4 Best Utah River Rafting Day Trips

We might be the second driest state in the USA but that doesn’t mean that Utah river rafting is anything short of spectacular. Our rivers have been carving their way through the Utah landscape for thousands of years, which is what makes rafting them so beautiful. Winter snow is the primary source of water, so flows vary year to year and season to season. For this reason, it’s good to consult with an expert or check flows before heading out…

Whitewater rafting on the Mighty Weber River is awesome

  White water comes in all shapes and sizes and a scale of I to V classifies these swift waters. For those who are new to rafting here is how we classify the difficulty of the white water.   Class I: Slow to fast moving water. Some small waves and ripples along the way. Not many obstructions and obstructions are easily visible. *The lower Provo River south of Park City is a great example of this class of white water.*…

How to Find Solitude in Park City, Utah

The cat is out of the bag and the beans have long been spilled. Park City is an awesome place to be, which means that town has gotten a bit more crowded. Though traffic is thicker and our favorite restaurants are busier, that doesn’t mean solitude can’t be found. In fact, we still consider Park City a great place to find solitude. Solitude Matters In our hustle-bustle, hyper-connected world, a few quiet moments alone in nature are a coveted necessity….

What we love about Park City

What we love about our little mountain town The saying around Park City goes something like this… You first come here to ski the Utah champagne powder but end up staying for the summer. Our backyard consists of the largest ski area in the United States with over 7,000 skiable acres, 450 miles of single track trails and a vibrant Historic main street. During Sundance Film Festival you’re apt to see more stars than the dark night skies that we…

5 Picture Perfect Summer Days in Park City

With 229 sunny days per year and an average high of 82° in July, it’s not difficult to have perfect summer days in Park City, Utah. Humidity is ideal for outdoor activities—typically between 20 and 40%. And there are food options to suit every taste (and work back in those calories you just burned!). Be sure to take in some leisure time in the mountains as well. Park City has something for everyone, and we’ve planned 5 perfect days that…

Fun Conference Activities that Make Your Event Truly Memorable

In many sectors, Spring means conference season. After a half day of intensive working and learning, it’s nice to have some down time. After all, you don’t want your conference to be all work and no play. Incorporating some fun conference activities can be great for promoting networking with attendees and encouraging them to want to come to your even. That said, you don’t want to spend a lot of your free time planning extra curriculars. Are you planning a conference in Park…

The Spring Breaker’s Guide to Park City, Utah

Spring break is at our doorstep, or right around the corner for some of us. For plenty of spring break fun, look no further than Park City. This town is jam packed with spring activities. True, spring weather can bring its challenges, however, with a little research and planning you can have an excellent break that you will remember for years. While skiing and music might already be on your list, round out your activities by getting some fresh air…

Winter Fly Fishing, Hire a guide and take out the guess work!

A ski vacation has a typical itinerary. Early morning first-chair to experience perfectly manicured groomers. Sledding with the kids. Après ski on lively historic Main Street and of course a soak in the hot tub with the sun setting behind the mighty Wasatch Mountains! For those of you who don’t plan on skiing every day or simply don’t ski; what do you plan on filling your days off the slopes? We recommend Winter Fly Fishing!   Fly fishing in the…

Dog Sledding only minutes from downtown Park City

History: This now popular activity originated as early as 1,000 A.D. by native and Inuit people to help with hunting, transporting supplies, and traveling. Huskies were picked because of their close lineage to wolves and because they can withstand extreme conditions. They have a double coat to help protect in the cold temperatures and can handle going without food or water. During the summer months, the dogs were expected to fend for themselves whereas in winter months they would be…

Winter Vacation Like a Pro: 8 Benefits of Snowshoeing

If you are looking for a winter adventure that isn’t skiing, look no further than snowshoeing. Snowshoeing is one of the great ways to explore the mountains, and can be done even in low snow conditions. Whether you are a novice or an expert, everyone can enjoy an afternoon on snow. Not only will you will see new terrain, you will also get a good workout. The benefits of snowshoeing are plentiful, but here are 8 of our favorites. 1. No…