How to Get the Most Out of Your Time in Park City with Your Significant Other
— Posted by Taylor on March 24, 2017
With so many things to do with your loved one 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.
How to Get the Most Out of 5 Days
Private Guided Mountain Experience: Set the pace for your vacation for two by exploring the 7,300 acre resort together. Your guide will show you everything that you need to know for the rest of your time in Park City, from the best ski runs to romantic dining experiences. You’ll learn it all from a local.
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.
Legacy Café: Fill up on a hearty meal and Starbucks coffee before you head onto the slopes for the day. With breakfast convenient located inside Legacy Lodge, you’ll be within walking distance of your first lift of the day.
Ski Park City Base Area: Ski or ride to your heart’s content. If you find your way to Town Lift, store your skis or snowboard at the base of the lift as you head to Historic Main Street for lunch or après. It’s an experience that you can only find in Park City!
Shopping at Tanger Outlets: Spend the day off your skis or snowboard and head to Park City’s outlet mall for beautiful outdoor shopping at dozens of name brand outlet stores.
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.
Ski Canyons Village: Ski or take a ride over the other side of the country’s largest ski resort. You’ll find both indoor and outdoor on-mountain restaurants to fit almost every taste bud. Tombstone Grill serves perfectly smoked barbeque or head to Sun Lodge for tasty Mexican-inspired dishes
Sleigh Ride to Dinner at the Viking Yurt: What a unique and romantic experience! Cuddle together as a snowcat-pulled sleigh ascends up the mountain to an intimate dinner inside a yurt. You’ll love the valley lights below and the twinkling stars above.
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. Relax with your loved one in a couple’s massage or find the treatment that fits your needs.
How to Get the Most Out of 3 Days
9:00A Ski Park City Base Area: Spend the day exploring the mountain from the Park City Base Area and stop in for lunch at any of the 5 on-mountain restaurants. Miners Camp is the resort’s newest dining lodge and is big enough for 500+ seats.
6:00P High West: Head to a local whiskey distillery for dinner and drinks. The restaurant has one bar and one saloon inside a renovated garage and historic Park City home with fire pits on the front patio, perfect for cocktail hour.
9:00P The Lowell: This ski-in, ski-out lodging is in a prime location for spending as much time as you want on the mountain and an easy ride or walk to Historic Main Street. With restaurants and bars in the village with you, you’ll have access to dining and après ski whenever you want.
9:00A Ski Canyons Village: Ski over to the other side of the 7,300 acre resort by using the Quicksilver Gondola. Explore the vast terrain that the country’s largest ski resort has to offer while taking in the breathtaking views from every peak.
4:00P Wine Tasting at The Farm: The Farm boasts an impressive wine selection and charcuterie boards to die for. Reward yourself after two days of skiing with dinner and drinks for two at an award-winning restaurant.
10:00A Private Guided Snowshoe Tour to Lookout Cabin: Let a seasoned guide take you just yards from the exhilarating ski runs to a secret world that few get to experience. A magical forest winding your towards a gourmet meal is as romantic as it sounds.
How to Get the Most Out of a Weekend
9:00A Private Guided Mountain Experience: 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.
4:00P Legends Bar & Grill: Enjoy après and dinner and a relaxing slopeside restaurant at the base of the Park City plaza. With a full-service bar and original dishes, you’ll be sure to find something on the menu for everyone.
7:00P Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory on Main Street: Stop in for a dessert right off of Park City’s Historic Main Street. Choices of chocolate covered apples and dozens of flavored delights will make your sweet tooth think it’s in heaven!
9:00P Doubletree: With easy access to every part of town, this hotel is perfect for mountain activities and fun in downtown Park City. Complete with stunning mountain views and modern amenities, you’ll be able to enjoy everything that Park City has to offer.
10:00A Bobsled at Utah Olympic Park: No skis, no problem! The Utah Olympic Park, built for Salt Lake City’s 2002 Olympic Games, offers seasonal activities including a heart-pumping bobsled ride down the very track that the Olympians use.
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!