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Top 10 Things to Do in Park City in Summer

Exploring Utah's Mountain Paradise

Whether you're an adrenaline junkie, foodie or shopaholic, Park City has plenty to offer summertime visitors

The Top Attractions in Park City

Most commonly associated with world-class skiing and the Sundance Film Festival, Park City may not seem like an obvious summer vacation choice. In reality, this picturesque mountain town has a surprising amount to offer travelers outside of ski season. The area's three expansive winter resorts transform into a verdant paradise with tons of unique attractions. You won't be missing the powder when you're screaming down a zip line at 55 miles per hour! Visitors who prefer a slower pace can catch a hot air balloon ride over the Wasatch Mountain Range. Whether you're an adrenaline junkie, foodie or shopaholic, you're sure to enjoy Park City's top 10 summertime activities.

 

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