Enjoy the Best of Park City

The best of everything in the greater Park City and Deer Valley areas. Read here to enjoy to best breakfast, best ski tune, best yoga classes, best nightlife, etc. We profile the best people, professionals, and businesses for Park City, Utah. Basically, the best of the best.

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Last Week to Purchase a Season Pass Before Price Increase

The 22/23 Winter Ski Season is quickly approaching, and this is the last week to buy your season pass before prices increase in October. The ski season is scheduled to begin on December 3rd, and close on April 16, 2023.

A full season pass will cost you $2,675 or $1,465 for a midweek pass. Midweek Season Passes permit skiing, Monday through Friday only, excluding the holiday period of 12/26/22 – 12/31/22. Deer Valley offers lower rates for seniors, young adults, children, tots, college students, and members of the military.

Deer Valley Resort is part of the very popular Ikon family of ski passes. With your Deer Valley Full Season Pass, you can add a full or base Ikon Pass, allowing

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deer valley mountain beer festival

Deer Valley Resort is hosting its inaugural Mountain Beer Festival on September 17 and 18, from 11 am to 4 pm. Utah has a celebrated brewing culture, including smaller producers such as Offset Bier and Park City Brewing to more nationally recognized breweries including Squatters and Uinta. The beer festival is an excellent opportunity to sample a wide range of flavors and styles from over a dozen Utah brewers.

For many locals, the fall season is the best time to be in Park City, and there could not be a better location for a beer festival than Silver Lake Village, with a backdrop of the resort's surrounding peaks. Festival goers will begin their day with free parking at the Snow Park base. Check-in is located on the Main Plaza at Snow Park Lodge. A

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park city back alley bash august 2022 city park

The KPCW/Cole Sport Back Alley Bash is back!

In recent years, this locals' favorite event has been held at the Town Lift Plaza on Main Street. This year, for the event's return, the new location is now at City Park. Scheduled for Friday, August 19th from 5pm to 9pm. The Bash event is FREE and includes live music by Mudpuddle & Sin City Soul and kid’s activities including face painting, a balloon twister and more. Local's Tip: The kids LOVE the face painting, and the line can be really long, so get to that spot early!

Normally, the Bash would host a beer garden, but this year at City park it will be BYOB.

No food or beverage will be available for purchase at this event. Bring your own food and drinks and KPCW/Cole Sport will provide the

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charlies 9k trail in park city utah

If you are visiting Park City and only have time to do one mountain bike ride, a trail we would recommend is Charlie's 9K Trail. As the name implies, the 9K Trail meanders up and down at an elevation of around 9000 feet. This trail is similar to the very popular Mid-Mountain Trail at 8000 feet. Charlie's 9K is easy to get to and can be biked (or hiked) as an out-and-back, enabling you to determine how far out you want to go and simply turn around and ride back. In the hot summer months, this is an ideal trail to ride as it is at a high elevation which is naturally cooler. Additionally, much of the ride is under the canopy of a mix of aspens and fir trees, providing a nice amount of shade from the sun.

The 9K Trail is relatively easy to get to, and

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provo river utah kayak trip

Are you looking for some outdoor fun for the entire family? Floating Utah's beautiful Provo River is a great way to beat the heat. The river meanders down a stunning canyon with Mount Timpanogos as a backdrop. It's one of the closest places to river rafting near Park City. The season typically runs from May through September.

There are numerous ways to float the river; you can raft, kayak, paddleboard, or tube your way down. High school and college-age kids tend to enjoy tubing more than other age groups. With tubing, you are more exposed to the chilly water and scratches from twigs and branches that line the shores. The inflatable raft is a better option if you have a group with older grandparents or younger kids.

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provo river views of mount timpanogos

A float trip down the

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park city utah 4th july parade

There is no better place to celebrate the 4th of July than Park City, Utah.

Enjoy a full day of activities with fun for the entire family. The Pancake Breakfast at City Park starts at 7am - a long-time tradition and a great way to start the day.

The Cole Sport 5k Fun Run starts at 8 am and benefits the athletes of Park City Ski & Snowboard. This race has a wonderful history, going back to the early 80's! Each year there are roughly 900 to 1300 runners, ranging in ages and abilities! This summer marks the 38th year for the 4th of July 5K Fun Run in our community and PCSS.

The July 4th Parade on Main Street starts at 11 am. This is a major attraction in Park City, so be sure to arrive early to find a good place to watch. The parade route begins

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Summit Sotheby's Collections Magazine Winter 2022

We are proud to announce our 25th Edition of Collections Magazine, Art at Elevation. In our Winter 2022 Issue, we explore the duality of art and home and their history, both within our lives and the Sotheby's International Realty brand. Join us and the principle dancers of Ballet West as we explore the homes, estates and lifestyles of Utah throughout Collections Magazine, the signature, award-winning publication from the in-house creative team at Summit Sotheby's International Realty. With national distribution, editorial content including market data, current properties on the market and a glimpse of new construction communities throughout the state, Collections Magazine is just one piece of the most comprehensive marketing strategy offered by Summit

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park city kimball arts festival

The Kimball Arts Festival is back for 2021, after being canceled due to the pandemic in 2020. The "Arts Fest" has been a long-time favorite event for Park City's summer tourism season. Parkites especially love this event, with free access on Friday evening for locals. The Festival runs from Friday evening through Sunday. Adult tickets are $10 per day, kids at $5, and five and under are free. VIP passes are also available.

In addition to Park City's numerous bars and restaurants up and down Main Street, Kimball Arts Festival partners with local restaurants and food trucks to host featured culinary artisans. Mountain Town Music will provide local and regional music guests on two outdoor stages.

We highly recommend using Park City's FREE Public

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Park City July 4th Celebration Parade

For 2021, Park City is changing up the schedule for one of our most popular holidays. Independence Day in Park City is widely regarded as one of the best times to visit. Over the years, this holiday has seen packed crowds, throughout the day, with many family-friendly activities. Park City has decided to space the holiday celebration over three days to space out the crowd levels as we emerge from the COVID pandemic. This year, the 4th of July falls on a Sunday. The famous Park City Parade will be on Friday the 2nd. For Saturday the 3rd, we'll have the Air Force Flyover and outdoor concerts at Park City's Canyons Village. Sunday will feature the Park Silly Sunday Market and a car-free Main Street.

We also want to remind the community that under the

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Dollys bookstore in park city utah

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

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