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The Perfect Summer Day in Park City

Your first experience in the Wasatch Mountains will keep you coming back to Park City for more natural beauty, public trails, three world-class mountain resorts, restaurants and bars, public art, and free transportation. This laid-back, sophisticated Utah city combines ski resort glam and back-country attitude.
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Park City, UT 84060, USA
One of Park City's best attributes is its devotion to preserving open space. The city, in partnership with Summit Land Conservancy, has saved over 6,000 acres from development, and local citizens have bonded $62 million toward the cause. The...
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4460 Split Rail Ln, Park City, UT 84098, USA
Park City has a half-dozen public parks, with playgrounds, playing fields, tennis and basketball courts, barbecue pavilions, volleyball courts, and more. Some of the parks have fenced-in doggie play areas, others have skateboard or bike parks. You...
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528 Main St, Park City, UT 84060, USA
Park City has more than 80 buildings on the National Historic Register and locals take pride in getting historic preservation grants to fix up the old miners' shacks left behind from the silver mining days in the late 1890s. The best way to see a...
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An almost daily occurance in Park City: colorful hot air balloons dotting the big blue skies. The propane flame filling the balloons' envelopes sounds like a dragon breathing his fiery breath. You might hear it from your condo or hotel room before...
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1345 Lowell Ave, Park City, UT 84060, USA
Park City Mountain Resort was the first of Park City's three ski areas to offer summer activities. Even though their selection of fun tickets includes mini golf, an alpine coaster, a zip line, and a climbing wall, the alpine slide is still a...
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Park City, UT 84060, USA
Park City’s free public bus system makes it so easy to get around town, you really don’t even need a rental car when you visit. Schedules change with the seasons, so check the website, but in general, buses run from about 7:30 am to midnight...