Find out what to do in Park City all year round, day, night, or even for free. This travel guide also includes tips on where to stay, what to pack, and how to practice sustainable tourism in the city.

While known as one of the best winter destinations in the United States, don’t be fooled! There’s plenty to do in Park City (Utah) all year long, even during the summer. This charming city was founded in 1868 as a silver mining town, hosted the Winter Olympics in 2002, and is now home to the largest ski area in the country (Park City Mountain) and one of the highest ranked ski resorts in the world (Deer Valley).

In addition to its breathtaking scenery, Park City has won our hearts with its exemplary sustainability practices – caring for the environment and the surrounding community. To assist you in planning a conscious trip and experiencing an incredible adventure in this destination, we have put together a complete guide with the best things to do in Park City all year long (winter, summer, fall, and spring), how to get there, when to visit, where to stay, what to pack, and much more.

Are you ready to explore and discover everything this town has to offer?!

Where is Park City

Located in the state of Utah, in the United States, Park City is considered the metropolitan area of Salt Lake City and is approximately 31 mi from it, about 40 minutes by car.

The nearest airports are Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) at approximately 38 mi and Provo Municipal Airport (PVU) at around 50 mi.

See where Park City is on the map:

How to get to and around Park City, Utah.

There are different ways to get to and around Park City; find out which one makes the most sense for you:

How to get to Park City

If you plan to travel to Park City by car:

  • Leaving Salt Lake City, you will take I-80 E and UT-224 S.
  • From Provo, the main roads to Park City are US-189 and UT-248.

For those who prefer to use public transport, buses to Park City are a great option. The route leaving from Salt Lake City has three lines:

Are you going to travel by plane? The main arrival airport is Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC).

If you are already in the country, Provo Municipal Airport (PVU) receives flights from John Wayne Airport (SNA) in California, Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (AZA) and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) – both in Arizona, Indianapolis International Airport (IND) in Indiana, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) in Florida and Honolulu International Airport (HNL) in Hawaii.

How to get around

You can get around Park City conveniently and sustainably by car, bus or bicycle.

Renting a car

Would you like to explore the city at your own pace? It is recommended to rent a car since it allows flexibility for exploring the region, including the ski areas and attractions in nearby towns.

Sustainable Tourism 🍃: If possible, rent an electric vehicle to reduce CO2 emissions.

car rental

Free bus

An economical and very efficient option is the free shuttle available in Park City. The public transport system offers convenient and regular routes, allowing visitors to easily move around the city without worrying about parking or traffic.

Sustainable Tourism 🍃: One of the main commitments to the environment foreseen in Park City’s “Sustainable Tourism Plan” is to reach a 100% electric bus fleet by 2025. During my visit in May/2023, they had reached approximately 20% of the goal.

park city utah bus map

Check the routes and lines here.

Shared Bike:

Here you also find a pedal-assisted (pedelec) bike-sharing service called Bike Share. With several stations spread across the city, visitors can rent bicycles for short periods of time and explore the destination on two wheels at an excellent cost-benefit ratio.

Sustainable Tourism 🍃: This is a fun way to experience the best of Park City while working out. All this with no carbon footprint!

More information and costs on the website.

When to go and how many days to stay in Park City

When is the best time to go to Park City?

There is always something to do in Park City, no matter the time of year. Below you will find the advantages of each season so you can decide which one best fits your travel style or you may even plan to visit the city in each one of them:

  • Summer – July to September: During the summer, Park City offers pleasant weather ideal for outdoor activities such as hiking, mountain biking, and water activities.
  • Fall – September to November: In fall, the city becomes a scene of dazzling color, with the leaves on the trees changing to shades of orange and red. It’s a good time to walk on scenic trails, taste a good wine or distillate, and be enchanted by the beauty of nature.
  • Winter – December to February: Did you know that Park City is one of the best winter vacation destinations in the U.S.? Although in general the popularity of skiing has been declining over the years, Park City is still one of the top places for ski, snowboard, and snow activities lovers in the country. Let the adrenaline run wild on well-groomed slopes for all skill levels at Park City Mountain and Deer Valley Resort.
  • Spring – March to May: Spring brings longer days and milder temperatures. It is an excellent season to explore trails, observe the local flora and fauna and practice outdoor activities without crowds. Our trip was at the end of May and we had a really great time!
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Weather in Park City

Park City’s average temperature is 39.6°F, but don’t let that number scare you because temperatures rise a lot in the summer, reaching an average of 68°F.

One point to pay attention to is the hours of sunlight, which are few during the winter. So if you are planning your trip for this period, plan to take advantage of the daylight.

Check out the table of temperature and climate in Park City throughout the year:

weather in Park City Utah
Table: Climate-data

How long to stay in Park City

Since Park City has so many activities and attractions, we recommend setting aside at least five days to explore the destination. However, even with a more limited time, such as three days or a weekend, it is possible to fully explore what the city has to offer.

Things to do in Park City in Summer

A summer vacation in Park City will definitely keep you busy with tours, water sports, trails, yoga, scenic parks, hot-air ballooning, and many more activities. Here are some tips on what to do in Park City & surroundings in the summer; check it out:

Stand-up Paddle

To make the most of a sunny day, either alone or with the whole family, go on a stand-up paddle ride with Park City SUP. The tour is available throughout the summer and does not require prior booking for groups of up to 6 people.

Address: 1375 Deer Valley Dr. S, Park City, UT 84060

Hours: From June to September from 10 am to 5 pm. From September to April, a reservation is required.

Prices: Paddle board rental: US$25* per hour or US$60* per day.

Yoga in a hot spring crater

How about doing yoga while connecting to yourself and nature in a unique activity? With Park City Yoga Adventures, you can practice yoga inside a crater, balancing on a board on hot springs with an average annual temperature of 89.6°F. Cool, right?! I had the opportunity to live this experience and in addition to being a fun challenge, I left there feeling much lighter and renewed.

Fox tip 🦊: It’s not every day that you have an opportunity like this, so make sure you go on this adventure! The water is warm; in case you don’t fall off the board by “accident”, throw yourself on purpose 😂.

Address: 700 North Homestead Drive, Midway, Utah 84049

Note: Approximately 30 minutes drive from Main Street.

Prices: 2 and a half hours of practice: 2 participants US$200* each, 3 or more participants US$150* each.

Park Silly Sunday Market

The Park Silly Sunday Market is an eco-friendly open-air market and street festival with food, drinks, crafts, art, and live music. This is an opportunity to enjoy a beautiful day outside and support the local economy.

Address: 780 Main St, Park City, UT 84060

Hours: On Sundays from 10 am to 5 pm

Jet Ski Ride

Rent a jet ski and make the most of your summer in Park City. The rental company Jordanelle Rentals is a 15-minute drive away from the city and guarantees that this is the best way to have some fun on a hot afternoon in Utah.

Address: 515 State Road 319, Heber City, UT 84032

Note: Approximately 20 minutes drive to Main Street.

Prices: 1-hour rental from US$139*.


For those who love extreme sports, go rafting in Morgan (a neighboring town) during the summer. This tour by Park City Rafting has an estimated duration of 2 hours and takes place on the beautiful Weber River, passing through the rapids of Rock Alley and Taggart’s Rapid. There is also the option of a full-day tour.

Address: 1245 Taggart Ln, Morgan, UT 84050

Note: Approximately 40 minutes drive to Main Street.

Prices: 2-hour tour: children 3-6 years old US$20* + tax, children 7-12 years old US$40* + tax, and over 13 years old US$60* + tax.

What to do in Park City in Winter

You can also find several things to do in Park City & region at this time of year, especially if you can’t resist snow and winter sports. The more daring ones can ski and snowboard in the region’s famous mountains, such as the Park City Mountain and the Deer Valley Resort, which offer challenging slopes and breathtaking scenery.

You can explore the trails, take snowmobile rides to experience the adrenaline of speed on the snow, and slide down an exciting toboggan run as well. At the end of the day, put your winter jacket on and make your stomach happy while eating in one of the best restaurants and bars on the main street.

Winter sports

Various winter sports are available throughout Park City at this time of year. You can practice skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, riding a snowmobile, hiking, biking, and other activities to do by yourself or with your travel buddy.

Ski at Park City Mountain Utah

Deer Valley has all you need for a fun winter vacation in Park City. The resort offers anything from accommodation, ski slopes, and personalized lessons – regardless of your level of skiing experience.

Check Park City Mountain out as well – a complete resort with places to stay and dozens of activities for adults and children, such as skiing, snowboarding, zip lining, snowmobiling, golf, mini golf, and other incredible experiences.

Snowmobile Ride

The snowmobile tour is carried out on a snowmobile through panoramic and incredible views of nature in winter. If you’re lucky, you might spot wildlife during your experience, like elk and deer. A driver’s license is required to drive the snowmobile, and passengers must be at least eight years old. One of the companies that offer this attraction is North Forty Escapes.

Address: 515 State Road 319, Heber City, UT 84032

Note: Approximately 20 minutes drive to Main Street.

Prices: 1 to 2-hour single-snowmobile tour US$209, and two-person snowmobile US$259.

Snow Tubing

Snow Tubing (which involves a buoy to slide through the snow) is an exciting activity for the whole family, make sure you give it a try! Children from 3 to 5 can participate in beginner slopes with Woodward Park City. Everyone should wear waterproof snow clothing since protection from the cold and wet is needed.

Address: 3863 Kilby Rd, Park City, UT 84098

Prices: the costs are available on the website (starting from September).


If you prefer something less extreme, snowshoeing with Wasatch Adventure Guides is a good choice! The physical exercise is intense, but the snowshoe makes the walk easier. It is possible to take the tour for beginners, opt for a trail to watch the sunrise, a night tour to contemplate nature under the moonlight, or even a historical tour to learn about Park City.

Address: 3551 North Escala Court, Park City, UT 84098

Prices: Tours lasting 1 to 2 hours starting from US$90*

Sundance Film Festival

How about including a cultural attraction in your Park City itinerary? The Sundance Film Festival presents, annually in January, new artists and their films to the public, providing an opportunity for recognition and a film career. The festival uses part of its resources to finance exclusive laboratories for unknown artists, advising them on the production of their films. Cool huh?!

Things to do in Park City in any season

Although some activities are limited to summer or winter due to favorable weather conditions, some activities and tours are possible to do in and around Park City in any season or at least throughout most of the year. Riding around the city on an electric bike, getting to know more about the place and its history, flying in a hot-air balloon while admiring the stunning nature, going on hikes of all levels, and even watching musicals are all alternatives to include in your itinerary.

Electric bike tour

We took the electric bike tour with PC E-bikes, the equipment is of excellent quality and Dave (the owner) is an exceptional guide! I recommend the tour to anyone who enjoys outdoor activities and wants to learn more about the city’s history, culture and art scene. Remember to make your reservation in advance!

Miners Hospital - One of the stops on the electric bike tour - things to do in park city in summer
Miners Hospital – One of the stops during the electric bike tour

Sustainable Tourism 🍃: In addition to not emitting carbon, this tour values Park City’s culture and history.

Fox tip 🦊: This was one of the best tours we did in Park City. I strongly recommend doing it right at the beginning of your trip. That way, you’ll have a better idea of where you are (location-wise), learn a lot about the city’s history, and get to know some street art (including Banksy’s) while exercising and feeling the wind hit your face whenever you can give the bike a boost. Bring water, wear sunscreen, a windbreaker jacket, and sunglasses. See more details in our Instagram highlights.

Address: 900 Bitner Rd, Park City, UT 84098

Prices: 2.5-hour tour costs US$175* per person


Hikers on duty can count on several paths to discover Park City. Pack your hiking clothes and shoes and choose between taking an easy route for the whole family and pets or those considered moderate level, which require more experience to do with friends. Choose the best option for your trip here.

Balloon flight

Get the best view of the entire city and skyline flying in a hot air balloon with Utah Balloon Rides! The tour takes place all year round; in winter, you can see the snow-white mountains; in spring, you will see the forest thawing and green appearing in the landscape; during the summer, the sky is blue and nature is green and finally in fall, you will notice the orange colors that will take on all the trees.

Prices: 1-hour flights cost US$400* for adults and US$320* for children ages 4-12. It is not allowed for pregnant women.

Outlets Park City

Take some time to check out the great prices at Outlets Park City. Here you will find: factory stores from our partner Columbia, also Nike, Polo – Ralph Lauren, Express, J.Crew, and much more.

Sustainable Store 🍃: Be sure to visit local entrepreneur stores, such as FulFILLed, a sustainable store with a purpose and products that encourage less waste.

Address: 6699 Landmark Drive, Park City, UT 84098

Business Hours: Open from Monday to Sunday. We recommend checking the opening hours on the website, as they vary according to the time of year.

Egyptian Theatre

The Egyptian Theater provides a good dose of culture and its programming ranges from musicals to stand-up comedy, pleasing all tastes. Don’t you know what to do in Park City when it’s raining? It can be a great solution.

Egyptian Theater - A great tip on what to do in Park City when it rains
Egyptian Theater – A great tip on what to do in Park City when it rains

Address: 328 Main St, Park City, UT 84060

Park City Ghost Tours

If you like different, curious, and spooky tours, why not join Park City Ghost Tours? Discover some of the most terrifying and heartwarming ghost stories from the Old West if you dare!

Address: 415 Main St, Park City, UT 84060

Prices: US$30* for adults and US$15* for children 16 and under.

Park City Museum

Learn about the destination’s history at the Park City Museum. Here you can check out exhibitions from the times when a mine operated in the city, understand what the day-to-day life of miners was like, find out about the city’s old prison, and much more.

Park City Museum - things to do in Park City when it rains and winter
Park City Museum, Utah

Address: 415 Main St, Park City, UT 84060

Hours: Every day from 10 am to 5 pm, except Thanksgiving Day and Christmas.

Prices: U$15* for adults, U$11* for students, military, U$5* for children ages 7-17, and free* for children under 6.

Relax at a Spa

There’s nothing better than having a massage after a day of hiking or treatments to go home not only with a renewed soul but also with renewed skin. See the services offered by Breathe Massage & Spa.

Address: 1910 Prospector Ave, Ste 303, Park City, UT 84098

Prices: One-hour couple massage starting from US$255*, 75-minute “Pure Radiance European Facial” with masks, and massage for US$155*.


The feeling of flying freely through nature like a bird but being safe is something that only a zipline can provide. If you are a fan of this activity, you can’t miss this opportunity offered by Park City Mountain Village! To go ziplining here, you must weigh between 100 and 275 lbs and be between 48″ and 80″ tall. It is important to wear closed shoes to protect your heels and toes.

Address: 1345 Lowell Ave, Park City, UT 84060

Hours: From 10 am to 7 pm every day

Prices: US$39* for online purchase guarantees.

Swaner Nature Preserve

The Swaner Nature Preserve is a beautiful natural refuge of almost 5 square kilometers. With a variety of habitats, such as wetlands and trails, you can explore the region’s unspoiled beauty. It is the ideal attraction for nature lovers.

Swaner Nature Preserve
Swaner Nature Preserve

Sustainable Tourism 🍃: Excellent for birdwatching, wildlife observation tourism, and environmental education.

Address: 1258 Center Dr, Park City, UT 84098

Prices: US$5* is the suggestion of donation per visitor.

Hours: From Wednesday to Sunday, from 10 am to 4 pm.

Ritual Chocolate

Ritual Chocolate is a factory, shop and a café where you can taste their different sustainably produced chocolates. I had the opportunity to take the tour to see the factory, learn about cocoa and taste a variety of chocolate flavors – I even tried chocolate with lavender! You are also more than welcome to take this tour, which is literally a delight.

Chocolate Factory - Utah
Ritual Chocolate shop, café, and factory in Heber City, Utah

Sustainability 🍃: Ritual Chocolate handpicks its suppliers to ensure the responsible origin of all cocoa used in the factory.

Address: 2175 W 3000 S Suite 100, Heber City, UT 84032

Note: Approximately 30 minutes drive to Main Street.

Hours: From Monday to Sunday, from 9 am to 5 pm

What to do in Park City with kids

There are many things to do in Park City with kids. In addition to the activities mentioned above, you can include the following attractions in your itinerary:

Utah Olympic Park

Visit the Olympic park that hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics to see its museum and to practice sports as well. Check out what activities are available on the Utah Olympic Park website during the period of your trip and, if you can, take the guided tour where they tell you all about the Games and some fun facts about winter sports.

Utah Olympic Park - What to do in Park City with kids
Utah Olympic Park

Address: 3419 Olympic Parkway, PO Box 980337, Park City, UT 84098

Hours: From Monday to Sunday from 9 am to 6 pm.

Park City Ice Arena

Go ice skating at Park City Ice Arena. With a high-quality ice rink and modern facilities, this place brings fun to the whole family. You can improve your skating skills or even take a curling class.

Address: 600 Gillmor Way, Park City, UT 84060

Hours: From Monday to Sunday from 9 am to 9 pm.

Woodward Park City

With indoor and outdoor areas, Woodward Park City is a great place to learn and/or practice sports such as skateboarding, biking, or even snow tubing. The kids will freak out at this park!

Address: 3863 Kilby Rd, Park City, UT 84098

Hours: From Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 8 pm.

Alpine Slide & Mountain Coaster

A mixture of a roller coaster and a slide, that’s what the rides called Alpine Slide and Mountain Coaster are. However, here, you live this adventure while observing the beautiful sceneries of the region. These attractions are located at the Park City Mountain. Height and weight restrictions are applied.

Address: 1345 Lowell Ave, Park City, UT 84060

Hours: From 10 am to 7 pm every day.

Prices: They range from US$18* to US$36* according to the attraction and height of the participant, both prices for the online ticket.

Things to do in Park City for free

If you are traveling on a budget but still want to have memorable experiences, here is a list of free things to do in Park City:

Park City Main Street Historic District

Walking through Park City Main Street Historic District is like taking a trip back in time. The streets are charming, lined with well-preserved historic buildings that house a variety of shops, art galleries, restaurants, and museums. Enjoy the welcoming atmosphere of the destination, explore the local culture, and taste delicious food.

Park City Main Street - things to do for free in Park City
Park City Main Street – Where many shops and restaurants are located

Address: Main St, Park City, UT 84060

Guardsman Pass Scenic Backway Drive

Have you ever imagined yourself driving like in the movies, through those stunning landscapes, feeling the road, and watching time go by slowly? Driving the Guardsman Pass Scenic is your chance to make that wish come true! The best is to make the journey during the summer or fall – when the road is safer. Nothing special is needed, but be aware that part of the road is gravel and there are also steep sections. Other than that, just take your camera or cell phone to register the beautiful views.

Address: Guardsman Pass Rd, Park City, UT 84060

Kimball Art Center

The Kimball Art Center has fascinating exhibits and educational programs. In addition, it promotes interactive events and workshops, offering a unique opportunity to engage with the local artistic community and enjoy creative expression in its many forms. It is time to put creativity into play!

Address: 1251 Kearns Blvd, Park City, UT 84060

Hours: Tuesday to Friday from 10 am to 6 pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 5 pm.

Banksy’s Arts

Are you one of those who love street art and graffiti? Know that there are three works by the artist Banksy in Park City. These works appeared during the first Sundance Film Festival in 2010, in which the artist, also famous for his anonymity, showed the film he directed, “Exit Through the Gift Shop”. Find out where each of the works Banksy secretly gifted to the city can be found:

Camera and Flower – Address: 402 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060

Praying boy – Address: 537 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060

“Dirty Rat” – Address: 460 Swede Alley, Park City, UT 84060 (next to the Alpine Distilling Bar, inside the parking lot)

Note: There are several other works of art, such as sculptures and paintings distributed in public areas of the city. If you want, you can take a tour on your own by following this Visit Park City itinerary.

Things to do in Park City at night

Still with some energy to go out after an intense day? Here are some things to do in Park City at night:

Alpine Distilling

This craft distillery offers a unique experience for hard liquor connoisseurs. With a selection of premium distillates such as whiskeys and gin, Alpine Distilling combines tradition and innovation to create high quality distillates, some of which have been awarded. Visitors can enjoy tastings, guided tours, courses and even participate in special events, immersing themselves in the art of distillation.

Alpine Distilling - Best things to do in Park City at night
Alpine Distilling Lounge – One of the best things to do in Park City at night

Sustainability 🍃: Alpine Distilling is extremely committed to sustainability, both in the factory – by saving water with vaporization processes in production, and in the lounge – where recycling is mandatory and when there is a need to use disposables, they use compostable alternatives.

Bar & Retail address: 364 Main Street; Park City, UT

The Spur Bar & Grill

Known for its relaxed atmosphere, The Spur Bar & Grill hosts regular live music and offers a selection of food and drinks. It is the ideal place to relax with friends.

Address: 352 Main St, Park City, UT 84060

Hours: Every day from 11 am to 1 am the next day.

High West Saloon

The High West Saloon offers a unique experience, combining the rustic atmosphere of the Old West with handcrafted cocktails and a selection of award-winning whiskeys made by their own distillery. Enjoy a cozy evening by the fire or in the lively bar – where you can sample authentic Park City flavors while having fun with friends and family.

Address: 703 Park Ave, Park City, UT 84060

Hours: From Monday to Sunday from 11 am to 10 pm.

No Name Saloon

This bar is quite famous in Park City for its decor. However, I didn’t particularly feel like eating/drinking there after seeing the approach they use to communicate with their customers on the menu, with phrases like: “Shut up and eat!”. If you don’t mind or even like this approach, stop by the No Name Saloon and let us know what you think.

No Name Saloon - things to do in Park City at night
No Name Saloon – One of Park City’s most famous bars

Address: 447 Main St, Park City, UT 84060

Hours: Monday to Friday from 11 am to 1 am the next day and on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 1 am.

Accommodation in Park City

Park City Lodging

If you love finding a “home away from home”, Park City Lodging – a company specializing in vacation rentals, will help you find the ideal corner, whether it’s a luxury vacation home or a charming condo in the heart of historic Main Street.

Park City Lodging - Where to stay in Park City, Utah
One of the accommodations of Park City Lodging

Sustainable Accommodation 🍃: This was the first time I saw a vacation rental company engaged in sustainability. To have an idea, their headquarters is a “green building” with solar panels, rainwater harvesting, an organic garden, and washing machines that save water. They also gift guests with reusable bags, refill the hygiene products of all their rental houses and offer a financial incentive for their employees to choose public transport as their means of getting to work. Impressive, right?!

Sustainable tourism in Park City

Enjoy an exceptional stay in Park City while contributing to a more sustainable future by choosing Park City Lodging.

Other options for where to stay in Park City, UT

More ideas of where to stay in Park City:

Sustainable tourism

Get ready! You are about to visit a destination that is truly concerned about nature and the people who live there. I confess that I have been missing more sustainability initiatives while traveling across the United States, but Park City is here to show us that it is possible to engage an entire community on a beautiful purpose 💚.

Park City and Summit County have a Sustainable Tourism Plan. As mentioned in “Getting Around Park City“, one of their goals is to reach a 100% electric bus fleet by 2025, but their initiatives don’t stop there. They are also encouraging guesthouses to install solar panels (mainly resorts), are setting up an educational program so that visitors know how to generate less impact on their travels and how to manage possible encounters with wild animals, and developing a voluntourism program, which goes hand in hand with regenerative tourism. See below the list of objectives contained in this plan:

park city sustainable tourism plan

Tips for practicing sustainable tourism in Park City:

Give preference to accommodations, agencies, attractions, restaurants, and stores with good sustainability practices and/or are led by locals. Some highlights around here are Park City Lodging, PC E-bikes, Alpine Distilling, Ritual Chocolate, Swaner Nature Preserve, and the FulFILLed store.

If your accommodation does not promote the correct disposal of recyclable materials, separate what you produce during the trip and take it to Recycle Utah – a center that recycles more than 120 items. Their address is 1951 Woodbine Way – PO Box 682998 Park City, UT 84068; their business hours are Monday through Saturday from 8 am to 5:30 pm and Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm.

Recycle Utah
Recycling Center – Recycle Utah

Regarding transport, consider leaving your car parked and taking the opportunity to bike or use their free public transport. This helps to reduce traffic and makes for a cleaner environment.

On the trails, take all garbage (including organic) back to your accommodation and dispose of it properly, do not leave the marked trail, respect wild animals and never feed them. Together, we can have a blast in Park City while preserving its beauty for visitors and future generations.

What to pack

Essential items to pack for your Park City vacation:

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Travel Insurance for the United States

It is extremely important to have travel insurance to ensure peace of mind and safety during your international adventures. This way, you will have coverage and assistance in case of medical emergencies, accidents, or unforeseen events while traveling. We currently use Safety Wing travel insurance due to its competitive price and good coverage, including for sports such as skiing and snowboarding. See more information on the website.

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International Sim Card

Buying a cell phone (e) sim card in advance for an international trip will make your life easier, as it allows you to be connected throughout the trip, facilitating communication with family members, access to maps, Uber requests, and useful information in real-time. Our readers have a discount with our coupon at EasySim4u. Guarantee it here.

So, are you fully packed already? Let us know what you can’t wait to do in Park City!

🦊 Sincere fox informs:

*All amounts reported in this article were collected in June 2023 and may be taxed and subject to change at any time.

** This beautiful trip was made at the invitation of Visit Park City, but you can rest assured that all opinions expressed here are sincere and based on our experience 💖.

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How far is Park City from Salt Lake City?

The distance from Park City to Salt Lake City is approximately 31 mi.

How far is Park City from the airport?

The distance from Park City to Salt Lake City International Airport is 38 mi and to Provo Municipal Airport is just over 50 mi.

How much does it cost to ski in Park City?

The price for skiing in Park City can vary. At Park City Mountain, access to the ski lifts in the resort costs an average of US$200* per day, without renting clothes and equipment.

What is the weather like in Park City, Utah?

The climate in Park City is cold and snowy in winter, while summer days are warm and sunny. Read more about the weather and the best time to visit Park City.

Is Park City, Utah, worth visiting?

There’s plenty to do in Park City, no matter what time of year it is. If you like nature and adventure, you will certainly love the trip.

When does the ski season in Park City, Utah, start?

The ski season in Park City begins in December, at the start of winter.

What to do in Park City when it rains?

Enjoy indoor attractions like the Park City Museum, Egyptian Theater, and Utah Olympic Park Museum. You can also visit Main Street’s shops and galleries, take the Ritual Chocolate factory tour, or go ice skating at the Park City Ice Arena. Read more tips here…

What to wear in Park City, Utah?

Depends on which season you visit and the climate forecast during your stay. Check out our list of what to pack for your Park City vacation.

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