Park City Activities | Rocky Mountain Getaways | Lodging and Ski Vacation Packages


So much to do, so little time! With 7,300 acres of terrain, the plethora of activities revolve around the mountain which offers an alpine roller coaster, zipline, dinner sleigh rides, and night skiing. Adventure seekers can find a multitude of exhilarating experiences in and around the Park City area that include snowmobiling, dog sledding, snow tubing, ice skating, helicopter and cat skiing, backcountry ski tours, cross country skiing, hot air ballooning, atv and jeep tours, boating on the Jordanelle Reservoir, hiking, and mountain biking. No Park City vacation is complete without a visit to the Utah Olympic Park where you can test your skills on the actual Olympic bobsled course. Those wanting to keep it a bit more mellow will enjoy the historic district’s many tours, sites, and museums. Park City is a premier vacation destination, winter and summer, for a unique adventure in the mountains filled with fun and once-in-a-lifetime experiences...until you come back and do it again! 

Two historic buildings on Park Avenue in the heart of Park City are home to High West Distillery and Saloon. Daily tours are available where guests learn how Vodka 7000’ is made and then try free... Read more

Those who want to hit top speeds, but do it with the aid of an engine, will enjoy snowmobiling at Garff Ranch, a 7,000 acre spread just 10 minutes from Park City. Rides and guided tours of one,... Read more

Park City Mountain Resort has opened the Flying Eagle Zip Line, a two-seater that allows for a fast flight over the slopes. Ticket packages allow guests to pair a zip ride with a trip down the... Read more

You must have no fear of heights if you plan to fly over the canyon between Lookout Peak and Red Pine Lodge, a span of more than 2,100 feet, suspended from a zip line on a Zip Tour Adventure at... Read more

When the belly rumbles, most skiers and snowboarders at Park City Mountain Resort slide into one of the area’s on-mountain or base restaurants. Instead, head down Creole or Quit’n’time and Town,... Read more

The amazing snow cat machines that can slice through snow to groom the slopes can be a source of fun for those who want to try driving one. Canyons Resort has a two-hour ride-along program, or the... Read more

Park City played host to several events for the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics, including ski jumping, luge, skeleton and bobsled. The facilities for those events are still in place at Utah... Read more

Park City’s mountains are beautiful, but its valleys are just as stunning. Slide through them on cross-country skis at the Nordic Center operated by White Pine Touring. Beginners can arrange... Read more

Park City Mountain Resort operates Gorgoza Park, which is just off of the I-80 freeway before the Park City turnoff. A conveyor belt and tow rope make it easy to get to the top of the hill. The... Read more

Learn to play the Olympic sport of curling at the Park City Ice Arena. The Park City Curling Club offers a two-hour program of 30 minutes learning, 30 minutes practicing and one hour of actually... Read more

Going up the mountain can be just as much as going down when riding in the funicular at St. Regis Deer Valley. The Swiss cable cars rise 500 vertical feet in 90 seconds. At the top, have dinner at... Read more