Local Lore

The Evolution of Mountain Biking in Park City

A brief history of mountain biking in Park City, from rogue trail building and the Tour des Suds to Gold Level Ride Center.

06/13/2017 By Thomas Cooke

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

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

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

Trail Tuesday

Going Off the Grid to Summit Park

For a cool and quick after-work or lunchtime pedal, head to Park City's highest neighborhood.

06/06/2017 By Melissa Fields

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

Golfing

It's Tee Time: 6 Reasons to Get Your Golf on in Park City

Area courses are opening up for the season and you should be here!

05/26/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Trail Tuesday

PC Hill, Two Ways

From either side, a hike up PC Hill is a quick way to knock out a short and sweet cardio workout.

05/23/2017 By Melissa Fields

Why You Should Be Here Now

The Top Five Reasons to Visit Park City This Summer

Festivals, food, and music are just a slice of what's on tap in Park City during the summer months.

05/19/2017 Edited by Melissa Fields

Trail Tuesday

Meet the Guy Who Plans to Run or Ride 18 Park City Trail Races This Summer

Modeled after Colorado's Leadman Series, Pete Stoughton aims to run and ride 500 miles this summer to become Park City's first "Miner Man."

05/16/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Trail Tuesday

Spring Hiking 101

Rain, sun, melting snow, how do you decide where to go when you're looking for a hike this spring?

05/11/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Slideshow

Mikah Meyer's Van Trip to All the National Park Service Sites

One man, one van and three years to visit every park, monument, and historic site in the country.

05/04/2017 Photography by Mikah Meyers

Van Life

Meet the Man Traveling to Every National Monument in His Van

Mikah Meyer has embarked on one of the most epic road trips of all time—seeing all 415-plus U.S. National Park Service sites!

05/04/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Spring

There's Still More Ski Season to be Savored at Snowbird

Post-season depression setting in? Have no fear, the lifts haven't stopped turning everywhere: the 'Bird is still open for business.

04/20/2017 By Michaela Wagner

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Pond Skimming Competition 2017

Check out the best costumes and splashes from Park City Mountain Resort's annual pond skimming competition!

04/18/2017 Videography by Michaela Wagner

Out of the Park

Cross the Dolores River Off Your River Rafting Bucket List

Record snowmelt is making the Dolores River viable for commercial trips for the first time in years—now's your chance to run it.

04/05/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Park City at Play

These Photos Will Get You Excited for Pond Skimming

The annual tradition returns for big splashes and better costumes on April 7th at Park City Mountain Resort.

04/05/2017 Photography by Park City Mountain Resort By Michaela Wagner

Cycling

Checking Out Utah's Next Desert Mountain Biking Mecca

Why you should tune up your wheels and make plans for a spring cycling sojourn in Vernal

03/24/2017 By Melissa Fields

Outdoors

10 Reasons to Love Spring Skiing in Park City

Bluebird days, longer après hours, and fun costumes are just a few of the reasons to enjoy the change of season.

03/15/2017 By Michaela Wagner