How to Get the Most Out of Your Time in Park City with Friends

With so many things to do with your friends in Park City, how do you know where to start?  Whether you’re here for a weekend, a few days, or a week, there is a unique experience waiting for you.


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How to Get the Most Out of 5 Days

Day 1     

Peak to Peak Mountain Guided Tour:  Made for our guests that want to find everything that Park City has to offer, this private tour of the mountain will show you everything from the best runs on the mountain to the best on-mountain dining options.

The Lodge:  Only 20 yards from the lift, pick from cozy hotel rooms or spacious condos to suit your perfect mountain vacation.  The lodging is in the perfect place whether you want to spend as much time on the mountain as possible or see what Park City’s nightlife is about.

Day 2    

Ski Canyons Village:  The best part of skiing at Park City Mountain is the vast terrain that seems to never end.  Ski to Canyons Village or catch a ride on bus to explore the other half of America’s largest ski resort.

Spring Grüv:  Park City’s spring celebration lasts for 16 days of concerts and daily village activities at either side of the resort.  The annual Pond Skimming Competition, where contestants attempt to ski or snowboard across at 100-ft pond on a skis or a snowboard, is held at Canyons Village every year just outside of Red Pine Lodge.

Day 3  

Spa at Grand Summit:  Spend the last day on the mountain getting pampered by our professional staff of estheticians and massage therapists, dedicated to providing the most personalized treatments.  The spa offers massages, health club benefits, and skin care treatments to please.

Trivia at Park City Brewery:  Put your brain to the test while getting a taste of Park City’s local brews!  Create teams of two to eight to play in trivia games with locals and visitors alike.  See how well your group of friends can work together…or not!

Day 4    

Ski Town Lift:  One of Park City’s most notable experiences takes place on the Park City side of the resort.  Ski or ride up and down a lift that takes you directly into the heart of Historic Main Street.  Store your skis or snowboard at the base of the lift and walk to a restaurant for lunch or après ski.

High West:  Speaking of après!  If you’ve skied or snowboarded to the bottom of Town Lift, you can see High West Whiskey Distillery right next door.  Try whiskey flights from the saloon or take your cocktails out to the front deck to enjoy the sunshine.

Day 5    

Snowmobile Tour:  Give yourselves a little speed with a snowmobile tour around Red Pine Canyon.  The guides will take you for an adventure through groomed trails and forested mountain terrain.  Boots and helmets are provided.


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How to Get the Most Out of 3 Days


Ski Mining Tour at Park City Base Area:  Park City Mountain is home to countless historic mining buildings that a tour guide will ski you to and teach you the history behind the fascinating structures.  From interesting facts to fun stories, you’ll get a behind the scenes look at the history of the resort.


Cloud Dine Donuts:  Who says donuts are only for breakfast?  Ski into one of Park City’s highest on-mountain restaurants for a sugary snack made from scratch in Cloud Dine every day.  Experts say the best pairing with donuts is beer (which also conveniently sold at Cloud Dine).


Art Galleries on Main Street:  There are almost as many art galleries on Main Street as there are bars and restaurants.  Keep the party moving up and down the historic downtown by stopping into an art gallery in between drinks!


Resort Plaza Condominiums:  These spacious condos right in the heart of Park City Base Area are big enough to sleep up to 14 people.  Only steps from the lifts and minutes from Historic Main Street, you can discover all that Park City has to offer at the ends of your fingertips.


Ski Canyons Village:  The best part of skiing at Park City Mountain is the vast terrain that seems to never end.  Ski to Canyons Village or catch a ride on bus to explore the other half of America’s largest ski resort.


Fondue at Lookout Cabin:  Ski to a table-served restaurant on the mountain for a mid-day treat!  Lookout Cabin’s gourmet cheese fondue is served with fruit, miniature salted potatoes, and bread cubes.


Murdock’s Café:  Say goodbye to the mountain after a great ski trip by sharing breakfast together with a view of the snow covered runs.  Murdock’s Café is located at the base of Canyons Village and serves warm crowd pleasing favorites.



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Ride the Quicksilver Gondola:  The Quicksilver Gondola is the connecting point from Park City Base Area to Canyons Village.  With the mountain as one resort, you are able to ski back and forth between all 7,300 acres.  It is truly an experience to see what makes this resort so grand.


Umbrella Bar:  Complete with outdoor foosball and pool tables, this is the spot to grab a drink after a day of skiing or riding.  Umbrella Bar serves a variety of draught and bottled beer along with hearty pub food that will certainly hit the spot.


Live Music at O.P. Rockwell:  You haven’t experienced all of Park City until you’ve spent a night bar crawling around the town’s Historic Main Street.  For the all-around mountain town nightlife experience, head towards the top of Main Street and search for the small front door on lookers left.


Vintage on the Strand:  To comfortably fit a group of friends in one place, the best place to go is the ski-in, ski-out luxury townhomes on the hillside next to Canyons Village.  Enjoy all the amenities of home, blended with the excitement of living in a mountain wonderland.


Private Snowshoe Tour to Alpine Lake:  Let a seasoned guide take you just yards from the exhilarating ski runs to a secret world that few get to experience.  Through a winding magical forest, you’ll find yourselves at an Alpine Lake that opens up to a stunning vista of mountaintop peaks.


You’re on the mountain with your family and those shaky cell phone selfies just aren’t cutting it.  You need a picture taken that is just as clear as your on-mountain memories.  Our EpicMix photographers are on the mountain from about 10:30AM to 2:00PM at two main locations:  the top of Bonanza Express lift and in front of the Red Pine Lodge.  Shareable from within the app, EpicMix Photos are the perfect way to remember your Park City vacation!