Shred Fest! Need I say more.

Well, yes. Let me say more. As you can imagine the Park City and Salt Lake City area are big on winter sports. So big, even though we average hundreds and hundreds of inches of snow each winter, we can’t wait long enough and have to dump some snow in a park and play. That’s where shred fest comes in.… Read more →

Howl-O-Ween!

If you are a PC local or visitor there is no better place to be today than main street! Hundreds of people dress up their furry friends and have a parade up main street. It is a site to be seen! Here is the detailed schedule for the day: Halloween on Main Street 2019 Thursday October 31st, 2019 Schedule of… Read more →

Some new ski gear awards for 2020

As I mentioned in an earlier post, we will be covering new gear for the next few weeks. Each company has some great equipment and each journalist will have their own opinion about what is best. These following recommendation are just to get you familiar with some of the great new options for you this coming winter. The one I… Read more →

Where to ski in 2020

Outside magazine has published many stories over the years. As you can imagine, most are about the outdoors. The ones we are keeping an eye on more closely that the others are the ones that talk about the newest ski gear and the best places to ski. Both of those categories change from year to year and you need to… Read more →

It’s fall! Which means time for Pumpkin Beer

I know, this isn’t the normal direction our blogs take. But let’s be real, fall is all about pumpkin. Pumpkin beer, coffee, desserts, and yes: Spam. We could also discuss the changing colors, the first snows, resort opening dates but we have time for all of that later. The most important pumpkin concoction for me is the beer. There is… Read more →

Park City Wine Festival

If you are looking for something to do this weekend and don’t want to take advantage of the mountain biking or fall hiking that Park City has to offer then look no further! The Park City Wine Festival is a premier destination event where master winemakers, culinary greats and our distinguished guests gather to play, wine and dine in beautiful Park… Read more →

The Annual Scarecrow Festival is Back!

Every Year the McPolin Farm hosts a scarecrow building fundraiser. It’s a great opportunity to get outside and help a good cause. Here are some more details from the visit park city site. Scarecrow Festival is Back at the McPolin Farm! Event is Saturday, September 28th from 2 – 4 p.m. Scarecrows will be displayed on the trail for everyone… Read more →

Bill White Farm Stand

Description Each week, Bill White Farms has a local produce stand that can be visited by anyone during their open hours. They also hold fundraisers, events, film screenings and dinners for various causes. There are only two more weekends that they are open this season before closing for the winter, stop by while there is still time. Hours are: Fridays… Read more →

So you’ve decided to go on a ski vacation?

  Whether it’s a family trip, vacation with friends or you’re celebrating the last days of singlehood, you can never go wrong with a ski vacation. Especially if we are talking about a few days in the beautiful Park City, America’s largest ski resort destination. Here are our top 5 favorite ways to spend a winter in Park City, on… Read more →

Introducing Mayflower Mountain Resort

Mayflower Village Master Plan Concept Approved by Wasatch County Wasatch County planning officials recently approved the long-awaited master plan for Mayflower Village. The new base area will be called MAYFLOWER MOUNTAIN RESORT, and will introduce 900 new acres of mostly north facing ski terrain along with up to 7 proposed new lifts, creating a new east side entrance portal to Deer Valley® Resort. The village plan… Read more →