Drive 36 miles east of Salt Lake City International Airport and arrive in the historic town of Park City, Utah. What began as a silver mining boomtown in the 1800’s, and now home to the U.S. Ski Team, site of the 2002 Winter Olympics, and celebrated for its abundant ski trails and striking terrain, Park City has blossomed into one of America's most authentic and acclaimed year-round resort communities.
Recognized as a world class winter recreation destination, surrounded by three beautiful resorts (Deer Valley Resort, Park City Mountain Resort, and Canyons Resort), Park City also boasts over 400 miles of well-marked, networked, and maintained single-track trails for use in the summer. In 2011, the International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) named Park City as the first city to be designated with the "Gold Ride Center" standard.
The essence of Park City is captured by its landmark Main Street. With historic charm and congenial flair, browse fine handcrafted jewelry, meet local artists, shop sophisticated fashion, choose from an array of fine dining, or attend spectacular year-round events that draw the attention of the world. A burgeoning art scene prevails, anchored by the illustrious Sundance Film Festival - one of the world’s premiere cinematic events.