At the end of every year, we reflect on our past while looking to the future. It’s hard to believe we’ve reached the end of not only another year, but another decade! When we reflect back on the past ten years in Park City, it is remarkable how much our mountain town has changed. There are new ski resort owners (Vail Resorts and Alterra), the Canyons and Park City Mountain Resort interconnected to become the country’s largest ski area, and we have seen an astonishing array of new luxury real estate developments – including our new projects Goldener Hirsch Residences and Empire Pass Residences. Even a new ski area – Mayflower Mountain Resort, is being planned adjacent to Deer Valley overlooking the Jordanelle Reservoir. The number of winter and summer
When it comes to winter, nowhere knows (or snows) better than Park City. We have plenty of reasons to celebrate the season, including the phenomenal early snow, the New Year right around the corner and, of course, the annual Snowfest hosted by Park City Mountain. From December 20 to January 5, make the most of the holiday magic and experience the lineup of daily activities. There’s something for everyone with the Snowfest event line up!
Start each day with a breath of fresh winter air, some holiday spirit, and a plan to visit one of the many Snowfest featured events. Here are some of the favorites you won’t want to miss. A complete daily schedule is available here.
Santa Comes Down Town Lift Saturday, December 21, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Town Lift Plaza
The holidays in Park City are full of sugar and spice and everything nice. Our eclectic town is a melting pot of traditions and activities with no shortage of fun for all. Even though we’ve barely finished digesting from Thanksgiving, there is plenty more on the plate for the upcoming Christmas and Hanukkah festivities. From culinary experiences to outdoor adventures, you won’t run out of opportunities to make the most of our own personal winter wonderland.
Temple Har Shalom 2019 Chanukah Party
Celebrate with Temple Har Shalom for the 2019 Chanukah Party on Saturday, December 28. The festivities include a whole latke fun for the entire family! Dinner will be provided, and children’s activities will be sponsored by PJ Library. Plenty of staples
It’s hard to believe that Deer Valley Resort made its debut almost 40 years ago in 1981 with only five chairlifts and 30 trails. With the local mining industry in decline and the Snow Park development on the rise, the Royal Street Land Company acquired the property for the new resort and began plans to create a park to accommodate 12,000 skiers. Since then, Deer Valley has blossomed into an internationally recognized ski destination with a reputation for offering a higher end, “country club-style” ski experience. Under new ownership of Alterra Mountain Company, Deer Valley is striving to elevate its level of luxury by introducing an exclusive ski club experience: Club 1981. This new offering could prove to be a compelling product for more discerning,