Make it a Fabulous February in Park City

Posted by Heather Peterson on Friday, February 7th, 2020 at 10:20am.

Snowshoeing in the Uintas

In Park City, “downtime” means spending the day skiing down your favorite slopes. In the city where snow rarely sleeps, as has certainly been the case this month, there are countless ways to continue making your winter months special. For those seeking adventure coupled with relaxation during the Presidents’ Day Weekend, there is no shortage of opportunities. From outdoor excursions to the comforts of fine dining, we have a few suggestions for making sure your February break is full of fun and flavor.

Unique Adventure in Park City

Snowshoeing Splendor in the Uintas

Park City averages 350 inches of snowfall a year. How you choose to play in that snow is up to you! A favorite pastime for many locals is snowshoeing, which allows you to access and explore the mountains while getting a great dose of exercise. The Uinta Mountains, the highest mountain range in the Continental U.S. that span east to west, offer a perfectly pristine backcountry playground for snowshoeing Take in expansive vistas and nature’s beauty at a leisurely or aerobic pace based on your preference.

 All Seasons Adventures hosts guided snowshoe tours that cater to families and corporate groups. Visit their website to learn more about this wintertime classic.

Explore Utah Olympic Park

With Salt Lake City as a contender to host 2030 Winter Olympics, the Utah Olympic Park is a particularly interesting excursion you don’t want to miss. Explore the Alf Engen Ski Museum or watch as professional athletes train at the active Olympic Training Site. If you’re interested in chasing the type of adrenaline rush you won’t find at home, try the Winter Bobsled Experience, Winter Summit Course, or Extreme Tubing.

Find Your Next Dining Destination

Deciding where to dine in Park City can be overwhelming, especially with so many fabulous options. It can be difficult to narrow down the delectable choices, so we’ve done the work for you.

Twisted Fern

This locally-owned eatery uses fresh, seasonally inspired ingredients to create delicious lunch and dinner menus, each with creative twists. All ingredients are sourced locally or produced in-house. With a continuously evolving menu, each visit allows guests to never experience the same menu twice. Twisted Fern is off the beaten path of Main Street, yet centrally located in Snow Creek Plaza that spans between Kearns Blvd. and Highway 224.

To make a reservation, call or visit their website.


Cap off an exciting winter day with a classic, Italian wood-fired pizza from Vinto. Located at the bottom of Main Street, Vinto offers artisan pizzas, created with fresh, seasonal ingredients. Their menu features other delicious Italian-inspired entrees, always made with a generous attention to detail. The restaurant is one of the more family-friendly dining experiences in Old Town.

To make a reservation, call or visit their website.


The focus at the Aussie-owned Harvest is bringing people together to share breakfast, lunch, coffee, and conversation. Conveniently located opposite Park City Mountain’s Town Lift on Park Avenue, it’s a great start to fuel your day or a stop for lunch to enjoy a break from skiing. The all-day menu features Acai bowls, various sandwiches, and savory toasts. Harvest serves Australian specialty coffee brand Campos Coffee (who also has a shop of their own at Park City Mountain Village). Specialty dishes are created with ingredients sourced by local farmers and small-scale providers. To keep things fresh and interesting, the Harvest menu evolves with the seasons, so make sure to check their current offerings on their website.

Photo Credit: All Seasons Adventures

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