Outdoors

An Insider Guide to Mountain Biking Park City

Not only are the trails world-class, but the out-of-saddle opportunities—dining, nightlife, other outdoor activities—are also plentiful and diverse.

06/01/2014 By Melissa Fields

Top Stories

Athletes

Born to Run & Ride & Swim

In a town bristling with Olympians, World Cup competitors, and champion runners and cyclists, singling out just six of Park City’s resident elite athletes is no easy task.

06/01/2014 By Kristen Gould Case, Meghan Hicks, and Steve Phillips

Word About Town

New Sheriff in Town

Longtime local architect Jack Thomas plans to “dream ahead and backcast to the present” in his new role as Park City mayor.

06/01/2014 By Melissa Fields

Out of the Park

Nevada's Best-Kept Secret

Odds are you’ll love a visit to the most remote national park in the USA.

06/01/2014 By Ann Johnson

Dept. of the Interior

The Evolution of an Idyllic Park City Home

History, authenticity, and nature inform both the architecture and the design of a captivating Victory Ranch retreat.

07/15/2016 By Tina Stahlke Lewis

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Arts & Culture

Arts

Meet 3 Park City Ladies Making Amazing Crafts

From edgy leather dream catchers to celestial angel dolls, three local artisans prove that getting crafty is a craft unto itself.

06/01/2014 By Natalie Taylor

Music

Tune Town: Your Guide to Summer Concerts in Park City

How to find the perfect local music to fit your mood this summer.

06/01/2014 By Melissa Fields

Best of Park City

Outdoors

An Insider Guide to Mountain Biking Park City

Not only are the trails world-class, but the out-of-saddle opportunities—dining, nightlife, other outdoor activities—are also plentiful and diverse.

06/01/2014 By Melissa Fields

Eat & Drink

Dining

Homegrown Recipes to Add to Your Cookbook

Recipes from Park City’s family-run restaurant kitchens

06/01/2014 By Park City Staff

Dining

Sake, Demystified

Insight into the famous Japanese rice wine.

06/01/2014 By Virginia Rainey

Dining

The Life of Spice

Chimayo head chef Arturo Flores traded a career in law for one in the kitchen.

06/01/2014 By Austen Diamond

Dining

Indulgence Earned

Hitting the trail or road is what’s for dinner at the Park City Food & Wine Classic.

06/01/2014 By Kristen Gould Case

Dining Guide

Night Shift Foodie

Deer Valley’s newest connoisseur makes hay after the sun goes down.

06/01/2014 By Quinn Tanner

Dining Guide

Carnivore's Delight

Have it your way from Park City Meat & Provisions.

06/01/2014 By Virginia Rainey

Outdoors

Where to Refuel

Ask most dedicated off-road cyclists, and they’ll tell you: one of the best parts of a long, hard ride is guiltlessly eating whatever you want after getting off the bike.

06/01/2014 By Melissa Fields

Health & Wellness

Health and Wellness

The Best Brain Buckets

06/01/2014 By Aaron Lovell

Health and Wellness

Using Your Head

The best injury protection is not what’s on your head, but what’s in it.

06/01/2014 By Aaron Lovell

Home & Real Estate

Dept. of the Interior

The Evolution of an Idyllic Park City Home

History, authenticity, and nature inform both the architecture and the design of a captivating Victory Ranch retreat.

07/15/2016 By Tina Stahlke Lewis

Dept. of the Interior

Park City's Real Estate Boom

Young, new, and modern are what’s driving Park City’s recovered real estate market.

06/01/2014 By Cole D. Lehman

Dept. of the Interior

Rustic Retreat

So, you don’t have a woodsy getaway to call your own? No problem. Use this cabin-inspired home décor to create your own private Idaho.

06/01/2014 By Melissa Fields and Tessa Woolf

News & Profiles

Word About Town

Park City's Top 5 Burgers

Where Park City Magazine staffers go to satisfy the carnivorous crave.

11/21/2016 By Melissa Fields

Mountain Moguls

On the Road, Again

Heber City’s Gene Magre breathes new life into the beloved Silver Bullet.

06/01/2014 By Larry Warren

Athletes

Born to Run & Ride & Swim

In a town bristling with Olympians, World Cup competitors, and champion runners and cyclists, singling out just six of Park City’s resident elite athletes is no easy task.

06/01/2014 By Kristen Gould Case, Meghan Hicks, and Steve Phillips

Word About Town

New Sheriff in Town

Longtime local architect Jack Thomas plans to “dream ahead and backcast to the present” in his new role as Park City mayor.

06/01/2014 By Melissa Fields

Word About Town

Fashion Elevated

Local style blogger Brynne Parry translates trends for life at 7,000 feet.

06/01/2014 By Tessa Woolf

Word About Town

Let's Go Heber Valley

The Wasatch Back’s cozy Heber-Midway area is brimming over with uncommon activities and events.

06/01/2014 By Jill Adler

Word About Town

Historic Harvest

Local home brewers walk in the footsteps of ghosts.

06/01/2014 By Austen Diamond

Word About Town

Pass the PBR

Main Street’s quintessential ski-bum hangout celebrates 20 years of brews, burgers, and peanuts.

06/01/2014 By Jill Adler

Word About Town

Skinny Tire Tour

Local roadie Marty Jemison shares his favorite Tour de Park.

06/01/2014 By Austen Diamond

Word About Town

Our Town

Park City’s most recent chapter in the delicate dance of mixing old and new architecture

06/01/2014 By Melissa Fields

Word About Town

Bounty Hunting

Park City’s farmers markets and stands offer fresh, locally grown, organic, and best of all, community.

06/01/2014 By Melissa Fields

Outdoors

Word About Town

Why We Love Pickleball

As passion for pickleball sweeps Park City and the Heber Valley, here's how to get involved.

06/13/2017 By Lisa Antonucci

Park City at Play

Dog Days Respite

Rather than heading to the pool, check out the crags and cracks in the cool Uinta Mountains.

06/01/2014 By Jill Adler

Out of the Park

Nevada's Best-Kept Secret

Odds are you’ll love a visit to the most remote national park in the USA.

06/01/2014 By Ann Johnson

Outdoors

The 411 of Servicing Your Own Bike

Todd Henneman knows a thing or two about bikes.

06/01/2014 By Melissa Fields

Local Lore

Home on the Range

An eyewitness account of life at Park City’s most iconic symbol, the McPolin Barn

06/01/2014 By Jay Meehan

Things To Do

You Won't Regret a Visit to This High-Altitude Oasis

The Jordanelle Reservoir offers an unlikely high-altitude sailing haven.

06/01/2014 By Steve Phillips

Style & Shopping

Shop Talk

In the Mix

Parkite Vanessa Di Palma Wright debuts local and global designers on Main Street.

06/01/2014 By Tessa Woolf

Shopping

Orange is the New Black

No longer exclusively for traffic cones and jack-o’-lanterns, orange is off-road-cycling wear’s new go-to hue.

06/01/2014 By Melissa Fields