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  • Jamie Zimchek
  • Tips and Suggestions

Yes, Park City, Utah is home to three big name resorts. And yes, it would be easy to stay busy simply sticking to the slopes. But that would be to overlook some of Park City’s special winter offerings, like dog sledding and snow tubing. Or a sleigh ride, pulled by snowcat, up to the Viking Yurt at ...

  • Jamie Zimchek
  • Tips and Suggestions

Just because you wouldn’t know Bode Miller from a bobsled doesn’t mean you’re completely out of the running when it comes to acting like a medalist in some snow related sport. In fact, though plenty of professional athletes can be observed spraying snow on the skeleton track, slo...

  • Jamie Zimchek
  • Tips and Suggestions

So we might be exaggerating here for effect - we can’t guarantee that Park City vacation rentals will save your marriage (especially if you’re not married to begin with). But what an extended winter stay in some sumptuous condo might do is bring your family closer together. Under the same roof, if n...

  • Jamie Zimchek
  • Activities

You don’t have to be a vampire, or even like vampires, to be a fan of night skiing. Sure, it’s often a little bit chillier out there on the slopes after dark, but there’s something surreal about those bright lights, like some runway all lit up for a speedy take-off. Unconvinced? ...

  • Tyson Henrie
  • Tips and Suggestions

You don’t have to be a professional athlete to experience Olympic thrills in Park City. In Utah Olympic Park you can observe the pros while they train on slopes, ski jumps, and skeleton tracks. But they also let you have your own personal run at the excitement. Park City is one of the few places whe...

  • Jamie Zimchek
  • Sleep and Eat

In Park City they like to say they have almost as many rooms as there are trees on the slopes. Let’s face it: that’s probably an exaggeration. But there’s no arguing that this small resort town played successful host to the 2002 Winter Olympics, so it can certainly handle the hordes that descend ev...

  • Tyson Henrie
  • Sleep and Eat

The right lodging in Park City puts you minutes from the action happening on the slopes, and from quaint, but lively, historic downtown. And you don’t have to settle for your typical hotel room. There is a myriad of options for various group sizes and style of accommodation when you choose to stay i...

  • Jamie Zimchek
  • Tips and Suggestions

You don’t have to have a background in meteorology to appreciate the exceptional powder of Utah’s Wasatch Range. But Utahns don’t just brag about their powder. It’s the white stuff in general, from lake effect snowfall to the shape of the snowflake and the snow’s moisture content that sets tongues t...

  • Jamie Zimchek
  • Activities

Yes, downhill skiing and snowboarding is fun. We agree. But have you ever wished that you could enjoy a snowy interlude that was a little bit less hurried? Less high-speed quad, more quiet? Fewer moguls and more mother nature? Happily, we have a solution, one that allows you to join the rest of yo...

  • Jonathan Haglund
  • Overview

Choosing between the several Utah ski resorts can be daunting when you're not from the area, and once you have you may think the snow is whiter on the other side of the mountain. First things first: consider Utah climate and geography. Storms visit the Beehive state by way of the Pacific Nor...

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