Park City

The thrill-seeker’s paradise is far more than a winter ski vacation destination; the sprawling, pristine hillsides of Park City offer everything from rides on Utah’s largest elevated alpine coaster to the chance to ride the bobsled track in Utah Olympic Park. Shop the quaint, friendly downtown for buckskin and boots so you can dance the night away in Park City’s rollicking pub scene.

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Nov. – Feb.: Winter is the busiest and most expensive to book — and the coldest. Bundle up!
March – May: Springtime in the mountains is fresh and beautiful, and you’ll get a break on travel rates.
June – Aug.: Summer nights stay cool, so it’s a break if you’re coming from a hot zone.
Sep. – Oct.: Fall brings the chance for foliage hunting, and you may luck into early ski weather.


Visas: Travelers from outside the United States will need a valid passport, as well as ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorization) eligibility or a full visa.
Money: Currency is U.S. dollars and ATMs are widely available.
Travel Health: Travelers (including U.S. citizens) should check for vaccination, proof of negative COVID-19 test and face mask requirements, as well as any travel restrictions, before planning their trip. The Utah Department of Health and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are the best resources for up-to-date information and guidance. Before traveling, research and prepare for what to do if you get sick while away. Masks are required on Park City public transportation.


Getting Here: Park City is 35 minutes east of Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC). Shuttles and rental cars are available. Book well in advance for any ride from the airport in peak winter season and skip rideshares if the surge rates spike.
Getting Around: Buses in Park City are free, and many are now electric.Once you’re in downtown, most attractions lie within strolling distance. Hotel shuttles can get you to the ski lifts.


Local Lingo: Planks are a set of skis. Dump is a fantastic amount of fresh snow. Après ski is when you go for drinks after the planks are off.
Must-Have Apps: Park City Transit
Insider Tip: For a local’s night, go to a pub so chill they didn’t bother to name it — No Name Saloon & Grill — where you can enjoy a buffalo burger above the crowd from the heated rooftop patio.
Fun Fact: Park City’s slogan is “Winter’s Favorite Town,” and with dog-sledding, ice skating, snowboarding, tubing, snowshoeing, skiing and sleigh rides, they have a point.