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Park City Summer Events Calendar 2024

NAC Barn Party, June 1discovernac.org/events/barn-party Kick off summer at this annual fundraiser at the National Ability Center Ranch and Equestrian Center. This family-friendly event includes dinner, live music, a saloon, a mechanical bull, an auction and more! Park City Trail Series, June 1, July 13, August 3pctrailseries.com Returning for another season, this trail series features three
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Blackdog Builders is a father-daughter run business offering a full spectrum of construction and design services

According to The Family Business Consulting Group, less than one-third of family businesses survive into the second generation, and when they do, most are taken over by a son. These are two of the many ways Blackdog Builders goes against the norm and breaks stereotypes. While owner Todd Evans is still heavily involved, the second
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Rancho Luna Lobos rehabilitates rescue dogs, taking some on the dogsledding circuit

Dogsledding is one of the most sought-after winter activities for Park City visitors. The tours sell out months in advance and there are lengthy waitlists for most of the season. But dogsledding isn’t just something that tourists do over a winter trip to Park City. For one Peoa family, it’s a way of life that
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Park City boutique Grace Clothiers offers unique clothing, handmade jewelry and artisan home goods

Laura Montecot-Fruth came to the U.S. from Peru in 1986 to learn English. She started her studies at Hunter College in New York and then moved to New York City for work. “A friend of mine offered me a job at a restaurant in the Conde? Nast Building [now named 4 Times Square] where Vogue,
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Park City’s Maryguenn Vellinga represents Utah in the boxing world

Maryguenn Vellinga, owner of RISE Boxing in Jeremy Ranch, holds a host of impressive accomplishments. She is Utah’s only female professional boxer and is a two-time national champion and three-time Golden Glove silver medalist. She is also the founder of the only female-owned competitive boxing gym in the state. The gym is her way of
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Unconventional cocktails in Park City

Growing up in Southend-on-Sea, England — a town perched on the English Channel, southeast of London — Steve Walton never dreamed he’d end up managing an American whiskey brand and raising a family in Park City, of all places. “I was in a Tesco graduate training program, in a very competitive position, and set to
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Park City Style Catalogue

DiJore in Park City houses unique clothing, footwear and accessories

If you’ve shopped at DiJore, you known it’s more than a clothing shop — it’s an experience! It may also be Park City’s best kept secret. DiJore is located at the bottom of a discreet set of stairs just off Main Street (in the Galleria Mall). If you’re not looking for it, you might miss
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MountainStyle Living

Canyons Village in Park City: A walkable and family friendly ski village

Canyons Village acts as Park City Mountain’s northern base. It is both the most accessible part of the ski area — you’ll drive past it as you head toward Old Town — and the most family friendly, with the heated Orange Bubble Express chairlift and a children’s center. If you want to ski beyond the
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Pendry Plaza in Canyons Village has shopping, dining and winter events

Pendry Plaza is a sleek, open-air gathering space nestled at the base of the ski slopes leading to Park City Mountain’s Canyons Village. The plaza bears the name of the hotel that encircles the property, the Pendry, but isn’t just for Pendry guests. The plaza is open to the public and adds diversity and excitement
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Silver Star Ski & Sport in Park City offers great gear and a knowledgeable staff

If you’ve ever seen a pack of cyclists romping down Park Avenue behind a man wearing a drink-carrying sling that looks like hot dog, you’ve likely seen Todd Fischer. “The Cruiser Palooza,” as it is called, is a (roughly) biannual event run by Silver Star Ski & Sport. The event brings together friends who have
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Fine dining at Park City Mountain’s Lookout Cabin

It may come as a surprise, but one of Park City’s most alluring fine dining destinations isn’t on Main Street or in Deer Valley or even in Kimball Junction. Originally built as a snowcat maintenance facility, Lookout Cabin restaurant is located at approximately 9,000 feet on Park City Mountain in the oldest existing building at
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Powder Watts cuts energy consumption, saves users hundreds of dollars a month

Anyone who has lived in a mountain town can understand the predicament Tom Clardy was in eight years ago. After a heavy load of snow cracked several of the rooftop solar panels on his Park City home, he ventured onto the roof to clear the snow and found himself falling through the top layer of
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Four days of winter fun in Park City that go beyond the norm

It’s easy to find a list of popular winter activities in Park City, but finding lesser-known, insider to-dos is a bit trickier. To help you plan a Park City trip that is one-of-a-kind, we’ve put together an activity-packed four-day itinerary that goes well beyond the usual suspects. We’ve organized each daily itinerary so you can
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Highstyle Profile

Childhood ski trips led to Connie Barnhart calling Park City her forever home

Connie Barnhart is a true, self-made woman. And if you ask her, she’ll tell you that she never thought any of it would amount to anything. She was just enjoying the experience. But it sure did amount to something. Here’s how it happened. Although Connie calls Park City home today, her story begins in Salt
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Burning Man artists light up Park City with vibrant colors, art and ideas

In 2000, Lola was waiting in line to have her fortune told at Burning Man when Zafod Beatlebrox rolled up on his bicycle. A veteran of this “temporary metropolis dedicated to community, art, self-expression and self-reliance,” Zafod recognized love when he saw it. “The Oracle doesn’t know anything,” he said to her. “Let me show
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Park City’s fulFILLed wants to change the world

Doors of opportunity seem to continuously open for Kimberly Flores, and with each leap of faith, she answers her calling to be an advocate for the environment. “I know there is a bigger plan. I just keep following the path that’s been laid out before me,” Kimberly says. Her bigger plan has always revolved around
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Park City Community Foundation links donors with worthy nonprofits

The Park City Community Foundation connects donors with nonprofit organizations to create a community that is fully supported. If nothing else, the numbers are proof that the foundation is doing everything it can to make Park City a great place to live, work and play. “We’ve contributed over $50 million into our community,” says the
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JANS has been outfitting outdoor enthusiasts since 1980

As a young 20-something, I met Jan Peterson through his daughter, Andrea,” recalls JANS Chief Financial Officer Caron Keim Murray of her long personal and professional relationship with JANS founder Jan Peterson, who passed away in May 2016. “My favorite quote from Jan was, ‘Treat everyone walking through our doors as if they were invited
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MountainStyle Living

Deer Valley and Extell Development Company team up to expand Park City skiing

It’s been in the works for years — a new ski resort nestled in the Wasatch Mountains near Park City. The hype was at an all-time high when Extell Development Company unveiled their vision for the first major ski destination to be created in the last 40 years. Over last summer, news broke that Deer
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The enduring magic of Sundance Film Festival

As one might imagine, there was a certain energy during the early years of the Sundance Film Festival. The event was at the forefront of the modern indie film festival movement, and the excitement was palpable. “The organizers aimed to cultivate a growing audience for independent film, giving them an opportunity to watch films they
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Your guide to stargazing in Jordanelle State Park

There are more International Dark Sky Parks and Communities in Utah than anywhere else in the world. And under the direction of Park Manager Jason Whittaker, Jordanelle State Park east of Park City became a Dark Sky Park in 2021. According to Jason, it took a lot of work to get the international designation, which
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Park City Winter Events Calendar 2023-24

Wander Excursions with Wild Women Tribe Various dates, November 11-March 30 Join the Wild Women Tribe for workshops and excursions scheduled for several Fridays and Saturdays throughout the winter season. Each excursion features outdoor elements and a theme, such as “Accessing Intuition.” Check WildWomenTribe.net for details. Park City Snow Globe Stroll Thanksgiving through January 8
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In Park City, being “different” is a plus — and it’s a culture that started long ago

You can call Park City the black sheep of Utah, eccentric or weird, and chances are no one will bat an eye — least of all Parkites. Park City is used to going against the grain and dancing to the beat of its own drum, and because of it, it’s become a haven for people
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Park City Style Catalogue

Northland Mountain Boutique a homebase for adventurers and eco-friendly warriors

Before moving to Summit County, Carolina De Martino and her husband, Angelo Querciali, started a retail empire across Patagonia. Now, they manage all 15 stores from their homebase in Park City. “Every three months, Angelo flies down to Argentina or Chile to spend a month at a time with our managers and 90-plus employees. He
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As Park City’s growth impacts wildlife habitat, here’s what you can do to help

Have you spotted a bobcat taking a midnight stroll on your doorbell camera? Or biked around a trail bend to find a herd of elk moving steadily up the mountain? Both are great reminders that wildlife is all around us in Park City. REMOVING BARRIERS FOR WILDLIFE MOVEMENT Many wildlife species are on the move
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Kimball Junction: Park City’s shopping and dining hub

Kimball Junction offers a welcome escape from the bustle of downtown Park City. Here, there’s abundant parking, both big box and locally owned businesses, and a growing number of restaurants. It boasts all the comforts of a much larger city but with a small-town feel and easy access to the outdoors. In addition to myriad
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Canyons Village: A resort playground and kid paradise

Canyons Village is sandwiched between McPolin Barn and Utah Olympic Park just off Highway 224 north of Old Town. The community is notoriously easy to access (without traffic, SLC is around 30 minutes by car) and most people go car-free once they’ve made the journey in. In addition to being walkable, Canyons Village sits at
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Deer Valley: Park City’s upscale resort community

Deer Valley is best known for its snow-covered hills and award-winning ski runs, but in the summer, the resort transforms into a mecca for lift-served downhill mountain biking, outdoor live music and hiking. It is a paradise for people who want to get out in the mountains, while enjoying the comforts of five-star lodging and
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Old Town: The heartbeat and historic center of Park City

The true heart of Park City is found in Old Town, a little strip of land bordered by two massive ski areas — Deer Valley Resort and Park City Mountain — that evolve into summer adventure hubs when the snow melts. Old Town isn’t the largest neighborhood, but it’s by far the most historic. It
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The next generation of bikers in Park City

One of Julie Minahan’s first experiences in Park City was riding down Main Street on her luggage because there was so much snow. When it came time to return to the University of New Hampshire after her spring break visit, she thought to herself, “Why the heck am I leaving this place?” As a ski
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