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Park City Travel Guide: Skiing season, recreations, best places to visit and to eat

Park City, Utah, is a winter paradise; colorful energetic and charming.  It is home to the largest ski resort in the United States, also named Park City, along with the smaller but and more exclusive, Deer Valley.  It is surrounded with excellent restaurants, shopping, skiing, dog sledding, snowmobiling and more.

We spent a few days in Park City, in order to go skiing and to enjoy the atmosphere, the city has to offer.





Dogsledding in Park City:

We had so much fun, meeting and playing with beautiful Siberian Huskies. The dogs love to run in the snow!







For this tour we chose the company: North Forty Escapes

We enjoyed our days in Park City, skiing and eating delicious food!   The best places to go shopping, eat and drink, are in the Historic old-town district, around Main Street.  We ate dinner at Wasatch Brew Pub and had some drinks at No Name Saloon.

Every year among other events, the city hosts the Sundance Film Festival.  The town gets crowded with people from all around the world and the country.



Park City is a great place to visit with your loved one, with your family, friends and kids. There are activities for all ages.

How to get around Park City?

By taxi, or you can use the free bus system, which, go around the town from the top to the bottom.

Best places to eat in Park City:  Burgers and Bourdon, Butcher’s chop house and bar, El chubasco (Mexican), The Brass tag, Grappa( Italian), Squatters Roadhouse Grill and Pub, Wasatch Brew Pub and No Name Salon.

How to get to Park City?

The closest airport to Park City, is Salt Lake Airport in Utah.




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