This century-old silver mining town is a modern day hot spot, thanks to world-renowned events like the Sundance Film Festival and two world-class ski resorts that draw more than three million visitors each year. Home of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, UtahOlympic Park is both an active U.S. Olympic training site and year-round recreational wonderland (think bobsledding, climbing, ziplining and more). Is it any wonder Travel + Leisure magazine named Park City "America’s Favorite Town?"
Whether it’s your first visit here or you’ve lost count, few places quicken the pulse quite like Park City. From culinary events to cultural performances, Park City offers up a never-ending array of annual traditions and all-new, only-here discoveries. Take the ride of your life on an Olympic bobsled run, sip whiskey at the world’s only ski-in distillery, and behold the beauty of the Alpine Scenic Loop, one of Utah’s most breathtaking drives.
No trip to Park City is complete without a stroll down historic Main Street, a beautifully preserved nod to the town’s mining heritage. Here you’ll find top-notch restaurants and bars, art galleries, and boutiques. For thrills, hit "The Comet" at Utah Olympic Park (one of the longest bobsled slides in the world) or go above and beyond on a sunrise hot air balloon adventure complete with Champagne.
Postcard-perfect mountains, forests and rivers set the stage for year-round Park City adventures, including world-class skiing and snowboarding, golfing, fly fishing, horseback riding, river rafting, and mountain biking and hiking on nearly 400 miles of maintained trails.
With more than 150 restaurants and bars, it’s safe to say you won’t hunger for culinary adventure in Park City. From Mexican to Mediterranean to New American, the palate-pleasing options are virtually endless.
Nestled in the heart of the Wasatch Mountains, Park City delights art lovers and environmentalists with attractions like the Kimball Art Center and the Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter, a 1,200-acre open space and museum/education complex. Year-round classes and workshops in everything from photography to fly-fishing add to Park City’s appeal.