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- I'm a healthy senior, and I walk a fair amount at home, but I'm not really a hiker. There are no mountain bikes allowed on the Sultan loop, although horses are allowed, so there is fair amount of horse poop. Our party took the scenic chairlift ride to the Sultan trailhead, which is actually not marked very well, but there were a lot of Deer Valley staff on hand the point it out. Be sure to pick up a trail map when you buy the lift tickets. Although this trail is marked as green (for easy), the trail starts with a downhill walk down a wide dirt road, which means you have an uphill walk at the end, so save a little reserve energy for the return. At the bottom of the hill are two chairlifts, and you can choose to go further downhill on the loop, or take the easier path which has a fairly short uphill switchback, and then a lovely level trail through the woods. We walked as far as the beautiful view of the lake and vista, and then turned around so that we would have enough juice left to make it back uphill to the chairlift, One of our party used trekking sticks, and she was glad to have them.
The concierge who recommended this hike pointed out that you can have a lovely (but expensive) lunch on the patio of the Stein Erikson Lodge, near the trailhead, or the St. Regis, reached by the free funicular near the Snowpark lodge. We weren't up for anything fancy, so we just took the bus back to town and ate pizza.
Written September 16, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Beautiful walk at Mirror Lake, the Aspens starting to change color. Gorgeous. Saw lots of wildlife even a bald eagle.Written September 21, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Beautiful destination. The entire street is loaded with shops, bars, restaurants. Silly Sundays the street is closed to traffic and filled with vendors of all types. Plenty of parking options if you go early in the day.Written September 6, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Visited during the summer. so no skiing review. However, the mountain coaster was a fun ride, as was the alpine slide. Both are worth the time and wait; get the double ply. We went just before it opened, so no waiting. A definite for a summer visit.Written August 21, 2022
- We did not do too much in the Canyons village but it looked pretty active for apres ski activities. The PC ski valet shop with Trey and Ryan were very accommodating. Guest services was also very helpful.Written March 8, 2022
- They managed to present many interesting exhibits, many of which are interactive, in a space that covers three floors. Interesting, informative and well done. From mining to skiing you learn the history of how Park City has fared through the years. Well worth the admission price.Written September 14, 2022
- So much fun! We brought two young kids with us and they loved it!!! The line moved pretty quickly and the ride was a ton of fun!!Written July 10, 2022
- My two girl friends and I had a phenomenal experience on a 90-minute trail ride in Oakley. Our guide, Tak, was friendly, educational and made us feel at ease. I would highly recommend for first-time riders!Written May 15, 2022
- We stopped in at the Tanger outlet to look for some sunglasses. Mine had been broken during the flight to Salt Lake City. The Tommy Hilfiger store was extremely helpful in lining me up with a replacement pair.
My wife found a Talbot outlet that was having a fantastic sale. This was quite timely as her sizes had changed recently, so a new wardrobe was very welcome.
Unfortunately, due to economic downturns, several stores (Brooks Brothers, Ann Taylor) were closed.
I imagine this outlet would be packed for Christmas holiday shopping!Written September 6, 2020
- Lots of nice places in Park City!
If you are a music fan there is nothing like The Egyptian Theater. They have a wide range of great shows - back to the 60's and further forward. We saw Herman's Hermits and it was great! A fairly small "intimate" theater with about 500 or so seats. Check the net for upcoming shows.
A great restaurant we visited was Flanagan's On Main - great food and wonderful seating right on the main street. Also good selection of beers and mixed drinks.
The Olympic Center in town is the site of the 2002 Olympics. Small but very interesting museum and a great setting to watch the ski jumping/board stunts practice (into water so in summer) as well as high dive practice. And, if you have the nerve, a ride on a "wheeled" bobsled down the sled track. Not for the faint of heart but a unique experience.
Finally, while in town we stayed at the Park Peaks Hotel. Nice rooms and atmosphere, reasonable rate and "trendy" vibe.Written June 22, 2022
- We spent 2 hours tubing. It was really fun. The kids had a blast. The facility is excellent, staff are friendly and we all enjoyed it.Written April 4, 2022
- You can board this lift easily off the main street in Park City. We had purchased the "Adult Summer Scenic Lift - All Day" pass that enabled us to ride multiple ski lifts that day in Park City.
This lift moves slowly and the round trip time to/from the city center is 90 minutes. That being said, the views are amazing and enabled us to simply soak in the scenery.
We got off the lift at the top and checked out the area that intersected with several hiking / mountain biking trails. You can re-board the chair lift and ride it back down to the town.
This is a relaxing activity if you want to chill for a little while.Written September 25, 2021
- The Nature Center is staffed with friendly folk, five-dollar snow shoes and poles for a full day, and a detailed map of the Nature Preserve. Convenience and cost appear to top the benefits, with proximity to I-80 and its roar being a plus and a minus while snow showing. But eventually the snow shoe up the austere slopes of Glenwylde take one into a pleasant environment where the evidence of wildlife (squirrel holes, magpie flights, and countless tracks through the sage and scrub brush, yielded for us to an extensive herd of elk. They seemed to track us, as they started at the northern ridges of the Preserve, only later to meet us at the end of our hike at the Eastern-most summit. Ridge-most views provide great views of the Park City and Snyderville Valley area, the Olympic jumps and village, as well as the canyon creek. The trails are extensive, with sufficient to entertain and exhaust the novice easily for a full day.Written December 23, 2021
- some of the best in bounds terrain in UT. Slow chair and a bit of a pain to get there but usually worth the effort.Written February 16, 2020
- Had lots of literature and very helpful staff. Worth a stop at the start of the trip if even to get a map. Coffee place inside and helpful staff. Right on the way to Olympic areaWritten August 19, 2020
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