Things To Do On And Off The Hill

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Looking for winter fun off the mountain? Pursue new perspectives by touring this winter wonderland on a dog sled, snowmobile, snowshoe hike or hot air balloon ride. If you’re daring, hop on the bobsled at Utah Olympic Park and take the ride of a lifetime! If you enjoy being on the mountain and would like something different, cruise down zip lines or the alpine coaster, go tubing or work on your fitness by cross-country skiing.



Cross-Country Skiing

Park City has been a haven for cross-country skiers for decades, combining the benefits of aerobic exercise with the tranquility of the Rocky Mountains. Park City offers a wide variety of options from groomed trails, complete with classic tracks, or more rustic touring trails in the nearby mountains.

Insider Tip: Looking for a challenge? Step into the shoes of some locals and check out Round Valley, a local favourite with free trails packed with rolling hills and steep ascents.

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Dog Sledding

Experience the thrill of gliding over spectacular snow-covered meadows of the Wasatch and Uinta Mountain Ranges behind a team of dogs, generally huskies, many of which have been rescued and given the chance to do what they love…run.

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Fly Fishing

In Park City, you’re never far from a crystal-clear river or stream. Grab some waders and a pole and spend an afternoon-or a week-tapping your line across the cool mountain waters.

Insider Tip: Fishing may seem odd in the winter – but it is one of the most serene times of year to be on the river. Fish are hungry all year! Put on some layers and wade into the nearby rivers and see how many trout you can catch and release.

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Ice Skating

In Park City Mountain Village, the Resort Center Ice Rink provides skate rentals for people of all ages. Ski under the twinkling lights to music while onlookers sip hot cocoa around fire pits.

Insider Tip: If you and 15 of your nearest and dearest are looking for some time on the rink, group rates are available. For these events, ice skating, broomball and curling are all on the table – or the ice.

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Snow Biking

Park City is a hot spot for mountain bike enthusiasts with over 400 miles of maintained trails. But the fun does not have to stop when the snow flies. Snow biking, or also called fat tire biking, has become an ever-popular way for guests to experience the beautiful landscape of Park City all year long.

Insider Tip: Get to know the lay of the land and the ideal trails for fat tire biking by taking a tour with White Pine Touring. These guided two- and three-hour tours are fully customisable to your riding style and ability level.

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Faster than two skis and more thrills than a half-pipe, Park City offers the maximum in snowmobiling excitement. Let one of our touring companies guide you on a picturesque ride, with incredible views only accessible via snowmobile.

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Park City has hundreds of miles of trails perfect for snowshoeing. Strap on some snowshoes and experience these trails first-hand while getting a great workout at the same time. Snowshoeing is a great activity for all ability levels.

Insider Tip: For a unique and educational excursion, take a snowshoe tour of the Swaner Preserve, a 1,200-acre nature preserve. During this tour, you will learn about the history of the Preserve as well as what kinds of plants and animals you will find during the winter.  Additionally, you will have time to search for and identify animal tracks and other signs of animal life on the Preserve.  Snowshoes can be rented at the preserve’s EcoCenter building.

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Tubing is great for kids and for those who want to act like one. Surface-lifts take you to the top of the tubing lanes so you can enjoy the ride down without all the work. Most lanes are lighted, making tubing a great activity after the sun goes down.

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