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What to See and Do in Park City – a guide to notable attractions and landmarks

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Park City has made quite a contribution to Utah’s reputation as one of the finest destinations for outdoor adventure in the US. Whether you’re chasing the best of winter skiing or want to tour some majestic mountainsides on foot or by bike in summer time, you’ll not be disappointed. As well as 3 thrilling ski resorts, the city is bursting with unique and interesting things to do for active types of all inclinations.
Utah Olympic Park



About a 15-minute drive from the center of Park City is the Utah Olympic Park, a competition venue used during the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. Now open all year round, the site features a range of Olympic-themed sporting attractions. Whether you want to catch a cast of professional athletes in training, experience first hand the top-end speed of a bobsled, learn the ins and outs of the luge and skeleton, or simply take a guided tour of the Olympic competition locations, you’ll be well taken care of. During the summer you can soar sky-high on a 500-foot zip-line, rip down an enormous alpine slide, test out the Comet bobsled ride, and take in some truly entrancing views.


Alpine Coaster



The Alpine Coaster found at the Park City Mountain Resort offers a rousing combination of breathtaking scenery and a high-speed tumble down a steep mountainside on a toboggan-style car. It really is a rollercoaster with a difference: the elevated track weaves through more than a mile of gorgeous emerald green and sparkling white wilderness – depending on when you ride – with enough twists and turns to rattle even the hardiest thrill-seeker. Being in control of the speed at which you travel makes this a particularly unique attraction of its kind. The weather can affect the coaster’s opening times.


Park City Museum



As well as being a magical natural landscape for holidaymakers to explore, Park City is crammed full of interesting history. With over 60 of the city’s structures listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings, and a labyrinth of old gold, silver, and lead mining tunnels running through the surrounding mountains, any curious tourists will have a lot to sink their teeth into. Park City Museum on Main Street houses a wealth of fun and accessible information about the town’s mining and ski industries. The site plays host to a variety of exhibitions and interactive activities for families to enjoy. For a real taste of the past, the museum’s specialist walking tours are sure to hit the spot.