Park City High School Class of 2020 yard signs are welcome sights on graduating students’ front years throughout our town. In light of the disruption of their senior year, this was a heartwarming way for high school staff to recognize them. Not only does this demonstrate Park City’s remarkable sense of community, but it serves as a reminder that we still have several occasions we need to find ways to celebrate, even in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. In addition to graduations, there are birthdays, anniversaries, and Mother’s Day coming up on May 10th. While Park City store fronts are closed due to the Summit County Stay at Home order, many are still offering online shopping or shopping by phone. Some even deliver gifts. There is no excuse to
Between birthdays, graduations, anniversaries, and Mother’s Day, there are many celebrations that coronavirus has made other plans for. We’ve seen virtual parties spring up everywhere for people to connect with and toast their loved ones online. Thankfully, in Park City there are still more traditional, meaningful ways to be festive and celebrate friends and family during their milestones. While non-essential businesses’ physical locations are closed, many that were offering delivery before Summit County’s Stay at Home order went into effect are still able to do so. Support these local businesses who are operating with no-contact deliveries while ensuring these celebrations in isolation more fun and memorable
As a predominately tourism economy, the negative implications of the pandemic weigh heavily on Park City with ski areas and many hotels having closed a month early. Non-essential businesses are also suspended, but several restaurants have opted to remain open for curbside service and delivery. While this paints a grim picture, the pandemic outbreak is occurring at the best possible time as we enter the off season. Park City officials are hoping that summer events and tourism can still thrive this year.
The beauty of living in a close-knit town like Park City is our ability to come together in the face of a crisis. The coronavirus (COVID-19) public health issue is no exception. We may be socially distant, but the collective outpouring in
During these uncertain times in the face of the coronavirus (COVID-1) pandemic, food is a great source of comfort. In a foodie haven like Park City, residents are grateful to still have access to delicious, local cuisine. While Summit County Health Department issued a temporary order to close restaurants and bars for dine-in offerings, they have allowed curbside pick-up and delivery. Many eateries have adapted their businesses to do just that. Not only does this provide welcome relief from cooking, but it’s an effort to sustain local businesses that are being heavily impacted in our tourism-driven town. Another option for supporting restaurants and local shops is to purchase gift cards. This provides much-needed revenue, and you can use them or give
There is no question about it. Park City life has changed dramatically in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as it has across the globe. Our biggest attractions – Park City Mountain, Deer Valley Resort, Utah Olympic Park, and Woodward – have all closed a month before the end of the winter season. Hotels and many other businesses have also temporarily closed. Despite these unprecedented times, Parkites are feeling extra thankful to call Park City home. You couldn’t ask for a better place to socially distance as we are surrounded by the great outdoors. Locals are taking to the uncrowded, scenic trails and the roads to enjoy the fresh, mountain air. They’re back country skiing, cross country skiing, hiking, running, and snowmobiling. In a
With sunny, bluebird skies and countless ski beaches along the snow-covered slopes, spring break in Park City is the perfect getaway. Daylight savings is upon us and we are already enjoying longer days to squeeze in even more outdoor adventure. While most spring breakers are coming to enjoy the famed slopes of Deer Valley Resort at Park City Mountain, there are plenty of alternative ways to enjoy the snow. Bring your boots and affinity for the mountains to make the most of what remains of the ski season – there is more snow in the forecast!
Cross Country Skiing
Park City has been a paradise for cross country skiers for decades. With plenty of snow still on the trails, this aerobic activity is an ideal addition to your spring break plans.
What began as a humble, silver mining town in the heart of the Wasatch has developed into a vibrant city, brimming with economic growth and opportunity. Park City’s natural beauty has been an allure for artists of all types, and it has evolved into a thriving community for visual arts. With increased exposure and interest in the area, both local and national artists have long benefitted from a flourishing art market, burgeoning with talent and investment opportunity. Art galleries, both diverse in style and representation, quickly blossomed all around town and bring visitors through their doors daily. In fact, the community’s affinity for the arts has been the impetus for a new arts and culture district that is being planned for the Prospector
In every season, Park City shines, and spring is certainly no exception. Park City has been blessed with abundant snow this winter, and there is more in the forecast to kick off March. As the new season approaches, both residents and guests can appreciate the royal blue skies, a continued surplus of powder coupled with warmer temperatures, and a host of entertaining activities and events. Park City living rarely slows down, but with extra daylight coming our way, here are a few opportunities to make the most of some fabulous spring skiing! Don't forget your sunblock as the rays are getting stronger this time of year!
Spring Gruuv 2020 Canyons village March 6 - April 5
Get in the springtime mood with one of Park City’s favorite traditions, Spring
Once again, Utah is having one of the best winter seasons in the country! With about eight weeks remaining to take advantage of the incredible snow at Park City Mountain and Deer Valley Resort, there are several ways to enjoy a visit with a variety of resorts offering enticing ski packages. We’ve collected some select options that provide an all-encompassing approach to the highly coveted Park City ski experience. From lift passes to delectable, award-winning cuisine, these are fabulous ways to make the most of the Greatest Snow on Earth and make your Park City visit carefree!
Stein Eriksen Lodge
Enjoy the legendary slopes of Deer Valley with ease and style with a Winter Ski Package from the highly acclaimed Stein Eriksen Lodge in Silver Lake
Park City’s rapid growth and the accompanying expansion of real estate opportunities have encouraged certain developers to offer a particularly lavish addition to Park City’s already envious lifestyle: private club offerings. Memberships in these elite clubs offer an array of exquisite amenities, luxury services, and unmatched access to the finest Park City living. Amidst pristine landscapes flowing with opportunities for fun and family, each of these exclusive clubs allows members and their guests to live life to the absolute fullest.
Whether you’re interested in exploring the Wasatch backcountry or sunning yourself on the golf greens, there are a number of private clubs to cater to varying needs and interests. Some appeal more to local residents