Park City Music Festivals 2013
As summer winds to a close, the leaves begin to change color, and the whole of Park City Utah is transformed into a stunning Autumn display full of brilliant reds, and robust oranges. As Park City residents, and visitors, don thick wooly scarves, and wrap their sweaters tightly around themselves, our city also gears up to usher in the Fall season with some stunning chamber music as part of the Autumn Classics Music Festival.
Autumn Classics Music Festival 2013
From September 30, through to October 14, Park City will be alive with the sounds of Autumn. Now in it’s 28th season, the Autumn Classics Music Festival, a concert series organized by the Park City Chamber Music Society, brings together some astounding classical musicians to create a peaceful, and melodic feel that is perfect for Park City’s tranquil Fall season.
The Autumn Classics Music Festival gives spectators a chance to experience some gifted soloists, stunning chamber music ensembles, and gifted classical musicians, in a cozy and relaxed environment that is as comfortable as enjoying some melodic pieces of music within the comfort of your own home. This year, the Autumn Classics Music Festival will welcome a host of talented musicians including violinist Paul Rosenthal, violist Leslie Harlow, cellist Jeffrey Solow, and many more gifted performers. For a more complete list of performers taking part in this year’s Autumn Classics Music Festival, please click here. For ticket and event information please visit the Autumn Classics Music Festival’s official webpage.
Park City Hotels: Where to Stay While Visiting Park City
When visiting Park City to enjoy the beautiful sounds of Fall courtesy of the Autumn Classics Music Festival, Park City Peaks Hotel offers you the most comfortable and stunning accommodations to host your visit. We offer a variety of luxurious rooms and suites to ensure that our guests enjoy the best accommodations that our beautiful city has to offer.
Our guests also enjoy our hotel’s numerous amenities including our unique “swim in, swim out” heated pool which gives guests a comfortable place to relax and enjoy a stunning view of the mountains which Park City is famous for. There is also an oversized outdoor hot tub as well as an indoor hot tub for our guests to enjoy. We are also pleased to offer guests access to our relaxing Swedish Sauna.
For more information on our hotel, or to book your stay now, please contact us by calling 1-800-649-5012 or Book Online Here. One of our lovely hotel staff members will be happy to take your call and answer any questions you may have
What could be more difficult, challenging, and rewarding than running a marathon? Running a marathon on a mountain over some of the most challenging terrain while experiencing some of the most breathtaking natural scenery that Utah has to offer! If you’re looking for fun, adventure, and one heck of an endurance challenge, Mountain Trails Foundation and Scarpa will give you just that with the 2013 Mid Mountain Marathon taking place in Park City Utah on September 7th 2013.
Trial Marathons 2013 – Events
The Mid Mountain Marathon takes place along the popular Mid Mountain hiking trail. This trail takes runners through beautiful forests and offers some beautiful views of Park City and the ever-stunning Canyons. While traveling along Mid Mountain Trail, runners will experience beautiful meadows and the gorgeous scenery that only Park City wilderness has to offer, all while climbing an elevation of 300 feet.
Mid Mountain Trail takes runners from Deer Valley Resort to Park City Mountain Resort and The Colony before runners begin their descent to the Canyons. The marathon starts at an elevation of 8100 feet. Upon reaching Deer Valley Resort, runners will have reached an elevation of 8400 feet. As runners descend upon the Canyons, the elevation will drop to 6800 feet.
The Mid Mountain Marathon limits the number of participants to 400. Registering for this event guarantees your spot in the race and includes your racing bib and access to nine aid stations along the trail. Aid stations will be equipped with water, Powerade, Pro Bars, and bananas as well as first aid supplies.
To register for the Mid Mountain Marathon, click here. Registration between August 1st and September 5th is $75 per participant. Race day registration is also available for $90 depending on space.
Mid Mountain Marathon 2013: Race Day
Race day begins at 6:30 AM when runners will gather in the parking lot near Cabriolet to pick-up their racing bibs and get loaded until shuttles bound for the starting line. The last shuttle will leave for the starting line at 7:20 AM.
The race will begin at 8 AM sharp. Runners can continue on the challenging Mid Mountain Trail until 3PM when the course officially closes. At 1 PM, runners will be invited to the base of the Canyons’ Orange Bubble chairlift for the official awards ceremony where awards will be given to the top three finishers for both men and women. The award ceremony will also feature the presentation of awards to the three top overall competitors in the Triple Trail Challenge. Awards for both the full, and half, marathons will be given to both men and women.
Hotels Park City – Park City Peaks Hotel
The Mid Mountain Marathon attracts runners from all over North America and the world. Taking part in this exciting and challenging run gives runners a unique chance to challenge themselves at higher altitudes and on difficult terrain. Park City Peaks Hotel is pleased to welcome runners, from all over the world, to our beautiful hotel.
Guests of Park City Peaks Hotel are invited to experience first class Park City accommodations located conveniently close to Deer Valley Resort and the Canyons. Our rooms treat guests to the heights of Park City luxury and provide you with astounding comfort, stunning views, and incredible service.
For added comfort, guests can book one of our suites located in The Canyons, or Deer Valley wings of our hotel. Our luxury suites give our guests additional space, king sized beds complete with Spring Air Illusion Pillow Top mattresses, comfortable queen sized sofa sleepers, and an in-room jacuzzi to relax in after you run a gruelling marathon through a mountain.
Book your stay online or contact us by calling 1-800-649-5012.
Big Stars, Bright Nights 2013
Park City Utah is a city full of intrigue and adventure. Thanks to events like the Sundance Film Festival, and a number of other pop-culture events, Park City has put itself on
the map as a bustling center of artistic culture and performing arts.
In keeping with Park City’s rich performing culture, each summer, the city hosts Big Stars, Bright Nights. This exciting summer-long event began on July 4th, 2013, and continues until its exciting finale on August 31st.
St. Regis Big Stars, Bright Nights Line Up
Now in its tenth year, the 2013 St. Regis Big Stars, Bright Nights concert series takes place at Park City’s Deer Valley Resort in their Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater. This exciting outdoor concert series welcomes a number of music’s biggest stars and gives audiences the chance to enjoy some great music in the attractively comfortable outdoor setting of Deer Valley Resort.
This year’s line-up included performances by Los Lobos, Natalie Maines, and Lyle Lovett. If you missed these performances, however, don’t despair, the best performance of the 2013 St. Regis Big Stars, Bright Nights, are yet to!
One Republic and Sara Bareilles Performances
To close off the 2013 Big Stars, Bright Nights concert series, audiences will be treated to an exciting line-up of performances from some of the biggest bands and musical artists.
Timbaland protege, One Republic, will kick off the evening at 6PM. One Republic first got our attention in 2008 with the Timbaland produced, and hugely successful song, Apologize. Since then, One Republic has written and recorded a number of successful hits including, All the Right Moves.
Following One Republic, Sara Bareilles will take the stage to perform some of her biggest hits. Sara’s first big hit, Love Song, struck a chord with Canadian audiences, but it wasn’t until her song, Gravity was released that this talented singer/songwriter really hit home with music fans. This year, Sara is promoting her brand new album, The Blessed Unrest. Audiences will enjoy some old favorites and a number of Sara’s newest hits when she takes the stage at the 2013 Big Stars, Bright Nights closing concert.
For more information about the St. Regis Big Stars, Bright nights, or to purchase tickets, click here.
Hotels in Park City: Where to Stay While Visiting Park City UT
When traveling to Park City to attend some of the amazing concerts that are part of the 2013 St. Regis Big Stars, Bright Nights concert series, guests of the Park City Peaks Hotel enjoy the best, most luxurious accommodations, as well as being just a short distance from Deer Valley Resort.
While staying with us at Park City Peaks Hotel, our guests enjoy rooms that come complete with luxurious cotton bathrobes, luxurious and nourishing toiletries supplied by Crabtree and Evelyn, and 40″ HD televisions. We also offer a number of suites located in The Canyons, or Deer Valley wings of our hotel. Our suites feature a great deal more space, with Spring Air Illusion Pillow Top beds, and in-room Jacuzzi tubs.
Book your rooms on our website here, or contact us directly by calling 1-800-649-5012.
Car Shows in Utah
The month of August is an exciting one in Park City Utah, especially for car and motor enthusiasts. With hundreds of Ford, Mustangs and other performance vehicles heading to Park City to take part in the 2013 Intermountain Mustang and All Ford Stampede, the city prepares for one of its biggest and most exciting events.
Mustang & Ford Park City
The focus of the Mustang and All Ford Stampede is, of course, the Ford Mustang, and at this year’s event, hundreds of different Mustangs will be on display. The Mustangs on display will include a number of vintage models and limited editions. The show isn’t all about Mustangs, however, and many other amazing Ford and Mercury models will be on hand for auto enthusiasts to gawk at and covet. Other models which will be on display at the Mustang and Ford Show will include Cougar cars, Thunderbirds, Thunderbolts, and even a Shelby Cobra or two.
2013 Intermountain Mustang and All Ford Stampede
This year, the annual Intermountain Mustang and All Ford Stampede is gearing up to be one of the best that Park City Utah has ever seen. Admission to this exciting outdoor event is free and will take place at Redstone Center at Kimball Junction. There is guaranteed to be fun events for all ages and some exciting family friendly activities.
The Mustang and Ford Car Show will kick off on the morning of August 16th at 7AM with a photo shoot at the Redstone Center at Kimball Junction in Park City. Following the photo shoot, there will be a four hour long Pony Trails Cruise to close out the day.
On August 17th, IMAFS continues with registration taking place from 8AM until 10AM at the Redstone Center at Kimball Junction. From 10AM until 4PM, the Car Show as well as the Mustang and Ford Show-n-Shine will take place. There will be judges on-hand to determine the winner of the 2013 IMAFS, but this year, the Northern Utah Mustang Owner’s Association is pleased to introduce the brand new Spectator Choice Award.
In addition to the main show, there will be a free continental breakfast while supplies last. There will also be a Poker Trot during the car show.
Hotels Park City Utah
While visiting our beautiful Park City to attend the 2013 Intermountain Mustang and All Ford Stampede, guests of Park City Peaks Hotel enjoy the most welcoming and picturesque accommodations with a convenient location which makes travel to and from the Redstone Center at Kimball Junction easy. In addition to our hotel’s excellent location, guests are treated to the most accommodating and friendly staff as well as rooms and suites which will make your stay in Park City unforgettable.
While staying with Park City Peaks Hotel, guests are invited to take advantage of our fantastic indoor/outdoor pool which is open from 7AM until 11PM. After a great swim, guests can relax in our oversized hot tub and take in some of the most stunning mountain views Park City has to offer. Each room is also equipped with free wireless internet, and all guests are able to park in our underground garage at no additionally cost.
For more information on booking a stay with Park City Peaks Hotel, please contact use by calling 1-800-649-5012 or contact us through our website.
Dubbed as America’s toughest stage race, the Tour of Utah is a challenging road bike race which has been held annually since 2004. Participants in the Tour of Utah will be forced to endure tumultuous climbs and struggle over treacherous terrain as they ride around the beautiful and challenging Utah countryside in hopes of winning a portion of the $75,000 prize money up for grabs. Since garnering UCI classification, the Tour of Utah has been open for ProTeams to register and in 2012, six ProTeams entered the Tour of Utah and were among the 17 cycling teams competing in the race.
Tour of Utah
This year, the Tour of Utah will take place from August 5-11, and Park City will feature in the race twice by hosting two stages of this challenging cycling race. Park City’s Historic Main Street will be both the start and finish line of the race. Additionally, one stage in the race will be held in Park City’s Historic District and will feature a sprint as well as a climb up and over Guardsman Pass. Following the crossing of the finish line, the winner of the 2013 Tour of Utah will be crowned on Historic Main Street.
Park City Main Street
Throughout the day, on August 11th, Park City’s Historic Main Street will play host to an exciting all-day festival with activities for kids and the entire family to take part in. Activities at the 2013 Tour of Utah Festival will include The Park Silly Sunday Market, Tour of Utah Expo, and Autograph Alley where cyclists will be on-hand to sign memorabilia.
For adult attendees of the Tour of Utah Festival on Historic Main Street, there will be a beer garden, public viewing ares where you can sit and watch the cyclists cross the finish line, and tons of outdoor dining near the finish line.
Hotels Park City Utah
Whether you’re in Park City to take part in the 2013 Tour of Utah, or just to cheer on a contestant, Park City Peaks Hotel offers visitors to Park City the best accommodations. Our hotel is located on Park Drive, which is just a short drive from Historic Main Street where all the Tour of Utah excitement will be taking place.
In addition to our hotel’s fabulous location, guests of our hotel are treated to the friendliest staff and the cleanest, comfiest accommodations that Park City has to offer. We also have a unique indoor/outdoor pool which is open to our guests from 7AM until 11PM.
For more information on staying with us, please call 1-800-649-5012 or contact us on our website.
Throughout the summer, as the temperature rises, Park City comes alive with a series of amazing musical performers who are all part of the Deer Valley Music Festival. With the earliest incarnation of our city’s astounding and eclectic music festival having happened in 2003, the Deer Valley Music Festival has quickly grown to become one of the biggest and most exciting music festivals in the South Western United States.
Utah Symphony and Opera
Taking place over five weeks, the Deer Valley Music Festival is the summer home of both the Utah Symphony and the Utah Opera. It takes place in July and August of each year and features a variety of performances by a number of popular artists as well as chamber music performances and live opera. Throughout the five week festival, Wednesday performances feature the Utah Symphony while Thursday night performances feature guest chamber ensembles. Each Friday evening, the Deer Valley Music Festival features classical music performances held at the Deer Valley Resort. Saturday evenings are reserved for popular music acts.
Deer Valley Music Festival
-10th Anniversary Gala
This year, the Deer Valley Music Festival is happy to celebrate their tenth anniversary. To help celebrate this exciting milestone, the Deer Valley Music Festival is pleased to welcome Blues Traveler who will kick off this year’s festivities with a performance on July 5th at Stein Eriksen Lodge.
Other exciting performances that you won’t want to miss out on include Steve Martin and The Steep Canyon Rangers Featuring Edie Brickell with the Utah Symphony. This exciting concert fronted by funny man, Steve Martin, will take place July 19th at 7:30PM at the Deer Valley Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater. What better way is there to spend a summer night than with some great music, some laughs, and the warm and fresh summer air of Park City Utah?
The 10th Anniversary Gala will come to a close with a live auction. Items up for auction at this year’s gala are listed here.
Park City Lodging Deals
While in town for the Deer Valley Music Festival, guests of Park City Peaks Hotel enjoy the comfiest accommodations, a convenient location, as well as a spectacular view of Park City all for an affordable price. For more information on staying at the best hotel in Park City Utah, please contact us by calling 1-800-649-5012, or make a reservation today.
*Deer Valley also has free concerts open to the public on Wednesday now through Labor day from 6PM -8PM! For a complete listing of the concerts scheduled for the Deer Valley Music Festival, please visit their official page
Park City Utah is a city known for many things including our beautiful mountains, limitless outdoor activity potential, and our rich artistic culture. Each year, Park City celebrates that artistic culture with the Park City Kimball Arts Festival. This year will mark the 44th anniversary of the Park City Kimball Arts Festival and will feature 220 artists as well as a number of city-wide recreational activities including Taste of Art 2013.
Kimball Arts Festival 2013
The 44th Annual Park City Kimball Arts Festival takes place August 2nd-4th and will feature a number of exciting events and exhibits for the entire family to enjoy. The festival kicks off the evening of Thursday August 1st with the Opening Night Gala. The Opening Gala features a cocktail reception, an elegant dinner, both a live and silent auction as well as a fashion show and a beautiful automotive display by Porsche.
For children and families, there will be a number of events aimed at keeping the wee ones entertained. Children will be able to create their own custom Lululemon Athletica tote bags using custom designed stamps. There will also be an opportunity for children to create their own spirit totem poles using sustainable and renewable bamboo. To keep young imaginations going, there will also be ceramic creation and painting. There will also be free face painting as well as a scavenger hunt for kids to enjoy.
In addition to the celebration of visual arts, the Kimball Arts Festival offers a celebration of music as an art form with the 2013 concert series. This year, the Kimball Arts Festival will feature Small House Strings, Bastard Redheads, Trinadadio, Sofia Dion, and many others. For a complete list of musicians taking part in this year’s events, please click here.
A complete listing of the artists accepted into this year’s festival is also available, please visit the Kimball Arts Festival’s official website.
Taste of Art 2013
While visiting the Kimball Art Center for the 2013 Kimball Arts Festival, festival goers have the opportunity to experience some delicious taste sensations at the Taste of Art 2013. This year, two restaurants participating in the Taste of Art include:
Featuring a wide variety of sandwiches, soups, salads, and some of Park City’s best coffee. During the Kimball Arts Festival, The Back Door Delicatessen will feature a $9 lunch combo which includes any sandwich, a side, and a drink.
Offers diners a unique fine dining experience with affordable prices. For some delicious Italian cuisine, Cisero’s is your best option in Park City. During the Kimball Arts Festival, diners can enjoy Cisero’s Art That You Can Eat! Four of Cisero’s tastiest dishes will be available with exquisite artful presentation.
For a complete listing of the restaurants taking part in this year’s Taste of Art, please visit the 2013 Taste of Art Website.
While staying in Park City to enjoy the 2013 Kimball Arts Festival, visitors and exhibitors can enjoy Park City Peaks Hotel’s convenient location, comfy accommodations, and friendly customer service. With affordable rates, and luxurious rooms, when it comes to hotels in Park City Utah, Park City Peaks Hotel is your best option.
For more information on booking a stay with us, contact us by calling 1-800-649-5012.
It was in 2002 that the state of Utah had the privilege of hosting the Winter Olympics. The Games were a time of pride for Utah, with the world’s attention focused on our state, we showed the world what we were made of and that the spirit of the Olympic Games was at home in Utah. The spirit of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games is still alive and well in Utah thanks to Utah Olympic Park which is operated by the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation, a non-profit organization charged with the duties of operating an maintaing all of the Olympic Legacy facilities.
Utah Olympic Park
Located in Park City, Utah Olympic Park sits comfortably nestled in the Wasatch Mountains. The park includes an astounding six nordic ski jumps including the K10, K20, K40, K64, K90,and K120 meter jumps. The park also includes a 1,335 meter sliding track, a freestyle aerials hill suitable for winter training, which has hosted a number of world-class competitions, and a 750,000 gallon training pool for summer freestyle aerials. Also located in Utah Olympic Park is the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center, the Alf Engen Ski Museum, and the George Eccles 2002 Winter Olympic Games Museum.
During the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Utah Olympic Park hosted events such as luge, bobsledding, skeleton, ski jumping, and other exciting nordic events. Today, the park is open to visitors year-round and offer’s guided tours of the park. Visitors to Utah Olympic Park also get to enjoy free admission to the Alf Engen Ski Museum, and the George Eccles 2002 Winter Olympic Games Museum.
Things to do While Visiting Utah Olympic Park
There is a whole world of excitement awaiting visitors at Utah Olympic Park all year-round.
As we head into the summer months, park visitors are given the opportunity to ride the Comet Bobsled with a trained bobsledding pilot. Utah Olympic Park is also home to the fastest zipline in the world, the Xtreme Zipline. Thrill seekers can also take a ride on the Quicksilver Alpine Slide. For the really daring visitors, there is the opportunity to ride a pair of skis down the freestyle ski jump and land in Utah Olympic Park’s summer splash pool.
Closed for the summer are the park’s winter activities which include the Rocket Skeleton Ride, the nordic ski jump, and the terrain park.
There are also a number of events hosted at Utah Olympic Park and the Utah Olympic Oval. For a complete calendar of events, visit the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation’s webpage.
Utah Olympic Village is just one of the fun and exciting destinations in Park City Utah. Being a guest of Park City Peaks Hotel means that venues such as Utah Olympic Park are conveniently close and there for the whole family to enjoy while staying with us, enjoying the comfort of our hotel, and Park City Peaks Hotel’s friendly service. For more information on visiting Park City Peaks Hotel, please contact us by calling 1-800-649-5012. We look forward to your visit.
Tucked away in the beautiful and majestic mountains of Utah and just a mere 35 minute drive from the Salt Lake City airport, Park City Peaks Hotel is the perfect get away for anyone looking to do some skiing. With a decor inspired by the Rocky Mountains themselves, Park City Peaks Hotel sits atop three mountains of world renown within the ski community as unmatched ski resorts, The Canyons, Deer Valley, and Park City Mountain Resort.
The Canyons is one of the largest ski resorts in North America and is the largest ski resort in Utah. The Canyons Ski Resort has something to offer absolutely every type of skier out there. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate, or really know what you’re doing, The Canyons Ski Resort has a ski run that is right up your ally.
The Canyons boasts a base elevation of 6,800 feet and an average annual snowfall of 355 inches meaning there will always be fresh powder for skiers to take advantage of. With a summit elevation of 9,900 feet, and over 4,000 acres of skiable terrain with 182 trails, 10 percent of which is beginner, 44 percent intermediate, and 46 percent for experts, The Canyons really does have something for everyone.
Another of Utah’s ski resort treasures, Deer Valley Ski resorts boasts a staff which has been ranked number one by SKI Magazine for their exemplary customer service. Deer Valley offers Ski shipment to and from the resort via FedEx. There is also complimentary day parking near the resort and curb side assistance for helping guests load and upload their heavy ski equipment. Deer Valley staff will also store ski equipment for their guests to make travel between the resort and their guest’s accommodations that much easier.
If you’re a beginner, or someone looking to advance your skiing abilities, Deer Valley Ski Resort is home to some of the best ski instructors out there who offer ski classes for adults and children. If your children aren’t quite ready to ski, Deer Valley has a state-licensed children’s center where your kids will be looked after while you spend your day on the mountain. For guests who need to take a bit of a break from skiing, Deer Valley Ski Resort offers guided snow mobile tours of the foothills surrounding Park City.
Park City Mountain Resort has been rated number on in North America for ease and accessibility and is located just 35 minutes from the Salt Lake City airport. With a base elevation os 6,900 feet and a summit height of 10,000 feat, Park City Mountain Resort boasts over 3,300 acres of skiable terrain with 114 trails spread over eight peaks and nine bowls. Of the 114 trails, 17 percent are beginner, 52 percent are intermediate, and 31 percent are expert making Park City Mountain Ski Resort perfect for any skier regardless of experience and ability.
After a day spent in the wonder that is the Rocky Mountains, guests of Park City Peaks Hotel can return to their cozy suites and await a visit from our infamous “cookie man” who stop by and deliver freshly baked cookies with warm hot chocolate, the perfect end to any ski trip. Guests of Park City Peaks Hotel can also spend the evening relaxing in our comfortable indoor hot tub which is open daily until 11PM. Given our perfect location within the vicinity of three world class ski resorts, Park City Peaks Hotel is the perfect accommodations for anyone looking for a comfortable, relaxing place to stay during their Utah ski experience.
If you’re looking for a unique winter experience while you visit our beautiful city, why not take a sleigh ride? Glide across the snow on a romantic journey or get in the Christmas spirit with family as you travel through our breath-taking mountain scenery. A horse-drawn sleigh can take you to viewpoints you won’t find on foot and you’ll be able to look over breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains and Park City. Check out the rest of the article for information on some local sleigh ride companies.
Boulder Mountain Ranch: This highly rated organization is located on the Deer Valley Ski Resort and is a favorite for marriage proposals or couples on their honeymoon. Rides are 30 minutes long and warm blankets are provided. They also have holiday rates and a dinner/sleigh ride combination package. The ranch offers horse tours through the mountains, wagon rides and horse rentals for self guided trips as well.
Rocky Mountain Outfitters: These guys are known for their excellent service and they were nominated as a finalist for the 2011 Guide Service of the Year Award. Their beautiful horses include friendly Clydesdales, Belgians, and spotted draft breeds who will take you to enjoy breathtaking views of the Wasatch Mountains. They have a variety of options available including group and individual rides as well as daytime and night rides. Click here for a great video of the Rocky Mountain horse drawn sleigh rides.
Rocky Mountain Sleigh Company was recognized as one of the top ten sleigh dinner operators by USA Today. They will take you far from crowds and along rivers, valleys and forests before treating you to a three course meal next to a wood burning fireplace in a charming log cabin. Check out their unique dog sledding adventures with real Alaskan Husky racing sled dogs too. Menu and prices are available here.
The Canyons Sleigh Rides: Take a 30 minute horse drawn tour through the beautiful and enchanting Willow Draw and learn a little about the history of Park City along the way. Although warm blankets are supplied, don’t forget to wear warm clothing as well.
Relax after an eventful day at our Park City hotel
Treat yourself to a traditional resort vacation while staying with Park City Peaks. You can warm yourself by the fire, relax in the comfort of one of our stylish rooms or enjoy a delicious meal at our on-site restaurant and bar. We are near free transport to numerous Park City attractions and the mountains are right on our doorstep. Check out our photo gallery to see what makes Park City Peaks so special and contact us here to make a reservation.