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Park City Style Catalogue

No two alike at Pearls by Shari in Park City

Walking into Pearls by Shari offers a sense of serene calm compared to the hustle and bustle of Park City’s Main Street. Glass cases encircle the shop, the soft luster of pearls glowing from within them. Nestled inside each case are pieces clearly designed and crafted with intention and passion. “The pearl is the only
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MountainStyle Living

The Park City company that does it all — and does it well

CooperWynn is a company with many areas of expertise. What started as a property investment company, expanded to include real estate services, and in late 2020, it added a property management arm with the purchase of Identity Properties, a well-respected vacation rental company that’s been around for over 40 years. “It really just made sense
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Park City ski resorts kick dining fare up a notch

Some of us are old enough — or have parents who are old enough — to remember a time when ski resort fare consisted mostly of sad cafeteria-style food, dry and tasteless burgers, bland chili, steamed tube steaks, and nachos covered with a cheese-like substance from a can. It wasn’t pretty, and it certainly wasn’t
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Utah Olympic Park expands, greatly enhancing Park City’s winter sports training

Chances are you’ve visited the Utah Olympic Park (UOP) to see athletes compete, feel the rush of a bobsled, or swoosh down a ski jump into a pool. With nearly 400 acres, the park is hard to miss. Over 20 years ago, the world turned its eye to Park City for the 2002 Winter Olympic
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MountainStyle Living

Canyons Village is as guest-centric as it gets

Canyons Village has always been, first and foremost, a ski village. It was the base area for Park City West, which was rebranded as Canyons Resort before being absorbed by Park City Mountain to make it the largest ski resort in the US. Through it all, Canyons Village has remained a hub for skiers and
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Park City grown

Ted Ligety, a four-time Olympian, is world-known for his impressive Alpine skiing feats. He won a gold medal in the 2006 (Alpine combined) and 2014 (giant slalom) Winter Olympics, with the former win earning him the distinction of being the youngest American male to win a gold medal in alpine skiing. He was just 21.
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Then & Now: The ski history of Park City

I was in high school in Salt Lake City when Treasure Mountain ski resort opened in Park City in December 1963. I was eager to ski there and ride the “space-age” gondola, then the longest in the country. In early January, my buddy Mike and I snaked our lengthy wooden downhill skis through the sunroof
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About the Cover: Winter 22-23

Our cover proudly shows off the debut collection of Team Event, a luxury ski brand founded by Parkite Marion Zaniello. This collection, which was designed in Park City using fabric made near the Swiss Alps, was created for the modern-retro skier who loves looking good and shredding hard. The photoshoot dream team consisted of photography
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Growing pains in Park City

I grew up and have spent most of my life living in ski towns. They’re special corners of the world, places where the air is a bit cleaner, people are a bit friendlier, and life revolves less around work, and more around the mountains — especially in the winter. The tradition of bundling up and
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Riverhorse on Main in Park City recognized with awards, celebrates 35-year history

It’s a bit mind-blowing to think about the fact that Park City’s beloved Riverhorse on Main restaurant opened way back on New Year’s Eve in 1987. The radio was playing “Faith” by George Michaels, Belinda Carlisle’s “Heaven Is a Place on Earth,” and “Touch of Grey” by the Grateful Dead, and we were still months
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