The Community of Park CityA tour of Park City is in the photos and links below. You will quickly see that our town is a great place to visit and live. Many people come to visit in the winter, and then decide to move here permanently after experiencing a summer. Most of our properties have tremendous views due to our excellent natural terrain. Jump in feet first to our resort lifestyle (and then into our Hot Tubs).
Main Street Activities!
Park City's Amazing History Digs Deep Into The Past. Park City was settled by miners looking to strike silver in the 1870s. The town has played a colorful role in Utah's history ever since. This history is preserved in the more than 65 town buildings on the National Historic Register. This heritage is apparent anytime you wander down Main Street - they don't call it "Historic Main Street" for nothing. You'll find the Park City Museum, where you can examine some of the city's artifacts or lock yourself up in the old jail.
Park City's Colorful Cultural Collage. Not only is Park City the home of the world-famous film festival every January, but it is also the place for world-renowned artists and visual impressionists who find the town's atmosphere and environment inspiring and inviting. There are art galleries throughout Park City - showcasing painters, photographers, sculptors and their varied works. Park City also features five theater in a historic setting and a year-round film series for stage and screen buffs.
So, How Great Is The Greatest Snow? When we say "The Greatest Snow On Earth TM" it is with considerable scientific justification. Utah's unique mountain terrain, coupled with the state's high desert climate, makes for an unusually fight, fluffy, dry powder - and an abundance of more than 350 inches on average each year. Also, our weather is conducive to skiing in comfort. Locals enjoy an average of 226 clear or partly sunny days each year, including more than 90 during the winter skiing months. And our daytime temperatures are pleasantly mild - our average daily high is a balmy 43 degrees during the ski season. The Wasatch Range is known for its "dry cold," with mild temperatures that sometimes makes it feel as though you're skiing in the spring, even if it's the middle of January. If you really want spring conditions, this is your place, since it's quite common to have mid-season snow conditions well into April. And speaking of early season openings, we make snow when Mother Nature is a bit tardy. We're experts in state-of-the-art snow making technology. In other words, you just get here, we'll come up (or down) with the snow you're hoping for.
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