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Park City, located 35 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport, is a year-round destination not only for skiers, but bikers, hikers and festival-goers as well. Set in Utah’s 12,000-foot Wasatch Range, Park City boasts 370 miles of hiking and biking trails, blue ribbon trout streams, restaurants and bustling nightlife.

Three world-class ski resorts, Deer Valley, Park City and the Canyons, are easily accessible from Park City. The nearby Uinta Mountains offer 500,000 acres of wilderness to camp, climb, hike and explore.
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Mountain Town 4th: Where to Watch Fireworks

The following roundup highlights some of the biggest and brightest 4th of July celebrations across the country. Full Article

Park City Launches Summer Activities Memorial Day Weekend

Park City cranks up its summer thrill rides May 28.

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Jeremy Ranch Golf & Country Club

(801-531-9000 or 800-882-4386; 8770 N. Jeremy Road, Park City, UT 64098. Ranked #1 in the state by "Golf Week," this Arnold Palmer-designed course is par 72, 7,327 yards. Driving range; putting green; chipping area; practice bunker; full service pro shop; snack bar; on c...

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  • Park City By Balloon

    Park City Balloon Adventures (800-396-8787 or 435-645-8787; offers the lay of the land in a 30-minute, one-hour or Wasatch mountain adventure flight, complete with continental breakfast, champagne, and flight certificate. Or, try Morning Star Balloons (877-685-8555 or 435-645-7433; Full Article

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  • Park City Municipal Golf Club

    (801-521-2135 or 435-615-5800) 1055 Iron Horse Drive, Park City, UT 84068. This is a public course with 18 holes, 6,400 yards, par 72, rating 69 (white). Clubhouse; driving range; chipping green; lessons; rentals; dining; lodging at Hotel Park City. Spikeless shoes required. 18 holes: Residents:$32; Non-Res:$43; add $14 for cart. 9 holes: Residents: $16; Non-Res: $21.50; add $7 for cart. Full Article

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  • Glenwild

    (877-902-9453 or 435-615-9453; 7085 Glenwild Drive, off I-80., Park City, UT 84098. This is Park City's premier, private championship course designed by Tom Fazio. It's 7,541 yards, par 71. Rating 75.7 (blue); slope rating 136, double-sided practice facility with practice bunkers, chipping greens, and driving range. Full Article

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  • Wasatch Mountain Course

    (801-266-0268 or 435-654-0532) North Homestead Drive, Midway, UT 84049. This public course is located in Heber Valley, about 20 miles from Park City. The layout offers choice of mountain, lake or valley course. The 36 holes are spread over two courses: par 72/71; 6,459/6,322 yards. Full Article

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  • Park City Hiking

    Several outfitters, including Norwegian Outdoor Exploration Center (800-649-5322 or 435-649-5322;, Jans Mountain Outfitters (800-745-1020 or 435-649-4949;, and White Pine Touring Center (435-649-8710;, not only rents gear, but specializes in mountain biking, hiking, and rock climbing guided tours into the Wasatch b Full Article

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  • Park City By Lift And Bike

    Lift-served mountain biking and hiking via the Town Lift from Park City's Main Street or the PayDay Lift from the resort village. Full Article

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  • Park City: Summer Music In The Rockies

    Park City stakes its claim as a prime force in summer music.. Throughout July and August, the Utah Symphony will perform at the Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater in Deer Valley. Under Boston Pops conductor Keith Lockhart, they will play opera, pop and classical, sometimes with special guests. Notables will include LeAnne Rimes, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Chuck Berry. Full Article

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  • Park Meadows Country Club

    (435-649-2460; 2000 Meadows Drive, Park City, UT 84060. This private course is Jack Nicklaus designed in the Scottish links tradition, with 105 sand bunkers and water on 12 holes. It is home of the Senior PGA Franklin Quest Championship. Full Article

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  • Art and Music In Park City

    The Park City Arts Festival is one of the biggest events of its kind in the West. More than 200 artists exhibit and sell their work, there's live entertainment, music, stuff for the kids to do, and great food. It is held annually on the first weekend of August, Friday through Sunday. Full Article

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  • Olympic Glory & Fine Picnics in Park City

    Take a tour of the venue for the Olympic Nordic jumping events at the Utah Olympic Park (435-658-4200; and watch freestyle aerialists practice throwing their latest tricks into a pool, while you hang out on the grass with a picnic or burger bought from the snack bar upstairs in the Alf Engen Ski Museum at the UOP (435-658-4240; Full Article

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