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Play on the Peaks and Dance in the Sun
On the eastern side of the Wasatch Mountains in the Rockies is the stunning resort town of Park City, Utah. As the one of the homes of the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympic Games, it is a popular winter sports haven. However, Park City is also a year-round hub for all outdoor and action-packed sports. At the same time, its natural beauty and serene atmosphere make it a popular destination for luxury travel. The annual Sundance Film Festival that takes place there each January brings the well-heeled and movie stars to celebrate independent movie making. Combined with the luxury accommodations, gourmet dining and incredible skiing, Park City is one destination that guarantees year-round excitement.
During the rest of the winter, Park City brings winter sports enthusiasts from around the world to enjoy some of the best snow and skiing conditions anywhere. The three ski and winter sports resorts, Park City Mountain Resort, The Canyons Resort and Deer Valley Resort are world-class and Olympic-level. Park City Mountain Resort, is the place where the US Ski Team trains and where the snowboarding, slalom and giant slalom ski events took place during the 2002 Olympic Games. The Canyons and Deer Valley Ski Resorts are all nearby. Deer Valley hosted the freestyle moguls, alpine and aerial events while the Canyons Resort has hosted the Sprint Grand Prix of Snowboardcross and Skicross.
As with all year-round mountain resorts, there is endless action during the warmer months as well. When it warms up, Park City and the area’s resorts transform into a summer playland. At all the mountains in Park City, the runs and trails are open for number of activities. Hiking and mountaineering tours are available, and the mountain biking is second to none. The International Mountain Biking Association named Park City a Gold-Level Ride Center due to the quality of the trails, facilities and community. Beyond that there are zip lines, fly fishing, hot air ballooning, rafting, water sports and more.
While you are in Park City, rest assured that the lodging, dining and shopping are of top quality. The St Regis Deer Valley is a luxurious ski-in/ski-out property. The Waldorf Astoria Park City is another luxury location where every detail is attended to and perfection for guests is the highest priority. The dining options in Park City are in line with the qualities seen elsewhere in town with top chefs spending time there, creating menus and opening restaurants. Regardless when you visit Park City, there is no question that you time will be satisfied with everything that Park City promises to be.