Your Team Building Experts

“You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation” -Plato 16 years of experience has made All Seasons Adventures experts in corporate teambuilding activities. Park City is located only a half hour from an international airport and the outdoor recreation possibilities in the area are endless. Whether you looking at Park City mainly for meetings or as an incentive trip keep an open mind because teambuilding isn’t all about trust falls…

Tips for Floating the Weber River

Experiencing the Mighty Weber River can be a great family outing. This river is rated as a class II, the rating scale for river difficulty ranges from class I to class V, meaning the rapids on the Weber are a little mellower but this is not an amusement ride! We run 12 foot Aire Super Pumas paddle rafts on the most exciting 8.5 mile stretch of the lower Weber River. This technical class II stretch offers a challenging rock garden,…

Fly Fishing on the Weber River

  Despite the fact that the Provo river attracts the majority of the attention, the Weber is a hidden gem, providing ample opportunities of hooking into and landing large trout.  Fly Fishing on the Weber river with a  guide has proven to be not only a great place to learn or improve your techniques, it is productive when it comes to fighting trout.   This tributary of the Great Salt Lake is considered a blue ribbon fishery, a designation appointed…

Rafting 101: Everything you need to know to prepare for your tour

Come and experience the class II rapids on the Mighty Weber River with All Seasons Adventures. We offer rafting tours daily at 10am and 1:30pm from June to September. Where are we located, what class rapids, can kids come? We have a private put in location just west of Henefer, Utah. Our location offers flushable toilets, a shaded picnic area and fun yard games. Experience an eight mile stretch of the Weber River loaded with family friendly class II rapids…

Cheers To Goose: Founder of All Seasons Adventures

In 1972 Goose made the move from Illinois to Salt Lake City to ski for the University of Utah. After school, he decided to move up to Park City for a break and do some more skiing. He enjoyed the area and everyone he met so much he decided to call it home. Along with skiing, Goose became very passionate about fly fishing and took up rafting after moving to P.C. He has been able to explore many of the surrounding…

Open Space in Utah, a great way to preserve our heritage

The back bone of the economy in Park City is tourism. People spend their vacations here to experience the area’s natural beauty, fresh air and dark night skies filled with stars. Located in northern Utah’s Summit County, Park City was founded in 1869 as a silver mining town, transformed into a ski town and is now the second fastest growing county in Utah. Unlike other Western resort areas that are bordered by public lands, our communities are surrounded by private property….

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…

Columbia Outdry Extreme ECO shell has done so many things right.

The fashion industry is one of the top polluting industries second only to the oil and gas industry. Columbia has taken a big step in mitigating some of this impact with the invent of their new shell. Being an outdoor enthusiast I see firsthand how each of us make a difference from the decision to buy local supporting our communities where we work and play to refusing single use water bottles and purchasing progressive environmentally responsible products. This season as…

Park City Trail Etiquette

Being an avid trail runner I see all sorts of users on Park City’s 400+ miles of trails. Many of these trails are available to the public only because of the hard work from Mountain Trails that works closely with Park City, Basin Recreation, Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resort. The work done by these organizations, along with efforts from open-space advocates such as Summit Land Conservancy, have created one of the most extensive, continuous trail systems in the…

Hiking in the Uinta National Forest

Spring in Utah is a dynamic season as there can still be significant amounts of snow in the high elevations and roasting heat in the Salt Lake Valley. When the mercury rises why not leave the heat and go  hiking in the Uinta National Forest. A half hour drive from Park City the Mirror Lake Highway is sure to please with miles of trails and an estimated 1,000+ lakes that are a result of extensive glaciations. The Uinta mountain range…