Five Reasons to Visit Park City in Spring

Well it is that time of year again, spring aka mud season. Town is quiet, the snow is melting and people are patiently waiting for summer. This time of year can always have a variety of weather, sun one day and snow the next. Planning a mountain get away this time of year might require a bit more flexibility but here are five reasons why you should be visiting Park City in Spring. Fewer people in town means that you will…

The Mysterious Life of the Basque Sheep Herders

Taking a hike in the mountain west can offer solitude; fresh air and can offer a glimpse into the past with a tangible lesson in American History. During the early 1800s and until the 1950s Basque sheep herders were some of the people to leave a lasting mark on the West. Often unknown even in the records of Ellis Island these people were recruited with promises of fortune. Little did these young men know, many not even 18 years old,…

Utah: Classified As A Boring State?

Recently Area Vibes released an article stating Utah was the second most boring state in the United States. Area Vibes came to this conclusion partly due to population density. It is knows that southern Utah can be desolate and rural but that area is one of the best areas to explore! Needless to say we beg to differ on Utah being a boring state. Not only does Utah offer “The Greatest Snow on Earth” but it also has World Class Ski Resorts…

Park City Mountain Biking: Guided Tours

Biking on the Union Pacific Rail Trail

Park City is famous for its mountain biking: with claim to over 400 miles of singletrack and the International Mountain Biking Association’s Gold Level Ride Area status we consider ourselves lucky to live here. Are you wanting to experience this for yourself?  Don’t be overwhelmed by the endless trail options involved with Park City Mountain Biking: guided tours are incredibly customizable.  When booking we ask you about your biking experience and your trail preferences to assign you the most compatible…

Rivers in Park City

There’s something about spending time with a river- it is a living metaphor, after all. By observing a river we somehow view our own existence and then it makes sense why water is the worldwide cultural symbol for life. Rivers have always represented the way in which this life moves. It’s beautiful, really. Whether we are rafting the Weber, fishing the Provo, or floating multi-day stretches somewhere in the American West- rivers have affected each of us at All Seasons Adventures….

Planning a Park City Corporate Retreat or Group Activity?

Are you in search of a quick activity to get your clients moving and interacting with one another in the midst of a long day of presentations?  Or perhaps you need activities for multiple days which will rejuvenate your employees, making them feel valued for hard work that’s been well done?  We have been organizing individualized group and corporate events for well over a decade now and, judging by the newfound smiles at the end of our activities, we feel…

Selecting the Best Summer Activity

To help you determine which adventure to reserve for your group, All Seasons Adventures is providing a brief list to assist you in Selecting the Best Summer Activity.  Without further ado, here are our recommendations to help you and your group fulfill all of your outdoor desires.   If you are a family with young children (4-7): rafting If you are a family with older children (8-12): fly fishing, rafting, Rail Trail bike ride, hiking, horseback riding If you want a physical challenge: Order yourself…

The Truth About Our Snow: An Enthusiast’s Confession

We are in Park City because of the snow: the snow we drink all year long, the snow which provides a bustling economy, the snow we ski, the snow that feeds the crops and the cattle and the people.  It is our snow that flows into the Colorado River Basin which provides water to neighboring states, and it is our snow which, as fly fishermen/women, rafters, dog mushers, skiers, and snowshoers we rely on and care deeply about. This winter has been…

FAQ: Fly Fishing for the Beginner

We asked one of our most experienced guides a few commonly asked questions regarding our fly fishing experience- here’s what he had to say in our FAQ: Fly Fishing for the Beginner. Winter Fly Fishing- is it as good as in the summer? Each season has its pros and cons, in the winter fishing tends to be slightly slower than in the summer, the cooler water mean fish are not spending a lot of calories chasing bugs around.  Dec and…

Mountain Biking in Park City has arrived for the Season

Park City mountain biking

Today is April 12th and I went mountain biking in Park City 2 weeks ago.  Not only that but then skied powder a few days later, I must have slipped away to heaven for a week!  Let me elaborate, when I say mountain biking, I wasn’t riding my bike on the streets but actually single track on the front side of Glen Wild.  It was perfect, great temp, dry trail, and just enough to get saddle soar for the 1st…