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Park City is a year-round mountain resort town in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah. First settled by prospectors in the 1860's, Park City remained primarily a "mining town" with all of the traditional character, and characters, until the 1970's. With the abundance of snow in the area, over the years residents installed rudimentary ski lifts and jumps, which served as entertainment for the locals. In 1963, the first ski business was begun on what was then Treasure Mountain. The city now is home to three world class mountain resorts: Park City Mountain Resort, Deer Valley Resort, and Canyons Resort. Park City’s Main Street is a favorite visitor stop. With numerous historic buildings both on Main and surrounding streets, guided walking tours provided by the Historical Society give visitors a good overview of what Park City was like "back then". Bed and Breakfast inns are available to use as a base for all the visitor activities.
During the 2002 Winter Games, the Park City and Deer Valley ski resorts were major venues for ski and snowboarding events, while the Utah Olympic Park hosted ski jumping, bobsleigh and luge. With an interactive ski museum, an Olympic memorabilia museum and tours of the track, the Park attracts visitors on a regular basis.
Every winter Park City is the host of the United States' largest Independent Film Festival, the Sundance Film Festival, which has become the premier showcase for new work from American and international independent filmmakers. Park City is also host to numerous other Festivals and Events. The summer Art Festival and International Jazz Festival join Concerts in the Park, weekly Farmers markets and Utah Symphony concerts at Deer Valley's Amphitheater to provide something for everyone. Numerous sporting events include Girls' Softball Championships, soccer and rugby tournaments, and local, as well as national, mountain and road bike events. In addition, over 300 miles of trails throughout the area allow biking, hiking, and horseback riding, with terrain ranging from the flat paved trail of the Historic Rail Trail to steep technical single track.
Park City is also a base for boaters and fishermen who ply the waters of the Jordanelle, Deer Creek, Echo, and Rockport Reservoirs. Blue ribbon fly-fishing is available on the nearby Provo and Weber Rivers. Golfers choose from a variety of private and public golf courses in the immediate area, as well as in the nearby Heber Valley.
Ask a Park City area bed and breakfast innkeeper for information on all that the area has to offer.
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