Dining

Feast Your Eyes on The Decadent Set-ups at Savor the Summit

Sure the food is the main attraction, but seeing the elaborate table decor of some of Park City's premiere eateries is also well worth a stroll along Main St...

06/20/2017 Photography by Michaela Wagner

New Issue

Summer 2017 Issue of Park City Magazine Now on Newsstands

Pick up the best guide in town for local profiles, what's happening around town, the best food, and how to get the most out of summer in the mountains.

06/14/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Mountain Moguls

How This Knitting Queen Loved by Vogue and Goop Turned Her Passion to a Purpose

Alexandra Gibson sustains craft and culture with her locally based, globally relevant Sien + Co.

06/13/2017 By Jane Gendron Photography by Nicole Morgenthau

Park City at Play

NAC Explores New Opportunities for People of All Abilities

The National Ability Center expands its reach through a new partnership with Splore.

06/13/2017 By Steve Phillips

Tech

Meet the Journalist-Turned-VR Filmmaker Behind Al Gore’s Inconvenient Sequel

Through VR, Parkite Danfung Dennis hopes to finally tap into a storyteller’s ultimate prize: empathy.

06/13/2017 By Jill Orschel

Neighborhoods

4 Reasons to Love Park City's Trailside Neighborhood

A new school, bountiful recreation programming, and lots of singletrack are just a few of the perks of living in Trailside.

06/13/2017 By Jane Gendron

Summit Stories

This Woman Proves Dogs Are a Girl’s Best Friend

Tori Saylor finds purpose caring for people's furry friends.

06/13/2017 By Larry Warren

Summit Stories

Meet the Man Behind Snyderville Basin’s Stellar Trail System

Bob Radke dabbled in just about everything before he became Basin Rec’s trail guru.

06/13/2017 By Kristen Gould Case

Summit Stories

Meet Former Spy Pilot Frank Furr

From spy planes to Park City, how one pilot found his way to the mountains.

06/13/2017 By Larry Warren

Local Color

Life Lessons from Park City's Rasta Man

Park City Rasta man Errol Grant sings his way into our hearts, every day.

06/13/2017 By Kristen Gould Case

Word About Town

How Cat Lovers Can Help Save the Birds

Swaner Preserve steps up its game to find a humane way to live with Kimball Junction’s community cats colony.

06/13/2017 By Steve Phillips

Word About Town

Catch Big Air at Woodward Mountain Center

Kids’ bodies and minds will be the focus at Woodward Park City's sports training facility.

06/13/2017 By Bari Nan Rothchild

Interview

Tree Care 101 From Park City’s Tree Hugger Extraordinaire

Expert tips on keeping mountain fruit trees in tip-top shape from a woman who knows a bit about forests.

06/13/2017 By Sharon McNeill

Word About Town

The Bike Life Just Got a Little Sweeter

Park City gets two new mountain biking trails.

06/13/2017 Edited by Melissa Fields

Word About Town

Utah's First Public E-Bike Share Program Rolls Into Park City

Ditch your car and hop on one of these slick e-bikes starting July 14.

06/13/2017 By Thomas Cooke

Word About Town

Save the Bees in Your Backyard

The buzz from local beekeepers on how to help protect the insect responsible for one in every three bites of food we eat.

06/13/2017 Edited by Melissa Fields

At the Park City Farmer's Market

Meet the Woman Selling Hip Duds from a Vintage Airstream

Fashionable, locally made designs and affordable prices come together at Ali Burgess's Stilo Stream.

06/12/2017 By Rachel Day

Trail Tuesday

Two New Mountain Biking Trails Open in Park City

Deer Valley Resort and the DeJoria Center are treating mountain bikers to even more fantastic trails this summer.

05/30/2017 By Michaela Wagner

In Memory

Remembering Olympic Champion and Park City Native, Steven Holcomb

The Utah Olympic Park will host a celebration of Steve Holcomb's life on Saturday, June 10.

05/30/2017 By Utah Olympic Park

Community

Help Keep Our Community Garden Running with "Seeds of Change"

Support the gardens with a fundraising event featuring delicious natural food, prizes, and a live auction.

05/24/2017 By Michaela Wagner