Did you know that Park City’s mountains have more than 400 miles of winding public trails? You don’t have to see it all, but you can try. Start your days biking or hiking through wildflower-coated hills, perhaps stopping for a scenic picnic at midday.
While Utah’s stunning Park City is well-known for its slopes and snow sports, there are plenty of area activities for travelers looking for something off the beaten (ski) path.
Had enough of the mountains? Skip the uphill challenge by taking advantage of lift-served mountain biking so you can savor the downhill exhilaration again and again. For even more high-speed adventure, try alpine zip lining, coasters, or slides.
Go with the flow — water flow that is. Sail the morning away on the Jordanelle Reservoir with a certified skipper. Take on the white waters with a rafting trip down the Weber River. Or try your hand at fly fishing in the Provo River.
If you’re still pining for the mountains but your hamstrings don’t agree, hop on a hot air balloon tour to see the impressive peaks from above!
Tour with a twist. Clear your day — all for the love of vino — this experience will take a while. With Utah Wine Tours, you’ll have the chance to taste Utah-crafted wine, beer, and spirits. The tour will pick you up around 11 a.m. and return you around 6 p.m. While you’re en route, you’ll stop by historic landmarks around the Greater Salt Lake and Park City areas. It’s like Wine Country — Utah style.
This funky tasting room has something to quench every palate. Located right inside Lot 579, this brewery gives you easy access to eateries such as Bear Flag Fish Co. and the American Dream. Sip on Double Trunk Double IPA, CalifornIPA, and Blood Orange Amber as you snack.
A taste for finer things. If you’re looking for fine dining, you won’t want to miss this. Sample all of your options when you take a Gourmand Tour. You’ll have the opportunity to visit the best restaurants on Main Street and sample the chef’s specialty dishes of the day. All the while, you’ll learn about Park City’s rich history.
Cooking up the past. For a culinary experience rooted in old Utah, plan a tour with *Park City Food Tours*. You’ll visit multiple restaurants on Main Street, each with a unique story. Your friendly, knowledgeable tour guide will answer all your questions, as well as provide you with a background of Park City along the way.
This main street staple is considered one of the best restaurants in Park City year in and year out. Serving an inventive array of upscale, eclectic American cuisine and uncomplicated, seasonal dishes, they are led by executive chef Seth Adams.
Whether you’re into shopping, history, culture, food, or a little bit of everything, make your way to Main Street. Learn about the mining town’s heritage at the Park City Museum or catch a show at the Egyptian Theatre — the original home of the Sundance Film Festival.
Originally built for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, this park operates year-round and offers many attractions at no cost. Start by brushing up on your ski and Olympics knowledge at two on-site interactive museums or on a guided tour.
Start your day at Five5eeds, a family-owned restaurant serving up delicious breakfast dishes and coffee. You’ll find plenty of healthy options, along with some traditional breakfast delights. Chicken and waffles anyone? After you’ve had your fill, head 10 minutes down the street to the Park City Museum. Interactive exhibits and guided tours are sure to entertain all ages.
Get ready for some classic Utah fun in the great outdoors. Book a summer or winter package with exciting family activities through All Seasons Adventures. Try fly fishing, mountain biking, hiking, trap shooting, and horseback riding in the summer. In the winter, try dog sledding, snowmobiling, snowshoe hiking, and skiing.
After a fun day in the mountains, stop by El Chubasco for delicious Mexican street food. It’s a quick 2-minute drive from All Seasons Adventures — you can stay and enjoy the atmosphere, or get it to-go and unwind for the night.
Grab coffee and breakfast before browsing the bookshelves at Atticus Coffee, Books & Teahouse. A portion of every sale is donated to local, nonprofit organizations. Then head over to Quarry Mountain for a scenic hike.
Need a midday break? Hop over to High West Saloon in Old Town for a whisky distillery tour, a full bar with wine and beer, and a great lunch menu.
Shop ‘til you drop and admire the beauty of Utah in the Main Street Historic District. You’ll find boutiques, art stores, and tons of restaurants lining the road. Break away from standard fare and head to Yuki Yama Sushi for a traditional Japanese sushi and noodle meal, or a hot dish like lamb lollipops.
Enjoy a wholesome breakfast at Harvest, where you can get light bites or filling meals. Be sure to wash it down with a tasty cup ‘o Joe.
Just a few minutes from Harvest is Park City Mountain, and it’s a must-see. You’ll experience Park City from a different point of view during every season. Golf, slide, climb, and zip line during the summer. When winter comes around, you can take skiing or snowboarding lessons before trying it on your own.
End your vacation with a bang at No Name Saloon, Park City’s oldest bar. Home to the famous buffalo burger, No Name Saloon is the perfect spot to let loose with the locals. Plus, you can enjoy a year-round heated rooftop patio.
You have access to an ever-changing variety of discounts and special offers to enhance and expand your vacation options.
Club Wyndham vacation experiences available for non-owners to get a taste of timeshare.
Take advantage of all the ways to enjoy your ownership, including special offers and cash discounts to further enhance your travels.