What Makes Park City the Perfect Ski Town?

Some ski towns are known for their bars, nightlife, and epic party scene.  Others earned their spot on the map with steep slopes and deep snow.  More still have become famous for luxurious lodging, dining, and vacation opportunities.  Rarely do these three qualities align, but when they do you will happily find yourself in Park City, Utah!  With three world class ski resorts in Park City and a bustling nightlife downtown, it won’t take you long to realize your stay at Park City Peaks Hotel is more than just a regular ski-town getaway.  Providing the best in Canyons, Park City, and Deer Valley hotels, Park City Peaks will be your home base for discovering what separates Park City from the rest!

Places To Visit When Staying In Park City

There are many interesting places to visit around Park City, Utah during your stay at the Park City Peaks Hotel. If you are looking for activities and places to go in and around Park City, Utah, then you have come to the right place. With all the different things to do here, you will have to make some difficult decisions. You won’t have to worry though, because we have narrowed things down a bit for you. Keep on reading to learn about some of the great spots that Park City has to offer.

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Tour of Utah 2013

canstockphoto10268477 crop Tour of Utah 2013Dubbed 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.