Lines and Delta Connection carriers SkyWest Airlines and Endeavor Air with nearly 300 departures daily. The airport also services Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, United Express, American Airlines, American Eagle, US Airways and US Airways Express. International flights span Canada, Mexico, France and Asia. Ground transportation to and from SLC is available via the TRAX/Light Rail and Bus. Car rentals are available through Avis, Enterprise, Hertz, Budget and other companies. Additional transportation is serviced through City Cab, Ute Cab and Yellow Cab.
Park City operates a free transit system with routes to the Canyons Resort, Deer Valley Resort, Empire Pass, Jeremy Ranch Park & Ride lot, Kimball Junction, Park City Resort, Park Meadows, Pinebrook, Prospector Square, Silver Lake Village, Silver Springs, Silver Summit/Highland Estates, and Thaynes Canyon. All buses are ADA accessible.