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 Facts & Figures

Geographic Setting and Elevation:
Park City is located in the heart of the Wasatch Mountains, part of the Rocky Mountain Range.  Within the city limits, altitudes range from 6,720 ft. to 8,460 ft. above sea level. The surrounding Wasatch Mountains rise to over 10,000 ft.
More than 7,000 residents live in Park City proper year-round, while nearly 30,000 people reside in Summit County.
Climate and Snowfall:

Winter temperatures in Park City average between 24 and 33 degrees Fahrenheit. Summers average 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Average snowfall is 143 inches in town and 350 inches at the resorts.
Park City was incorporated as a city in 1884. More than $400 million in silver was mined from the hills surrounding Park City in its mining heyday, creating 23 millionaires, including George Hearst, father of  newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst. Today, Park City is a unique blend of the old and new. Sixty-four of Park City's buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, many of which are located along the town's Main Street, and more than 1,200 miles of tunnels wind through the surrounding mountains, remnants of the mining era.



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 Winter Activities

Activities abound for those who want to be outside, participate in the winter fun of Park City and enjoy The Greatest Snow on Earth! Activities range from taking a quiet stroll through town before it awakens to skiing down your favorite trail, going for a romantic sleigh ride, snow tubing with your children or even flying down a bobsled track at 70 miles per hour. There's something for everyone in Park City!

Bobsled Rides
Experience the ride of a lifetime on a 15-curve, 8/10ths of a mile track traveling up to 70 miles per hour and experiencing 4 G's of force from the top of the Olympic bobsled track with the equivalent of a 40-story drop in just over a minute! There is an age limit of 14 years old and riders should be in good health.  
Cross-Country Skiing
Enjoy the serenity of cross-country skiing through remote and pristine backcountry while enjoying the splendor of being outdoors. The following companies offer Cross-Country Skiing gear and guided tours: Norwegian Outdoor Exploration and White Pine Touring Center.

Disabled Recreation
The National Ability Center has an extensive skiing program for individuals with disabilities. The center's alpine skiing and snowboarding program has instruction in 3-track, 4-track, mono-ski, bi-ski and guiding blind skiers as well as instruction for the developmentally disabled.

Dog Sledding
See the Wasatch Mountain Range from a dog sled with All Seasons Adventures.

Downhill Skiing
With 9,321 acres of The Greatest Snow on Earth, 384 runs and 56 lifts, skiing in Park City has never been better. Home of three world-class resorts, Park City has something for everyone, ranging from lessons for beginners to moguls and chutes for expert skiers and everything in between. For further information on skiing at 7 area mountains, go to our Mountain Resorts Info page.  


Ice Skating
A small outdoor rink is located at the base of PCMR. You may bring your own skates or rent them at the rink.  
Sleigh Rides
Oh, what fun it is to ride in a one-horse open sleigh! The following companies offer late afternoon and/or dinner Sleigh Rides throughout the winter: Boulder Mountain Ranch, Snowed Inn Sleigh Company, and The Viking Yurt.

Snowboarders can rip in numerous terrain parks, halfpipes and acres of free riding at Park City Mountain Resort, featuring the Eagle Superpipe used for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, and The Canyons. Snowboarding is not allowed at Deer Valley Resort. For further information on snowboarding at 6 area mountains, go to our Mountain Resorts Info page.
An exciting adventure to areas of pristine wilderness only accessible via snowmobile. The following companies offer guided and/or self-guided snowmobile tours throughout Weber Canyon, Red Pine Canyon, and the Uinta Mountains: Park City Snowmobile Adventures Recreation Ventures, Red Pine Adventures, Snowmobile Adventures at Thousand Peaks and Summit Meadows Adventures. Gorgoza Park in Jeremy Ranch also offers a mini-snowmobile course for kids.

Snowshoeing gives gung-ho hikers something to do when snow covers their favorite trails and is a beautiful way to get close to nature. The following companies offer Snowshoeing gear and guided tours; All Seasons Adventures, The Norwegian Outdoor Exploration Center, and White Pine Touring Center.


Snow tubing
Gorgoza Tubing Park in Jeremy Ranch (10 minute drive) offers lighted lift-served tubing and mini-snowmobiles. It has 3 lifts which service 3 beginner and 4 advanced tubing runs and a mini-snowmobile course for kids under 12. The Heber Valley Railroad offers Tube 'n' Train snow tubing. Shuttle service from Park City takes you to Heber where the train departs at 11 am and returns at 2 pm.  The train stops at a 1,000 ft groomed tubing hill with a tow lift at Soldier Hollow.



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 Summer Activities

Park City is a whole new place in the summertime! On the mountains, instead of skiing or snowboarding, you can hike or mountain bike. Instead of snowshoeing, snowmobiling or cross country skiing, you can play tennis, golf or horseback ride. For the children, instead of snowtubing, ice skating or sleigh rides, they can ride the ziprider, alpine slide or bungy jump. Park City really is the Summer Playground for Everyone!

For further information about trail maps and summer activities at Park City’s and the surrounding area’s mountain resorts, please go to our Mountain Resorts Info page.

Biking - Mountain and Trail

Park City offers some of the best mountain biking or road cycling available. The three resorts provide lift-served, single- and double-track mountain biking during the summer months. With 300+ miles of public trails, visitors can experience mountain excursions ranging from mellow, scenic rides to adrenaline-raising thrills on steeper terrain. Road cyclists can enjoy picturesque rides through Park City’s historic district or on the country roads that meander through nearby farming communities.

The following companies offer bike rentals and guided tours:
All Seasons Adventures Beyond Limits, Cole Sport, Jans Mountain Outfitters, Norwegian Outdoor Exploration Center, and White Pine


Whether with family or friends or on a guided tour, hiking is a perfect way to enjoy the mountains surrounding Park City. Hikers are welcome on any section of Park City’s 300+ miles of public trails. Visitors can enjoy scenic strolls on paved trails or adventurous hikes through steep and rocky terrain. The three Park City resorts provide lift-served hiking in the summertime. The following companies offer guided hikes: Beyond Limits, Mountain Vista Touring, and White Pine Touring.


Horseback Riding

  • Rocky Mountain Recreation of Utah has 3 locations. At PCMR and DVR they offer 1 and 2 hour trail rides. At their Rocking “R” Ranch they offer breakfast, lunch or dinner rides.

  • Red Pine Adventures offers guided tours by the hour or half-day.

  • Wind in Your Hair Riding offers guided tours for experienced and intermediate riders. Beginners need a lesson first.


  • Homestead is an 18 hole, 7,000 yards, Par 72, Rating 73.0 (White) public golf course located in Midway (20 miles from PC). It was designed by Bruce Summerhays. Clubhouse, driving range, chipping green, practice bunker, rentals. Tee times taken up to 7 days in advance. Lessons available.

  • Mountain Dell Golf Course has two 18 hole, 6,416/6,049 yards, Par 72/71, Rating 68 public golf courses located in Salt Lake City (20 miles from PC). The Canyon and Lake courses make for some wonderful golf. Clubhouse, putting and chipping greens, driving range. Tee times taken up to 7 days in advance and clubs can be rented.

  • Park City Golf Club is an 18 hole, 6,400 yards, Par 72, Rating 69.7 (White) public golf course. It is a challenging course located at the base of PCMR with hilly terrain, abundant lakes, aspens and firs. Clubhouse, driving range, chipping green and club rentals. Tee times taken up to 7 days in advance. Spike-less shoes required.

  • Park Meadows Golf Club is an 18 hole, 6,847 yards, Par 72, Rating 70 (White)  private course located in Park City. The course was designed in the traditional Scottish style by Jack Nicklaus and is home to a Senior PGA tour event. Clubhouse, driving range, putting and chipping greens, practice bunker and club rentals. Tee times taken up to 6 months in advance by members only.

  • Wasatch Mountain State Park has two 18 hole, 6,942/6,459 yards, Par 72/71, Rating 69.2 (White) public courses located in Midway (20 miles from PC). The first course is a lakes course and the second is a mountain course. Clubhouse, Driving Range, Chipping Green, Putting Green. Tee times taken up to 7 days in advance. Soft-spiked shoes required.

PCMR's "Base Playground"

PCMR has a wealth of activities for “kids” of all ages! “The playground” is a wonderfully kid friendly amusement area full of activities to make any child smile! The alpine slide, zipline (see below), climbing wall, human maze, legacy launcher, diggler scooters, miniature golf and horseback riding will keep them occupied for quite some time.



Park City is home to one of the best outdoor skateboard parks around. Featuring the 20,000 square foot skate park and miles of paved trails, PC is a great place to bring your board or blades.



Park City Racquet Club, within a 2 minute walk, has 4 indoor and 7 outdoor courts. Their fee is $10/hour to play outdoors and $32/hour to play indoors. The City Park has 2 outdoor public courts. Silver Mountain Sports Club and Spa has 2 outdoor courts.  


Water Sports

There are 4 reservoirs not far from Park City perfect for water skiing and boating; Deer Creek, Rockport, Echo and Jordanelle Reservoirs. The Jordanelle Marina is only 5 miles away and offers rentals for sea kayaks, jet skis, ski, fishing, wakeboarding and pontoon party boats.  

White Water River Rafting

Park City Rafting offers 2 hour and full day Class II-III whitewater trips on the Weber River on Paddle-assist rafts (30 min. from PC).



PCMR’s “ZipRider” is a 60-second ride that suspends riders 110 feet above the resort’s ski runs, reaches speeds up to 60 mph, covers a distance of 2,300 feet with a vertical drop of 550 feet – the longest in the world. Utah Olympic Park’s “Xtreme Zip” reaches speeds up to 55 mph and covers a distance of 1,454 with a vertical drop of 435 feet.  



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 Year-Round Activities

Athletic Clubs

The Park City Racquet Club is the closest athletic club to our home (1 minute walk). It completed an extensive renovation in December of 2011 and is now an 85,000 square foot facility with a weight and fitness center, group fitness classes, gymnasium, 3 lane indoor track around perimeter of facility, lap pool, children's pool, indoor and outdoor tennis courts, bouldering wall, and game room. The daily drop-in fee is $10 per visit for each adult and $5 per visit for each child.



The local bowling lanes, Holiday Lanes, are located in Heber City.


Field Sports

The Basin Recreation Field House has a fitness room, indoor field and track, golf and batting cages.



During the winter, low water and hungry fish make conditions perfect. During the summer, enjoy the sun on your back as you relax and fish for hours at a time.

The following companies offer guided year-round fly-fishing adventures on a variety of rivers, streams or lakes; Park City Fly Shop, Park City Outfitters, and TroutBum2.


Hot Air Ballooning

See the breathtaking views of Park City in a way you’ve never seen before! The following companies offer hot air balloon rides: ABC Hot Air Balloons, Morning Star Balloons, and Park City Balloon Adventures.


The Park City Racquet Club (see above) offers Pilates as does The Pilates Studio.

Swimming (Indoor)

The Park City Aquatic Center at Ecker Hill Middle School has a large indoor pool that is open to the public during specific hours. The Park City Racquet Club (see above) has an outdoor heated lap pool. The Silver Mountain Sports Club has an outdoor heated lap pool and puts a dome over their main pool for the winter season.

Tennis (Indoor)

The Park City Racquet Club (see above) has four indoor tennis courts. The fee is $25/hour.

Utah Olympic Park

Utah Olympic Park Tour, offered daily, gives you an opportunity to see the 2002 Olympic competition sites of the bobsled, freestyle skiing hill, high altitude jumps, skeleton and luge tracks, as well as the Alf Engen Ski Museum at the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center.

There are cool interactive displays, games and topographic maps and they even feature a virtual reality ski theatre. You may even feel the rush of a bobsled ride! Or learn about freestyle, slopestyle, ski jumping, skeleton or luge in one of their learning or adventure sports camps for all ages.


The Park City Racquet Club (see above) offers Yoga as does The Park City Yoga Center and The Shop Yoga Studio.  



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When the time comes to take a break from the slopes or your mountain bike, hit the shops! Park City has 3 main shopping areas – Main Street, Redstone and the Tanger Outlet Center. You will find everything from art collectibles and handmade gift items to Western antiques and wildlife photography to stylish clothing for men, women and children.


Park City has 2 wonderful bookstores; Dolly’s Bookstore and Atticus Coffee, Books and Teahouse, both on Main Street.


On Historic Main Street, for the woman shopping for trendy clothing and shoes, try Zeta and Company (my favorite!), Mary Jane’s (shoes), Hilda (a little of everything), Chloe Lane Denim (denim, denim and more denim!), Chloe Lane Collections (very high end designer apparel), Great Garb and Bunya Bunya (funky).


For the western look of Pendleton, Woolrich and Ariat, try Park City Clothing Company. For beautiful leather and furs, visit Alaska Fur Gallery and Norsk Leather & Fur. For sporty clothing and gear, try Legacy Sports or Cole Sport. For sports gear for kids, visit KinderSport. For leather purses and fashionable sweats, try Roots. For the teenagers, try Quicksilver Boardriders Club.


Around Town, For Yoga gear, visit Park City Yoga Center. For kids gear, try Outdoor Kids. At Redstone, for trendy clothing, try both Vida and Changes. For teenagers, visit Helly Hansen.

Furniture, Home Furnishings & Gifts

At Redstone Towne Center, visit Paisley Pomegranate (my favorite!) and Rocky Mountain Baskets & Gifts.


On Main Street, visit O.C. Tanner, Tommy Knockers and Turquoise Door & Co.


Tanger Outlet Center

Tanger Outlet Center is located just off the Park City/Kimball Junction exit of I-80 and has 60 stores offering the best outlet prices. Stores include Banana Republic, Calvin Klein, Coach, Eddie Bauer, Gap, Harry and David, Limited Too, Mikasa, Nautica, Nike, Old Navy, Polo Ralph Lauren, Reebok and Tommy Hilfiger.



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 The Arts

Park City is a thriving, nationally-renowned art community. Browse through the local galleries, where you’ll find the best from local artists and designers, or take in a theater, live music or dance performance.


  • Coda Gallery features contemporary art.

  • Iron Horse Gallery features wind sculptures, oil paintings, watercolors, pastels, mixed-media pieces, jewelry, bronze sculptures and artistic fountains.

  • Lanny Barnard Gallery features oil paintings by Lanny Barnard, jewelry, antique books, bronzes and table art.

  • Mountain Trails features western art, contemporary landscapes, figurative work, still-lifes, wildlife paintings and sculpture and Native American and traditional portraits.

  • Old Town Gallery features art in all mediums and rare maps and prints from 16th – 20th centuries.

  • Phoenix Gallery features contemporary art.

  • Redstone Gallery features oil, watercolor, multi-media, bronze, glass and ceramic Art.

  • Scanlan’s Windows to the World features photography of sights from around the world.

  • Southwestern Expressions features mountain Southwest art, furnishings and jewelry.

  • Taminah Gallery features 20th century Realistic and Impressionistic paintings and sculptures.

  • Terzian Galleries features oil, pastel, acrylic, sculpture and glass art.

  • Tommy Knockers features bronze and porcelain art and jewelry.

  • West Light Images features contemporary American West photography.

  • Wild Spirits Nature Photography features photography of Gary Crandall and Tom Till.    

  • Wilshire Galleries features contemporary art and sculpture.


Alf Engen Ski Museum has state of the art virtual exhibits and has extensive collections of ski, Olympic and Paralympic memorabilia. It is located at the Utah Olympic Park.


Kimball Art Center is a not-for-Profit community art center which features exhibits from Utah artists as well as national touring exhibits in three galleries. It also hosts popular art events like the monthly ‘Last Fridays Arts & Eats Gallery Stroll’ and the Cadillac Park City Art Festival every August.


Park City Museum is the home of the original territorial jail, known as “the Dungeon”, circa 1885, and offers visitors a chance to travel back in time to explore the mining-to-skiing history that makes Park City so unique.


Music and Theater

The Eccles Center for the Performing Arts has hosted a wide range of musicians, comedians, theater companies, dance troupes and educational film series from around the globe.


The Egyptian Theatre Company was built soon after the discovery of King Tutankhamen’s tomb in 1926 and originally featured vaudeville shows. Today, it presents professional theater for adults and children year-round.


Park City Film Series screens independent and other non-commercial, hard-to-find films every weekend at the Park City Public Library.


Park City International Music Festival features classical, solo, jazz and other musicians throughout the year at local galleries, resorts and churches, but is best known for its summer concert series.


Sundance Film Festival comes to Park City every January and offers the best of cutting-edge cinema highlighting films from independent filmmakers. You may even see a few celebrities, including Robert Redford, walking around town.



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 Dining and Nightlife
Park City has over 100 restaurants that reflect culinary styles and influences from around the world. Award-winning eateries answer to every taste, mood and budget.  After dinner, you may want to wind down with an evening of contemporary jazz or wind it up at the hot local dance clubs.

Utah Liquor Laws

Utah law mandates that liquor and full-strength beer be sold only in state-licensed stores and served only in restaurants and private clubs with liquor licenses. 3.2 % beer may be purchased at any grocery or convenience store. There are 3 state liquor stores in the Park City area; Prospector Square (5 minutes from our home), Main Street and Kimball Junction. They are closed on Sundays and Holidays.

Patrons may carry out unfinished wine from a restaurant or private club provided that the bottle has been re-corked.



These are some of our favorites from around town:

  • 350 Main has delicious American cuisine with huge windows looking out on Main Street.

  • Bandits Grill & Bar, on Main Street, has great ribs.

  • Breakfast on Main is the place to go if you are looking for a hearty breakfast.

  • Café Terigo is a small restaurant with delicious American food and has a great outdoor patio in the warmer months. (Another favorite!)

  • Chimayo has delicious southwest cuisine, a wonderfully warm atmosphere and the best tortilla soup!! (My favorite!)

  • El Chubasco is cheap Mexican in a strip shopping center near our neighborhood - always busy and good for takeout!

  • The Flying Sumo serves the best sushi in town, maybe in the state!

  • Java Cow is THE place for ice cream.

  • Main Street Pizza & Noodle is a very casual place to go for pizza and pasta right in the middle of Main Street and is very popular with families with small children.

  • Sundance’s Tree Room offers an intimate special occasion style of dining at Robert Redford’s Sundance Resort.

  • Talisker on Main is a wonderful new high-end restaurant on Main Street.

  • Vinto is a new inexpensive Italian restaurant at the south end of Main Street serving delicious pizzas and a few pasta entrees.

  • Windy Ridge Café, Market & Bakery is a local favorite, is located in our neighborhood, Park Meadows, has a casual atmosphere and serves the best lunches!

Food to go

  • Gourmet on the Go has daily selections of everything you will need for a gourmet dinner. Call in the morning, pick it up on the way home from skiing, and you have a delicious homemade dinner without all the dishes. They also have great box lunches that you may order ahead to take on a day of hiking or biking.

  • Mountain Express Deliveries offers you a chance to order from 21 local restaurants and have their food delivered to you for a service fee. It’s a great way to have delicious food brought to your door without going out in the snow or the crowds.


For those that are still able to stay awake after dinner, Park City has some fun options for hitting the bars; Bacchus Wine Bar, Bistro Bar, Cisero’s, Doolans, Harry O’s, The Hideout, J.B. Mulligans Club & Pub, Mother Urbans Ratskeller, The No Name Saloon, O’Shucks Bar & Grill, Plan B, and Wasatch Brew Pub.


Here’s a list of the best places to let loose after a long day of skiing; Cisero’s, Club Creation, Harry O’s, The Spur, and The Star Bar, all on Main Street, and Club Suede at Redstone.



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Grocery Stores

There are two large grocery stores in our neighborhood; Fresh Market and The Market at Park City

Wild Oats, located in Redstone, offers fresh, delicious all-natural and organic foods.


Internet Access

Alpine Internet Café on Main Street offers gourmet coffees and computer access.

Starbucks in Park Meadows offers high speed internet access with a T-Mobile HotSpot service account and a notebook or Pocket PC with a Wi-Fi wireless card.



The Park City Library, located in town, has internet service, books, videos, audios, kid’s room, and story times for preschool children, toddlers or babies.


Medical/Emergency Clinics

  • The Park City Family Health and Urgent Care Center has a staff of 8 Family Doctors, 1 Pediatrician and 3 Family Nurse Practitioners and offers routine scheduled medical care as well as urgent need on-call services.

  • Snow Creek Emergency & Medical Center is staffed by Emergency Medicine Physicians, Registered Nurses and Registered X-ray Technologists.

Movie Theatres

There are 2 movie theaters in Park City. Holiday Village 4 Cinemas is quite close to our home, on Park Avenue. Redstone 8 Cinemas is located at Redstone near Kimball Junction.  



Photo development can be done at Rite-Aid, Smith’s Food & Drug, Wal-Mart and Photoworks, which is located in Park Meadows and has a one hour photo lab with digital capabilities and professional photography.


Ski and Snowboard Rentals

Park City has many places to rent skis and snowboards. At PCMR, the following stores have ski and snowboard rentals and overnight storage at the mountain base; Aloha Ski & Snowboard, Bazooka’s Board Shop (no storage), Breeze Winter Sport Rentals, Cole Sport (skis only), Jake’s Slope Side Sports, Jans Mtn. Outfitters, Kindersport Junior Ski & Sports Outfitters (skis only, no storage), Max Snowboards (boards only), PCMR Rentals, Park City Sport Ski Rental, Ski-N-See Shop and Summit Demo Center (no storage).


At the Canyons base; Breeze and Canyon Mountain Sports.


At Deer Valley, the following have ski rentals only; Cole Sport, Deer Valley Resort Rental and Kindersport (no storage).


There are also some rental stores in Park Meadows; The Click (boards only), Cole Sport (skis only), Jans Mtn. Outfitters (no storage), Peak Experience (no storage) and Turner Ski of Park City.    



Park City has many day spas offering various services from pampering facials to healing massage therapies to Vichy shower treatments. The following spas will help you relax on your vacation; Align Spa, Aura Spa and Boutique, Marc Raymond Spa & Salon, Mountain Body Spa, Seasons Day Spa, Vie Retreat and Surface Medical Spas.


Video/DVD Rentals

Videos and DVDs can be rented at Blockbuster or at the local grocery store.



Park City has 20 places of worship. Information regarding services can be found in the local newspaper, The Park Record, on the FYI page under “Worship”.



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 Calendar of Events
There are many places to find out about what’s going on in Park City; the local newspaper, the Chamber of Commerce, various websites and many different printed magazines and brochures, as well as from the locals.

The Chamber of Commerce

The Chamber of Commerce has many brochures and magazines at their offices, which describe what is going on in Park City, as well as information about a large variety of activities and places of interest. They publish Park City Winter (and Summer) Vacation Planner with a listing of the calendar of events. The Chamber's Website has an online events calendar for arts and cultural, athletic, community and ongoing events.   


The Park Record

The local newspaper, The Park Record, has a website and is published every Wednesday and Friday. It contains information about local current events. 


Things to Do

Thing to Do is a magazine that is published twice a year, Winter/Spring and Summer/Fall.  In each publication, there are monthly lists of area events.

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