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Explore & Activities
The Greater Park City area and Utah showcase a panorama of recreation and a limitless variety of activities, culture, dining, and entertainment.
Arches, one of Utah’s many National Parks
Home to world-class ski resorts, the Sundance Film Festival, and over 400 miles of contiguous hiking and biking trails, it’s no wonder Park City was named “Best Town in America” by Outside Magazine. Mountain living in Park City is about doing everything you love outdoors. From the iconic White Barn and the colorful charm of Old Town to the endless activities in the Wasatch, there are so many reasons to love living here.
Deer Valley Resort
Six-time winner of Ski Magazine’s “Readers’ Award” and event host for the 2002 Winter Olympics, Deer Valley Resort features three elegant day lodges, groomed-to-perfection slopes, powder-laden glade skiing, 14 gourmet restaurants, on-mountain childcare and an award-winning ski school. Summer activities include lift-served mountain biking, hiking, and picturesque chairlift rides, as well as music-filled evenings.
Jordanelle State Park
SkyRidge residents enjoy instant access to some of the best boating, wakeboarding, waterskiing, stand-up paddle boarding, and fishing that the state has to offer. Jordanelle State Park offers a variety of recreational opportunities and features a marina, beaches, campsites and pavilions.
Park City Mountain Resort
Park City, the largest ski resort in the United States, entertains skiers and snowboarders alike with numerous bars, restaurants, and lodges in its bustling mountain village. This lively year-round resort also features scenic gondola rides, breathtaking hikes, an array of mountain bike trails, an alpine slide and coaster, and a variety of live music concerts.
Park City now boasts 15 superb golf courses: seven public and eight private. These fabulous golf courses have helped propel this world-famous resort town into a highly desirable summertime destination.
Salt Lake Area
Named one of the “Best Performing Cities” in America by Forbes Magazine, Salt Lake City is a central hub for business, travel, and recreation. This thriving community is known for its arts and culture, lively nightlife, and devoted sports fans and offers a great variety of restaurants, bars and cafés. The SLC International Airport provides direct flights to most major cities in the United States.
Home to the Mighty Five National Parks, over 40 state parks, and countless lakes and reservoirs, Utah has something for everyone. Enjoy the “Greatest Snow on Earth” at the state’s 14 world-class ski resorts, and experience some of the best outdoor recreation in the country.