Outdoors

Tap into Local Women-Centric Adventures

Four ways for outdoors-loving ladies to bond and learn on the trail and beyond.

07/09/2019 By Jené Shaw

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Park City Weekend Agenda: July 18–21

Summit County unleashes all manner of live music—indoors and out—as well as a free Sundance screening of "The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind," outdoor adventure,...

07/09/2019 By Vanessa Conabee

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Park City Weekend Agenda: July 12–14

Dive into local culture with everything from the annual Summit Arts Showcase and Beethoven Festival to an outdoor "E.T" screening accompanied by Utah Symphon...

07/09/2019 By Vanessa Conabee

Fun on the Fourth

Park City Independence Day Agenda

Get out your red, white, and blue for this week's star-spangled happenings.

07/02/2019 By Vanessa Conabee

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Park City Weekend Agenda: June 28–30

Pack a picnic for the first big-name, outdoor concerts of the season, check out leaf printing at Wasatch Mountain State Park, party at the McPolin Farm, and ...

06/25/2019 By Vanessa Conabee

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Park City Weekend Agenda: June 20–22

Bask in the longest days of summer with celebrations ranging from Olympic Day and Savor the Summit to solstice yoga and outdoor adventure—plus top-notch conc...

06/18/2019 By Vanessa Conabee

Hot Off the Presses

Pick Up Your Copy of Park City Magazine's Summer/Fall Issue Today!

The latest print issue of Park City Magazine is now available around town.

06/18/2019 By Jane Gendron

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Park City Weekend Agenda: June 14-16

Groove into the weekend with the Latino Arts Festival, grab a chairlift at either resort for lift-served hiking and biking, check out the annual Historic Hom...

06/11/2019 By Vanessa Conabee

Can't-Miss Soirée

An Insider’s Guide to Park City’s Savor the Summit

How to navigate the June 22 culinary kick-off to summer

06/10/2019 By Jené Shaw

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Park City Weekend Agenda: June 7–9

Summer is in full swing with D-Day Remembrance festivities, a Monster Drawing Rally, an International Ocean Film Festival—and live concerts aplenty, includi...

06/05/2019 By Vanessa Conabee

Out of the park

4 Nearby Hikes That Offer More Than Just a Vista

Hit the road for an adventure that might just include a dip in a hot spring or a glimpse of a bison herd.

06/04/2019 By Joanna Flug

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Park City Weekend Agenda: May 31–June 2

Giddyup for trail runs (for all ages), the NAC's Barn Party, live music, the first Silly Market of the season, and much more.

05/29/2019 By Vanessa Conabee

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Q&A with Rickie Lee Jones

Performing in Park City this June, Jones chats with PCM about her debut album, sexism in the music biz, falling in love with the audience, and much more.

05/22/2019 By Ted Scheffler

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Park City Weekend Agenda: May 23–27

This weekend marks the summer opening of Park City Mountain and Utah Olympic Park, plus athletic, cultural, and community events, ranging from live music and...

05/22/2019 By Vanessa Conabee

Local Lore

Park City's Silver Queen

Step back in time to meet Susanna Bransford, one of the silver mining era's millionaires, and check out ways to experience more Park City history.

05/15/2019 By Michaela Wagner

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Park City Weekend Agenda: May 16-19

Run for education, nurture that artistic side, meditate alongside horses, or take in some rock-n-roll good times.

05/15/2019 By Vanessa Conabee

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Park City Weekend Agenda: May 9-12

Celebrate spring with new exhibits, rockin’ bands, Mother’s Day bouquets, and community arts happenings.

05/07/2019 By Vanessa Conabee

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Park City Weekend Agenda: May 2-5

Spin into spring with Soldier Hollow Bike Festival and Young Riders Bike Swap, and revel in gospel, film, art, starry skies, and Follies.

05/01/2019 By Vanessa Conabee

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Park City Weekend Agenda: April 24-28

Get local this weekend with everything from Park City Follies and the gallery stroll to bird-watching and dog shows.

04/24/2019 By Vanessa Conabee

Green City

5 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day in Park City

Check out fun, eco-opportunities in the coolest place on the planet (well, we're hoping to keep it that way).

04/16/2019 By Michaela Wagner