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MountainStyle Living

The fabric of Park City

Visitors are drawn to Park City for skiing in the winter, biking in the summer, and good food and live music year-round. But ask anyone who’s lived in the area for any period of time and they’ll tell you that while they might’ve been first lured by the city’s access to the outdoors and rich
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MountainStyle Living

Summit Land Conservancy protects Park City land from development

Cheryl Fox’s migration tale is likely familiar to many Park City residents. In 1987, she moved into her parents’ Deer Valley condo to teach ski lessons for a season before starting graduate school. Instead, that season kicked off a 34-year career as a ski instructor. The first few years, she would return during her winter
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Highstyle Profile

A legacy to hang your hat on

Mention the name Myles Rademan around town and you’ll hear a handful of different memories, achievements, and stories. A resident of Park City for over three decades, Myles founded Leadership Park City, a program that has fostered many movers and shakers in the community that is now in its 28th year. From 1989 to 2002,
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Highstyle Profile

A Park City smokejumper’s story

David Telian loved his job as a wildland firefighter. It had been his reality every summer since he graduated from high school in 2005. A confessed thrill-seeker who “can’t stand two days exactly the same,” he was tailor-made for the job. Growing up in a small, California mountain town near Yosemite National Park, he’d always
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Inspire

Park City resident works to be a positive role model

“My grandfather rode his horse into the Sangre de Cristo Mountains every morning to hunt or fish,” says Leo Garcia. “Whatever he caught was dinner. My grandmother skinned it and cooked it over a fire. We ate off the land.” Leo was raised in Monte Vista, Colorado by his Apache grandfather and Navajo grandmother —
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Features

Historic Park City hotel offers new drinking and dining options

The old Star Hotel, located on Main Street, has a history that dates back to 1889. Once a simple, cottage-style home, the hotel was added on in the 1920s. Over the years, the historic piece of property has changed hands many times, finally ending up under the wing of Aaron Hofmann, who purchased the building
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Features

Park City searches for balance in a busy mountain town

People have been migrating to Park City for thousands of years. And today, our bustling town exists because of the travelers and community members who are drawn by the area’s natural beauty. But to understand the present and look to the future, you must remember the past. Many forget that long before the Mormons migrated
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Park City programs provide healing with horses

Alejandra Lara grew up in the saddle, riding through the forests of southern Chile on her parents’ ranch near Temuco. “We lived amongst the Mapuche people, who teach that stones, animals, trees, forests, rivers — everything has a spirit,” says Alejandra. “I grew up asking permission to enter a forest, saying thank you to plants
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MountainStyle Living

A love letter to the power of song

The power of song has been a driving force for lifelong musician Ben Anderson, founder of the Park City Song Summit (PCSS), since he was a kid growing up in Gallatin, Tennessee. The self-professed “ham” remembers happily tagging along with his Southern Baptist father, a gospel recording artist who served as the church choir director,
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Features

Foraging at the Park City Farmers Market

When the weather warms, the lower parking area in Canyons Village morphs into a delightful sensory experience. Every Wednesday from mid-May to October from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Park City Farmers Market vendors fill the space with a rainbow of colors and smells — selling the best in local produce, baked goods, flowers, and
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