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Hurtle down ski slopes at dawn as the sun breaks over the mountain peaks, relax in decadent spas, and unleash your cultural side in a variety of museums. Park City is more than just a winter sports destination, although it’s arguably most famous for its slopes. It’s a lively, vivacious mountain town where historic shopping streets offer hours of retail therapy alongside elegant restaurants and trendy bars, and the nearby Utah Olympic Park features daredevil bobsled rides you won’t want to miss.

Things to see

It’s normal to find ski lifts in winter resort destinations, but if you choose to vacation in Park City, Utah, why not try the Town Lift on for size. Working in the same way as a traditional ski lift, this chair ride doesn’t take you anywhere near the slopes. Instead, it deposits you in the heart of Park City’s Historic Main Street, a quaint shopping locale lined with old fashioned shops, brick-fronted banks, and interesting museums. A little south of Park City, in the impressive scenery of the Wasatch Mountain State Park, there’s a sight you won’t want to miss. The Homestead Crater is a spectacular hollow, formed in limestone rock over a period of 10,000 years. At the top, a gaping hole allows natural light to stream in, while inside, a natural pool of warm mineral water attracts a steady line of bathers. It’s not the only attraction in this vast landscape though. The summer months bring golfers to Park City’s 18 hole course, while adventure companies operating here break out the snowmobiles at the first sign of frost.

Hotels in Park City

It goes without saying that you’ll find plenty of luxury hotels in Park City, and when you’re talking top-budget accommodation in this pretty alpine town, you’re talking ski-in ski-out access to the best slopes, elegant bedrooms with private fireplaces, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, and luxury bathrooms with complimentary toiletries. If you don’t mind swapping your Egyptian cotton sheets for something a little less refined, there is a good selection of discount hotels in Park City as well. Popular American chain motels have a presence here, as well as some independent condo resorts where you don’t just book a room, you book a whole apartment for your stay.

Where to stay

Park City is a fairly sprawling place. It spreads around the base of the mountains to the west, stretching to the pretty, small-town neighborhood of Canyons Resort in the north, and as far south as the quaint tourist town of Midway. Downtown Park City is actually the area along Historic Main Street, a jumbled collection of antiquated independent stores with old-fashioned awnings. Harley-Davidson Motorcycles has a shop here, right next to the dramatic façade of the Egyptian Theatre. A little further along, local art galleries open onto the street next to popular coffee shops, discount hotels, and trendy bars.

How to get to Park City

Sitting just east of Salt Lake City means international travelers heading to Park City, Utah, can fly into the Salt Lake City International Airport. It’s a relatively short journey along Interstate 80 to get to this popular tourist destination, and you can make the journey by public bus if you want to avoid hiring a car. When you’re here, there are plenty of options for getting around. Hiring a bike lets you take advantage of the adventurous side to this city, while the free public transport service means you can let someone else do the driving anytime you like.

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