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Protect Our Winters monthly newsletter

An excerpt from the most recent publication of POW: There is no better time than now to create a just carbon neutral future. We are seeing global large scale change is possible and can happen quickly. We are experiencing roughly an 8 percent decline in emissions around the world, (largest emission declines since the 2008 financial crisis and WWII). That is some incredible… Read more →

Spring Gruv

Park City shines in spring and it’s all yours to soak in during Spring Grüv. Under bluebird skies, you’re invited to feel the beat of concerts on the village stage, join a deck party at Pink Park City, test your creativity at the annual Pond Skimming Competition and so much more. Redefine your spring break at this springtime celebration. For more… Read more →

Sundance!

Since the New York Times knows way more about this stuff than I do I thought you would prefer some information right from them instead of me struggling through to make sense of it all. So here it is straight from the experts mouth. Sundance Gets Real, With a Lineup of Newsy Films for 2020 The 118 feature-length movies selected… Read more →

Get ready for holiday travel

1: Do your research. Plan alternative trips if traffic makes your way home too overwhelming. Is there a scenic drive that might be longer but have less traffic? Break up a long drive by finding a few places to stop that will get the kids more excited than a truck rest stop. When flying, make sure you check the airline’s… Read more →

December Upcoming Events, Park City

As we welcome in a new winter season, it’s always great to see the events hosted here in Park City. Whether it’s a local get together, international competition, or seeing Santa come down Town Lift, there’s no shortage of fun to be had. This week we highlight some of those amazing events that take place during December. Park Silly Holiday… Read more →

What to wear on your ski trip

There are a lot of articles out there to help you figure out what to bring on your ski trip. From clothing, to ski equipment to things to pass the time when you can’t be on the slopes. Todays focus is on the clothing, because as we all know, there is no reason to bring your skis, Black Tie has… Read more →

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 →