"PARK CITY, UTAH ALL SEASON RESORT TOWN" Park City by travelgourmet

Park City Travel Guide: 107 reviews and 258 photos

7000' IS MOUNTAIN HIGH

Park City, Utah. In winter, you think of snow and skiing, snowboarding, night life, restaurants and bars. In summer, you think of a cooler climate at 7,000 ft. with lots of boutiques, night life, restaurants and bars. The quaint Historic Main Street in Park City is where the tourists go for fun after the ski slopes or a day of touring, depending on the season. The highlight is all the excitement and glamour that the annual Sundance Film Festival brings to Park City. There is also the Utah Olympic Park, just before town, that was the site of many of the events at the 2002 Winter Olympics, Salt Lake City.

Park City is only about 35 minutes away by car from Salt Lake City. There are over 50 restaurants on Historic Main Street in Old Town Park City. That should be enough food choices for anyone's taste. Of course, with restaurants there must be bars and Old Town has over a dozen to drink yourself silly just during happy hour. Shopping up and down Main Street for everything your heart desires and over 60 outlet stores in Park City. Surely, an all season resort town.

Pros and Cons
  • Pros:Everything for a winter or summer day or two of fun.
  • Cons:Winter is crowded and Summer is quiet
  • In a nutshell:Park City, a resort for all seasons.
  • Intro Updated Apr 4, 2010
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