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skier at brighton with deer valley ikon pass

Gone are the days when you must buy multiple passes to enjoy multiple ski resorts. The Ikon and Epic Passes are multi-mountain passes, accepted by resorts all over the world. And with snow in the forecast this week for the Wasatch Mountains surrounding Park City, it's time to start planning for the ski season!

Be sure to act fast - as the deals and availability may end soon!

Epic Pass

Epic Pass, created by Vail Resorts, allows you to ski or ride, when you want, as much as you want. Now in its 10th year, the Epic Pass is accepted from Park City to Colorado, Tahoe, Canada and more. New this season, new resorts have been added to the pass – Okemo, Mount Sunapee, Crested Butte, and Stevens Pass. Have plans to travel to Europe for the

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The leaves on Park City’s maples and aspens are turning vibrant shades of red and golden yellow, and nighttime temperatures are dropping to around freezing. If you have not yet driven the Alpine Loop, the 20-mile scenic byway that spans from American Fork Canyon to Provo Canyon, add that to your weekend to-do list before all the bright hues are gone for the year. Mother Nature sure has a way of making the changing seasons magnificent throughout the Wasatch Mountains. There are also some fun happenings to add to your radar.

The Art and Science of Arachnids

If you suffer from arachnophobia you may want to pass on this exhibit. Then again, it just might be the cure for it. Just in time for Halloween, this exhibit is the largest arachnid in the

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Shot ski on Main Street Park City

There may be a chill in the air, but Park City is still the place to be during shoulder season. Many events and activities are going on, both inside and out, so put these on your to-do list for fall.

Park Silly Sunday Market

This will be the last Sunday to enjoy this event! This market is hosted on Main Street and filled with local vendors showcasing their arts, crafts, gourmet foods and antiques, as well as farmers located by the Post Office with locally grown fruits and vegetables.

Historic Main Street
September 23, 10:00am- 5:00pm

Art Exhibit

Local Artist, Patricia Smith, will have her work on display at the Park City Library. Smith is best known for her Olympic banners that are displayed on Main Street. Smith paints in both

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Oktoberfest at Snowbird

Snowbird's 46th Annual Oktoberfest symbolizes the approach of the fall season, and it is one of the largest beer festivals in Utah. This family-friendly event boasts tons of activities for all ages, and with several weekends to enjoy the festivities, you will want to pencil the dates into your calendar now. Snowbird is about a 45 minute drive from Park City, making this a fun and easy excursion.

The history of Oktoberfest dates back to 1810 in Munich, Germany. In Utah, the tradition began in 1972 when a couple of Swiss gentlemen were inspired by the scenery of Snowbird and decided to bring a version of the cultural event to the Rocky Mountains. Traditional lederhosen-clad entertainers will have you dancing in the aisles, while polka bands and

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Autumn Aloft Hot Air Balloon Festival

Fall is one of the most magical times of the year in Park City. The crowds have dwindled, and the town truly belongs to the locals again. A favorite event that kicks off the season is the Autumn Aloft Hot Air Balloon Festival, presented by Wells Fargo. It returns to Park City for the fifth year, September 15 to16. The event first launched in the former silver mining town more than 30 years ago and was recently resurrected as a way for visitors and residents of all ages to celebrate Park City and embrace autumn.

Spectators view up to 24 hot air balloons inflating and launching from locations throughout Park City. Park City residents and visitors often see hot air balloons from afar, but nothing compares to experiencing the magnitude of the aircraft

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Miners' Day

Summer sure does fly by in Park City thanks to our abundance of activities, events, and perfect weather. It’s hard to believe we are somehow nearly through August! That means we are just days away from Labor Day. Since Park City has a history of marching to the beat of its own drum, we celebrate Miners’ Day instead. Intended to commemorate Park City’s silver mining heritage, the Miners' Day festivities on Monday, Sept. 3 are fun and funky. Unlike the July 4th holiday that attracts throngs of visitors, Miners’ Day is truly ruled by the locals.

The day begins in City Park with the Miners’ Day breakfast and Bark City 5K run where running with your furry companion is encouraged. The signature Running of the Balls event, inspired by Pamplona's Running

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As much as we love Park City, there are so many beautiful and interesting places to visit that are an easy drive from here. September is a great month to explore with the fall foliage starting to happen. Here are some suggestions for day trip destinations.

Sundance Resort

Robert Redford’s vision to create a resort that flawlessly blends in with the stunning, natural surroundings coupled with arts, cultural, and recreational offerings has been beautifully nurtured at Sundance Resort. Located less than an hour from Park City, this is a magical place for locals and visitors to enjoy in the fall. Utah’s second highest peak, Mount Timpanogos provides a dramatic backdrop to the red maples and golden Aspens. Go for a hike or mountain bike ride to earn the

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Park City breweries and distilleries

While the Greatest Snow on Earth may be Utah’s most famous product, distilled spirits are catching up in gaining notoriety. That’s right…a state that has commonly been viewed as restrictive when it comes to alcoholic beverages is producing some mighty fine beer and spirits. The most internationally recognized brand, of course, is Park City’s own High West Distillery, which now has its operations on the outskirts of town in Wanship at Blue Sky Ranch. While High West put Utah on the map for craft spirits, the much longer running local institution – Wasatch Brewery – has been brewing tasty craft beer since 1986. The success of both businesses has inspired others to follow suit. Whether you are a connoisseur, looking to become more knowledgeable, or

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Park City scenic hikes

There is no better way to experience Park City, Utah’s breathtaking scenery than by hitting the trails! Park City offers more than 400 miles of single and double track trails that cater to all levels of mountain bikers, hikers, and runners. Locals embrace our trail life, and we are lucky that there are trails accessible from pretty much anywhere in town. Check out the following trails if you are looking to take in some magnificent views.

Lost Prospector

Whether you access the trail from the Rail Trail or Aerie Drive, you’ll enjoy some mellow switchbacks and stunning vistas of Old Town, Park City Mountain, and Deer Valley.

Wasatch Crest

This iconic trail runs along the ridge between Big Cottonwood Canyon and Park City Mountain. It’s hugely

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As the summer season in Park City continues to get busier, dining deals at local restaurants have become a bit less prevalent. Thankfully, a few good ones abound, making it possible to dine out affordably during the summer. No matter your craving, you should be able to find something to satisfy it without breaking the bank. Here are some of our top picks for local deals.


A casual sushi spot in the Summit Watch Plaza on Lower Main, Oishi’s creative and tasty rolls rival the fresh fish that coastal cities are celebrated for. Dine indoors or outside on the plaza to enjoy their half price rolls through the fall season. Friendly, knowledgeable service included!


Located at The Yard on Kearns Boulevard, Blind Dog Grill is a

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