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About Park City

Home to 9,326 acres of great snow and three major ski resorts, 426 runs, 58 lifts, bowls, numerous terrain parks, and a bobsled track, Park City, UT site of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, is one of America's great places to enjoy winter sports. During the summer months, activities such as mountain biking and road biking, hiking, water skiing, fishing, and golf are hugely popular pastimes.

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If you visit in the winter, the slopes aren't the only place to find fun and excitement. In addition to snowmobiling and snowshoeing, the village has a dynamic apre-ski scene with more than 20 bars and over 100 restaurants. Movie lovers will want to plan a visit in late January for Robert Redford's annual Sundance Film Festival, which celebrates independent filmmaking.

In the summer, heading the list of activities include the Ziprider, which takes riders down a mountain in an exhilarating 60-second ride, outdoor concerts and music festivals, riding an Alpine Slide, and taking historic tours of this former mining town. Golfers can take advantage of the high altitude and watch their drives fly high and long off the tee at one of the 12 golf courses located within a 20-mile radius of Park City.

Utah's biggest mountain, Canyons boasts miles of wonderful downhill ski trails, which are also used for mountain biking adventures in the summer. A major venue in the 2002 Olympics, Deer Valley is a picturesque and perfectly maintained ski mountain, with hundreds of miles of trails. You can visit the amazing Olympic Park in Park City, an extensive workout space for Olympians-in-training, as well as a museum of Utah ski history. Park City Museum tells the story of Park City's 19th century residents and the mining industry that gave life to the town.


To get around Park City you could rent a car, or take a taxi, but instead save money and stress by using the free transit system. Park City's free bus system, fueled by biodeisel, will take you wherever you want to go in town. Historic Main Street, Kimball Junction, North of Main, Quarrey Village,Deer Valley Resort, Park City Mountain, or the Utah Olympic Park for a day of fun-filled activities, shopping and great food. The Trolley operates along Main Street daily from 10:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. It will stop just about anywhere along the street. Stand at any of the trolley stop signs or just give a wave to the driver indicating you would like to ride. The Trolley also ...

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