In 1963, Park City Mountain Resort (then known as Treasure Mountain) was the first ski resort to open in the area.
The largest ski and snowboard resort in Utah, Canyons Resort has plenty to keep you occupied come summer. Thrill seekers won't want to miss the pulse-quickening Lookout Zip Tour.
For the summer season, Deer Valley's Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater will host a variety of music festivals and concert series.
Gorgoza Park features seven tubing lanes for tubers of all levels.
The crater, which began forming 10,000 years ago, is the only warm scuba diving destination in the continental US.
Not sure how to cap off your Park City adventure?
The center has been a cultural hub since opening in 1976 and features nationally renowned artists.
Every summer, mountain bikers from around the world flock to the Deer Valley Resort in order to experience its world-class trails.
In summer, Park City transforms into a hiker’s paradise.
The Alf Engen Ski and George Eccles 2002 Olympic Winter Games museums celebrate ski culture in Park City.
The Park City Museum is a must-see for anyone interested in the town’s history.
Park Silly Sunday Market is a festival, kid's playground, and farmer's market happening all in one place along the city's historic Main Street.
Every June, the gastronomically inclined head to Park City for Savor the Summit, Park City’s annual restaurant event.
A massive winter sports venue built for the 2002 Winter Olympics, Utah Olympic Park still serves as a training center for high-performance athletes.