If you are searching for diversity in landscape and outdoor activities this season, then Utah is the perfect destination for your summer vacation. You and your traveling companions are sure to have an unforgettable trip by using the Wasatch Range as your home base and Park City Peaks hotel for your Park City accommodations. Your north-central Utah itinerary could be jam packed with festivals, hikes, and celebrations in the mountains but do yourself a favor and reserve some time to catch your breath, relax, and enjoy our little slice of paradise. Perhaps the best way to do so is a day visit to The Homestead Crater for a soothing mineral spring soak in this spectacular geological wonder. (more…)
Spring is here in the Wasatch and with it comes a plethora of incredible opportunities to hit the trails and explore the Great Outdoors! The trail systems of Park City, Utah and the surrounding area offer a wide variety of hiking opportunities for everyone from advanced mountaineers to visitors looking for a short walk before an elegant dinner on historic Main St. Your Park City accommodation at Park City Peaks Hotel promises to be one of the premiere hotels at Deer Valley while also having a conveniently central location. Park City Peaks is only a short walk or drive from everything the area has to offer, including countless world class hiking trails. Have a look at some of our favorite spring hikes that will help new hikers experience what the Wasatch has to offer! (more…)
Winter crowds are beginning to subside, and the hustle and bustle of summer is still a few weeks away. Many people consider the shoulder seasons in Park City the absolute best time of year and, in many regards, the staff here at one of the premiere resorts in Park City, UT would have to agree. If you are looking for a time to experience the beauty and action of the Wasatch Range without having to fight the crowds, late April and May are the months for you. Melting snow is allowing for more of our world class hiking and biking trails to open up and the moderate temperatures in the valleys are perfect for exploring. (more…)
The changing seasons of the Wasatch Range is what draws many people to visit each year, and it is the unique offerings of each season that make people never leave! As the month moves along, it is apparent why March is our favorite time of year here at Park City Peaks Hotel. While the mountains are still in great skiing condition, the valleys are starting to warm up creating the perfect mix of on and off-slope entertainment!
One of the best hotels in Park City, Park City Peaks offers an incredible variety of entertainment out our front door. While there could be countless things calling you to visit the mountains of Utah’s Wasatch Range this January, the 2015 Sundance Film Festival promises to be the year’s premiere event. From January 22 to February 1 thousands of cinephiles will flock to Park City and bring with them a contagious energy and enthusiasm. However, not everyone is into independent films and documentaries so are there other things for these people to enjoy during our most exciting time of year? Absolutely! Below is a shortlist of ways to make the most of your vacation when not sitting in a theatre during the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.
Each winter thousands of visitors fill the rooms of Park City hotels for the biggest cinematic celebration of the year. From January 22 – February 1 this winter, use your Park City Peaks Hotel room as a jumping off point for the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. With music, art, films, and presentations spanning countless categories, it can be overwhelming to decide what to check out during your time with Park City Peaks at the end of January. The festival offers something for everybody, but if documentaries are your thing, then this year is sure to please! The list of quirky, eye-opening, and spellbinding documentary films this year is incredible. Here are the 6 films we are most looking forward to in the U.S. Documentary competition.
New Years Eve is an international evening of merriment. Between sharing dinner and drinks with loved ones, reminiscing on the months past, and projecting the exciting year to come New Years provides plenty of reason to celebrate. As you begin to make plans and picture the millions of people toasting champagne around the globe, consider celebrating your New Years in Park City! There is no better place to ring in the New Year then in the state that boasts the best snow in the world. From your luxury accommodations at Park City Peaks Hotel there are endless opportunities to make your New Years countdown unforgettable. Below are just three of the many reasons why you should pencil in Park City New Years on your 2014 winter calendar.
When it comes to picturesque winter landscapes to take in the winter season, look no further than beautiful Park City, Utah. With blanketed mountains, bluebird skies, evergreens galore, and almost guaranteed snowfall, the jewel of the Wasatch Mountains is the perfect place to celebrate the holidays. By staying at Park City Peaks Hotel, the premiere Park City accommodation in the area, you will be right in the thick of things and only minutes away from all the action! If you are looking for holiday festivities in addition to the ideal landscape, Park City is home to a slew of events for your entire family. Here are just some of our favorites!
Goodbye Summer, Hello Winter!
Wow, summer is finally over and all the exciting events around Park City that go with summer are wrapping up. Soon it will be our favorite season once again, ski season, but before the snows show up and the resorts open there are lots of fun things to do still.
Our recent posts have covered trains, tourism, love stories and music so hopefully you have the idea that there is a lot to do in and around park city. Indeed, weather you are a history junky, outdoor sports or activity enthusiast or art lover, there is simply a never ending amount of stuff to do in and around Park City. (more…)
The Deer Valley Music Festival, home of the Utah Symphony & the Utah Opera, presents a series of events for all musical tastes from pop to classical. And while you’re waiting for your concert to begin, enjoy all that Park City and the surrounding mountains have to offer: from fly fishing, mountain biking, hiking, hot air ballooning, and art galleries, to fine/casual dining (including July 9-13, the 9th annual Park City Food and Wine Classic).