September 2017

Found 8 blog entries for September 2017.

ski tracks in winter powder park city

Park City received several inches of snow this past weekend!! So it's time to start thinking about skiing? Right?? Now is the time to get passes and tickets. Here are the best deals and the dates to purchase by, so you can get the most "snow" for your money.


Deer Valley Resort

For the Deer Valley loyalists, you have until October 31st to pick up your season pass at the current pricing. They offer several options, including adults ages 24-26 ($2,295), young adult 18-23 ($1,890), teen ages 13-17 ($970), child ages 5-12 ($580), tot ($155 or free with purchase of adult season pass), and more. For all season pass information, visit the Deer Valley website here. Yes it is the priciest pass on the market, but Deer Valley season passes do come with many of…
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It’s been six long years since Deer Valley held the No.1 spot on Ski Magazine's Resort guide - “Best in the West” list. Well that has now changed as Deer Valley has reclaimed the coveted top spot.

For the resort’s many return visitors, the Deer Valley experience itself is much like that of a cherished sweater: Comfortable. Familiar. Welcoming. “Deer Valley is the ‘easy button’ of ski resorts,” chimes one Ski Magazine reader. “All-around outstanding resort,” says another. This season, however, the longtime-family-owned resort ventures away from the familiar as it’s acquired by a new entity controlled by KSL Partners and the owners of Aspen Ski Company. Can it retain its Deer Valley-ness? We believe so. Because that’s what sets it apart from other resorts.…
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fall colors in park city's old town neighborhood

The first official day of Fall is Friday, September 22nd, however here in beautiful Park City it feels as if Fall has already arrived. The mountains are covered in rich reds, oranges and gold, making our usual beautiful landscape especially stunning. Before the snow flies (which will be soon) there are a few things you can do as a home owner to prepare for the quickly approaching winter months. Below is a helpful "to-do" list to get you ready.


Fall To-Do List

INTERIOR ITEMS
- Dust ceiling fans and ceiling light fixtures
- Wash the windows
- Schedule furnace tune-up and replace air filters
- Test smoke and carbon monoxide detectors
- Check windows and doors for weather-tightness
- Clean out dryer vent
- Drain sediment from hot water heater
- Rotate/flip…
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While driving through Park City it's impossible not to notice the sights of the Utah Olympic Park with the infamous green ski jumps, which were built and used for the 2002 Winter Olympics.

The Utah Olympic Park is home to six Nordic ski jumps, where Olympians and skiers have practiced and competed ever since. Its crazy enough in its own right to watch athletes go down the jump time and time again, however on Saturday September 30th hundreds of competitors will be climbing up the jump for the Red Bull 400 event. While 400 meters may not seem like much (one lap on a regulation track) for the typical competitor, this race will start at the bottom of the K120 ski jump and continue up, as the competitors make their way towards the top of the jump it will become…
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construction at Goldener Hirsch in September

With construction progressing along very well, the new Goldener Hirsch Residences has recently received two new sales reservations. This brings the previous amount of 9 reservations to 11. Of the 11 reservations, the units range in price from $690,000 to $4,880,000. These include 3 studios, 7 three bedrooms, and 1 large four bedroom. The price per square foot on these units starts at $1,150 and runs up to $1,530 with an average of about $1,386.

The new Residences at Goldener Hirsch is an Expansion of the Goldener Hirsch Inn that includes 40 new contemporary residences featuring modern architecture blended with sophisticated design. Residences range from studios to four bedroom floor plans and many of the residences include lock-offs. Sizes range from…
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The evenings are beginning to cool, and the leaves are turning bright hues of yellow and orange. Fall is defiantly in the air, and soon the morning sky will be dotted with hot air balloons. The Autumn Aloft will be taking place on September 16th & 17th, on the North 40 Playing Fields.

The Autumn Aloft is a Park City Fall classic. At dawn on Saturday and Sunday morning people can gather to watch as hot air ballon are filled, and begin to take shape and then launch promptly at 8am. The sky will fill with 20 plus colorful balloons, as on-lookers enjoy a breakfast provided by Einstien Bros. Bagels. Admission is free, and you can have field access at 7:45am to get up close to see the balloons and their baskets which are much larger on the ground than they…
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Since it’s opening in 1983, Park Meadows Country Club has been the only in-town golf and social club in the mountain town of Park City, Utah. Tucked away in the exclusive neighborhood of Park Meadows, sit’s the renowned Jack Nicklaus signature golf course and newly renovated clubhouse with fitness center and swimming pool.

The Park Meadows Country Club is located just minutes from historic Main Street and the area ski resorts. As the only member-owned private golf and social club in the area, Park Meadows members get to enjoy the enhanced living of Park City exclusively offered to it’s members. Whether you are a golfer or not, all members can partake in fun activities and social events. And let’s talk about the extraordinary cuisine prepared by their…
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Many moons ago local dedicated mountain bikers would celebrate the end of summer and the upcoming fall season by riding a 7 mile stretch between City Park and Gaurdsmans Pass. In order to make the 2,700 verticle incline race more enticing, said riders would park a keg at the top of their climb. This annual event became the now known Tour De Suds. And to this day, even 38 years later, the event remains very much the same. This laid back and cheerful race attracts both competitive and non-competitive riders of all ages (kids under the age of 17 ride for free).

Finishing times range from forty seven minuets to just over two and a half hours. The only aspect that is consistent in all the riders is the hilarious and often over the top costumes worn by the…
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