Resort Guide

Murdock to McConkey's: Skiing Park City Mountain Resort

An insider’s guide to navigating the United States’ largest mountain resort

01/01/2016 By Tom Clyde

Top Stories

Slope-Ready Style

Snow & Ice

Fur, diamonds, and skis, oh my! Haute skiwear meets dazzling jewelry in this collection of match-made-in-mountain-heaven frosty-weather looks.

01/01/2016 By Tessa R. Woolf Photography by Mitch Meyer

Profiles

Check Out This Park City High School Where Academics and Elite Athletics Meet

Park City's one-of-a-kind Winter Sports School gives students athletes what they need to succeed in the classroom and on the slopes, rink, and track.

01/01/2016 By Jane Gendron Photography by Austen Diamond

Profiles

Summit Stories

Meet the fixer, the altruist, and the eternal optimist.

01/01/2016 By Lisa Antonucci and Kristen Gould Case

Table of Contents

Arts & Culture

Arts

Why It's Worth Sticking Around for Sundance's Less-Publicized Second Half

Eschewing Sundance’s noise-heavy first few days for its all-about-the-artistry second half

01/23/2017 By Katie Eldridge

Arts

Patience Has Its Virtues

Following are a few highlights of the Sundance Film Festival’s second half.

01/01/2016 By Katie Eldridge

Photography

Ode to the Park

“We wanted to hit all the things that make Park City great: arts, history, trails, open space, and, of course, the mountains.”

01/01/2016 By Melissa Fields

Visual Art

Mod in the Park

Including the Illuminations of Africa, a National Geographic photo collection.

01/01/2016 By Melissa Fields

Arts

Art in the Fast Lane

R. Nelson Parrish translates his love for moving fast into eye-catching art.

01/01/2016 By Cole D. Lehman

Arts

Hidden in Plain Sight: Uncovering Park City's Not So Obvious Art

Noticing and appreciating Park City’s not-so-obvious artistic gems

01/01/2016 By Tiffini Porter

Eat & Drink

Food & Drink

Learn Whiskey Making from the Local Masters at High West

Head on over to Wanship for a peek at High West’s destination distillery

05/01/2017 By Virginia Rainey

Food & Drink

Crazy for Cacao

Much like wine, cheese, and coffee, America’s favorite treat has caught on as the small-batch, ethically sourced foodstuff du jour.

01/01/2016 By Renèe Huang

Murdough to McConkey's

Refuel At These 7 Park City Mountain Eateries

Eating your way around the new Park City.

01/01/2016 By Kelley Epstein

Food & Drink

The Eat Beat

News and tidbits about dining in the Park.

01/01/2016 By Melissa Fields

Food & Drink

Après Into the Night

Where to sip a warm cocktail, relax by a sizzling fire, and unwind after a day on the slopes.

01/01/2016 By Jenn Rice

Food & Drink

A Flawless Dinner in the Park

A curated guide to a dreamy, mouthwatering meal, from start to finish—if only we could devour it all in one evening.

01/01/2016 By Jenn Rice

Food & Drink

Absinthe Minded

The lore, lure, and return of the storied green fairy

01/01/2016 By Virginia Rainey

Food & Drink

Passing the Spoon

Julie Wilson, architect of Deer Valley’s renowned culinary offerings, cedes the helm.

01/01/2016 By Steve Phillips

Food & Drink

At Your Service

Combined, the men and women pictured here have served patrons at bars and eateries up and down Main Street for 129 years.

01/01/2016 By Lisa Antonucci

Home & Real Estate

Department of the Interior

Win-Win Proposition

Park City leads a nationwide race for a $5 million energy conservation prize.

01/01/2016 By Jennifer Guetschow

Department of the Interior

The Connected Home

New apps and heightened system compatibility make “smart”-ening a home easier and more affordable than ever.

01/01/2016 By Ann Johnson

Department of the Interior

Old Town Industrial

Urban-rustic details combined with a knack for spatial design make for large living in intimate Old Town.

01/01/2016 By Tina Stahlke Lewis Photography by Paul Richer

News & Profiles

Word About Town

Meet One of Park City's Few Remaining Innkeepers

Hospitality reigns supreme at the Old Town Guest House.

10/10/2016 By Melissa Fields

Word About Town

Getting to Know One of the Area's Most Opportunistic Residents

Fact and fantasy about one of the West’s few remaining predators, the coyote.

10/10/2016 By Steve Phillips

Profiles

Check Out This Park City High School Where Academics and Elite Athletics Meet

Park City's one-of-a-kind Winter Sports School gives students athletes what they need to succeed in the classroom and on the slopes, rink, and track.

01/01/2016 By Jane Gendron Photography by Austen Diamond

The View From Here

Betting on the Little Guy

Park City Municipal puts even more skin in the game to shape the local business climate now and into the future.

01/01/2016 By Melissa Fields

Word About Town

Shake Your Family Tree on Main Street, Park City

The Family Tree Center helps people trace their ancestry for free.

01/01/2016 By Melissa Fields

Words About Town

Bivalve Renaissance

Saved from the brink of extinction by aquaculture, oysters are the old/new appetizer du jour.

01/01/2016 By Melissa Fields

Feast

Top 5 Après Apps

Check out our top 5 après-ski appetizer picks.

01/01/2016 By Ted Scheffler Photography by Barrett Doran

Bark City

A Dog's Life

Wet noses and tail wags at the Montage

01/01/2016 By Barinan Cohen

Profiles

Summit Stories

Meet the fixer, the altruist, and the eternal optimist.

01/01/2016 By Lisa Antonucci and Kristen Gould Case

Word About Town

The Goods Get Better

How the ski-resort purse strings have been loosened both here in the Park and across Utah

01/01/2016 By Park City Staff

Mountain Moguls

The Next Step for Snow Sports in the Face of Climate Change

USSA CEO Tiger Shaw focuses on awareness and global responsibility.

01/01/2016 By Lisa Antonucci

Word About Town

Active Observer

How Charlie Lansche, an Idaho transplant who once helped put Park City on the map, now finds both comfort and beauty in photography.

01/01/2016 By Kristen Gould Case

Word About Town

A Social Network for Skiers

The US’s premier recreational ski program partners with the pros.

01/01/2016 By Adam Spencer

Word About Town

What's in a Name?

At Park City Brewery, tanks are people, too.

01/01/2016 By Lisa Antonucci

Word About Town

A Sundance Cup o’ Joe

A part-time Parkite spreads his love for emerging talent through Koffeehouse Music.

01/01/2016 By Jill Adler

Word About Town

Sliding Into History

Following a relatively quiet post-Olympics season (save for one glass ceiling–busting event last February), this winter at the UOP promises to be a hot one.

01/01/2016 By Adam Spencer

Outdoors

Gear

Backcountry Essentials

Our recommendations for backcountry ready gear.

01/11/2017 By Mark Menlove

Park City at Play

Backcountry Renaissance

The backstory—and latest news—about skiing Park City without a chairlift.

01/01/2016 By Mark Menlove

Park City Calendar

The Best Deal in Town

Hitting the trails (and the taverns) with the Park City Mountain Sports Club

01/01/2016 By Steve Phillips

Park City Calendar

Closing Day Tomfoolery

Relishing the season's last lift-served hours

01/01/2016 By Austen Diamond

Out of the Park

Below the Rim

A wintertime trek to the Grand Canyon’s storied Phantom Ranch

01/01/2016 By Melissa Fields

Local Lore

Old Town Steward

The life and times of one of Park City’s most curious buildings, the National Garage

01/01/2016 By Tina Stahlke Lewis

Resort Guide

Murdock to McConkey's: Skiing Park City Mountain Resort

An insider’s guide to navigating the United States’ largest mountain resort

01/01/2016 By Tom Clyde

Editor's Letter

Admiring From Afar

"I choose to ride the lifts for the same reason I buy powder skis and wear gloves: it makes skiing a whole lot more pleasant."

01/01/2016 By Melissa Fields

Style & Shopping

Slope-Ready Style

Snow & Ice

Fur, diamonds, and skis, oh my! Haute skiwear meets dazzling jewelry in this collection of match-made-in-mountain-heaven frosty-weather looks.

01/01/2016 By Tessa R. Woolf Photography by Mitch Meyer

Shopping Guide

Will Work for Treats

The latest park and trail fashions, courtesy of USSA’s newest team member

01/01/2016 By Park City Staff

Shop Talk

Hip Stitch

Margaux Kelleher’s cozy, yarn-filled boutique is a knitter’s paradise.

01/01/2016 By Tessa R. Woolf