Datebook

Park City Weekend Agenda: April 4-7

Celebrate the end of the season Park City style with everyone’s favorite party, the Annual Pond Skimming Competition at Red Pine Lodge.  Movies, films, and a...

04/02/2019 By Vanessa Conabee

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Park City Weekend Agenda: March 28-31

Gear up for a star-studded weekend with night-gazing opportunities at Swaner Preserve and Wasatch Mountain State Park, gripping independent film, more spring...

03/26/2019 By Vanessa Conabee

Datebook

Park City Weekend Agenda: March 22-24

Weekend revelry

03/20/2019 By Vanessa Conabee

Datebook

Park City Weekend Agenda: March 14-17

Don’t miss a special screening of the award-winning documentary “On Her Shoulders,” put your IQ to the test with the MegaMind Pub Quiz, and get your green on...

03/12/2019 By Vanessa Conabee

Datebook

Park City Weekend Agenda: March 8-10, 2019

Kick back with a tremendous music lineup, get back to nature with a snowshoe tour, or challenge your family to a “History Detectives” Hunt at the Park City M...

03/06/2019 By Vanessa Conabee

Wintertime Faves

20+ Things To Do In Park City This Winter That Have Nothing To Do With Skiing or Snowboarding

The slopes might be Park City's calling card, but you don't need to strap on a pair of skis or a snowboard to have a great time here.

01/15/2018 By Michaela Wagner

On The Snow

Six Stashes, Revealed

Looking to ski or ride the gnar? Following are our favorite steep and deep runs at Deer Valley and Park City Mountain.

12/15/2017 By Rachel Day

Drinks

Your Roadmap to Beer, Wine, and Spirits in Park City

A progressive tour of Park City’s vintners, distillers, and brewers.

11/29/2017 By Melissa Fields

Made in PC

Knock Out Your Holiday Shopping at These 4 Local Markets

Swaner Holiday Market, Bling Fling Boutique, BrandedPC Pop-Up Shop, and the Park Silly Holiday Bazaar let you buy awesome products from local creators.

11/02/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Park City for the Holidays

The Agenda: New Year's Eve

Our Top 5 Picks to mark the end of 2016 for revelers of all ages.

12/27/2016 By Melissa Fields

Shopping

Support Local Artists at the BrandedPC Pop Up Shop

Between Dec. 15-17, the Park City Arts Council has a BrandedPC pop up shop selling products from more than 20 local artists and businesses.

12/15/2016 By Michaela Wagner

Dining

Sink Your Teeth Into Park City's 23 Most Iconic Dishes

Hungry? Dig in to our ultimate guide to Park City's tried-and-true dishes.

12/14/2016 By Jenn Rice Photography by Mark Maziarz

Dining

Dine with a Ghost at Riverhorse Provisions

Familiar new owners revive the Imperial Hotel as an Old Town staple.

12/14/2016 By Melissa Fields

Mountain Moguls

This Family Made a Business Out of Zip Lining

Eric and Sarah Cylvick’s Terra-Nova soars to new heights.

12/14/2016 By Jane Gendron

Out of the Park

Discover Nevada’s Best Kept Secret on this Heli-Skiing Adventure

Sampling the Ruby Mountains’ little-known skiing jackpot.

12/14/2016 By Melissa Fields

Word About Town

These Mining-Era Shacks Refuse to Let Ski Condos and Townhomes Bring Them Down

A story of property rights versus historic preservation on Park City's Rossie Hill.

12/14/2016 By Jeremy Pugh

Word About Town

Yes, You Can Travel Uphill on the Ski Slopes, Too

Here's what you need to know about skinning at Park City Mountain and other local resorts.

12/14/2016 By Melissa Fields

Word About Town

Go Back in Time with David Levinthal's "The Wild West Series"

Why David Levinthal can’t seem to get The Lone Ranger and Hopalong Cassidy out of his head.

12/14/2016 By Melissa Fields

Resort Guide

The Definitive Guide to Deer Valley

A little secret: Deer Valley’s not all about hanging out on Ski Beach and turkey chili. Here we reveal our fave powder-day runs (but not all of them, of course), the joys of Bald Mountain pho, and where we wet our whistle at the end of the day.

12/14/2016 By Jane Gendron

Future

Ever Wonder What Park City Will Look Like 20 Years From Now? Here's a Forecast for the Future.

Local leaders are scrambling to address symptoms of Park City’s success, which include road congestion, scarce affordable housing, and dwindling open space. But will their efforts be enough?

12/14/2016 By Renée Huang