There’s an old adage you hear often from people living in ski country – “I came for the winter, but I stayed for the summer” and this is certainly the case for many, if not the majority of Park City residents. Of course, the same is bantered around by snowsports loving people who landed in… Read the rest of the post!
As much as I love mountains in winter, I admit that there is something special about an alpine summer. The rugged and austere landscape softens in the warm light. The forest understory bursts to life, a play on variations in green, dotted with startling color. Birds and animals return and even the insects are colorful… Read the rest of the post!
Not only does Park City have the Greatest Snow on Earth, it also has some of the best restaurants you’ll find in a ski resort town. There are over a hundred restaurants in Park City and I’ll leave you to explore all the town restaurants. Just walk around (many won’t take reservations in high season)… Read the rest of the post!
Nestled between the big mountain powder scene of Alta and Snowbird in Little Cottonwood Canyon and the Olympic legacy of Park City and the resorts of Deer Valley, Park City Mountain and Canyons, is Big Cottonwood Canyon (BCC). Topping out above 10,000′ and averaging over 500″ of the Greatest Snow on Earth, BCC is home… Read the rest of the post!
In the land of the Greatest Snow on Earth® ski resorts could just sit around and wait for winter to bring local and destination skiers to the liftlines. However, that doesn’t happen here in Utah. When the lifts stop in spring – or in summer – work gets started in some way and to some… Read the rest of the post!