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Visit These Park City Businesses on Main Street

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Park City BusinessesHome to countless shops, restaurants and galleries, Park City’s vibrant Main Street is truly the hub of our posh mountain town. With a goal of always staying trendy, change is perpetual as new Park City businesses revitalize historic buildings. During your visit, check out some of Main Street’s latest offerings.

O.P. Rockwell

A music hall with “outlaw roots,” O.P. Rockwell has already had success in attracting national acts to downtown Main Street with a trendy, upscale vibe that invokes thoughts of the town’s history.

While taking in a concert, or on any night of the week, grab a drink at O.P. Rockwell’s speakeasy-style cocktail lounge. The classic leather couches and low ambient lighting will take you back to the building’s 1889 roots as a popular dance hall.

Upcoming shows at O.P. Rockwell


Quickly becoming the town’s hot spot, Fletchers provides a great atmosphere for dinner, drinks, or both. Fletcher’s tagline “Eat. Drink. Lounge” perfectly sums up the mood of one of the newest Park City businesses.

Chef Scott Boberek has put together a varied menu of delicious small and large plates that combined with a tantalizing cocktail list are great for unwinding after a day on the slopes. Checking out the downstairs Library Lounge with its comfy couches is highly recommended.

The Parkite Building

Newly renovated, this Main Street building formerly known as the Main Street Mall has reopened as a new shopping hub, home to a number of Park City businesses.

Lululemon, UGG boots, Robin’s Jean and ski apparel shop Gorsuch are the Park City businesses headlining the Parkite’s offerings, giving it a classy vibe that has attracted visitors and locals alike. As you peruse Main Street’s many shopping options, make sure to include the Parkite on your list.

Grace Clothiers

High fashion has come to Park City with the opening of Grace Clothiers at 751 Main Street. Owner Laura Montecot-Furth, a veteran of the retail industry, opened the boutique last month with the goal of selling clothes appropriate for Park City that would still be fashionable in New York and Los Angeles.

With trendy offerings for both men and women at an affordable price, Grace Clothiers provides a personal shopping experience that isn’t to be missed.

As you make plans to check out these new Park City businesses, use Park City Lodging to find the perfect place to stay. We have properties on Main Street within walking distance of all of its shops and restaurants, as well as offerings at all three resorts. Let us help you plan an amazing vacation!

Photo credit: Nicole Campbell

Where to Rent a Fatbike in Park City

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FatbikeWant to explore the winter wonderland surrounding Park City without having to buy a lift ticket? Consider renting a fatbike – an exciting outdoor activity that is rapidly growing in popularity.

Fatbikes are bicycles with oversized tires, allowing them to travel easily over snowy trails, and have even been ridden all the way to the South Pole!

We’re far from Antarctica, but Park City also boasts a vast network of trails, many of which are open to fatbike riding in the winter. Hop on a fatbike and see a side of Park City that many visitors never do.

Where to Rent a Fatbike

Fatbikes are available for rental from a number of locations in Park City, including Jans and All Seasons Adventures. To be sure that your fatbike will be ready for you, make a reservation in advance.

Jans: (800) 745-1020

All Seasons: (435) 649-9619

Where to Ride Your Fatbike

Park City has miles of free trails perfect for fatbike riding. Jans recommends starting on the Rail Trail, a groomed trail that connects with the Round Valley Nordic Area. From there you can connect to Round Valley and explore the area. If you’re more adventurous, you can check out the ungroomed Glenwild trail network, riding in the paths left behind by hikers and snowshoers.

For more information on where to take your fatbike, check with the rental shops or consult the Mountain Trails Foundation winter trail map.

Park City Fatbike Tours

One of the best ways to get acquainted with a fatbike is on a guided tour. All Seasons Adventures is offering guided tours this winter that are perfect for active bikers and casual vacationers alike. Give All Seasons a call to make your tour reservation and learn how to get the most out of your fatbike under their expert tutelage.

Park City Lodging is a corporate member and official destination partner of the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA). As an IMBA member, we are proud to promote Park City as one of the best mountain biking destinations in the world. Come get a taste of our trails on a fatbike in the winter and return in the summer to check out all that the mountains have to offer to cyclists!

As you plan your fatbike adventure in Park City, use Park City Lodging to find a convenient place to stay. We have properties all over the Park City area, including at all three resorts and on downtown Main Street.

Photo credit: Anthony DeLorenzo

Meet the Park City Snowboard Team

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Park City Snowboard TeamWith its three great resorts and thousands of acres of amazing snow, Park City has become the home base for a number of competitive skiers and snowboarders of all ages. One of the most prominent training clubs is the Park City Snowboard Team, which attracts some of the most talented up-and-coming snowboarders in the country to Park City each year.

The Park City Snowboard Team offers a number of different programs for children starting at age 9, with a goal of developing their freestyle snowboarding skills and eventually preparing them for local, regional and even national competitions.

If your child is interested in competitive snowboarding, check out the Park City Snowboard Team’s offerings.

Park City Snowboard Team Programs

Full-Time Program: This program is for riders ages 13+ committed to taking their riding to the next level. There is a focus on skill development, and if desired, improvement to compete at local, regional and national competitions.

Competition Team: For riders ages 12+ with advanced freestyle skills, this program focuses on perfecting tricks and runs for use in competitions. Riders in this program compete in local/regional events and are also introduced to national events when time allows.

Junior Competition Program: This program is for riders ages 9-13 with freestyle fundamentals who want to reach the next level. The focus is one developing advanced skills to become great all-around riders. Athletes are encouraged to compete locally with the possibility of qualifying for nationals.

Development Team: For ages 9+, this program is for riders who want to develop their freestyle skills all over the mountain. The focus is on building skills and having fun – there is no pressure to compete!

King of the Wasatch Competition

One event that the Park City Snowboard Team includes on its calendar every year is the famed King of the Wasatch competition at Park City Mountain Resort.

Each year riders from around the USASA Big Mountain West and Intermountain Divisions come together at PCMR for a weekend of competitions in slopestyle, rail jam and halfpipe events.

Even for the non-competitive riders, this is a great opportunity to come out and watch some of the up-and-comers in the sport. The 2015 King of the Wasatch competition was held Jan. 15-18 – make sure to mark your calendar for the 2016 edition.

If you’re coming to Park City to visit your child on the Park City Snowboard Team or to watch the King of the Wasatch competition, use Park City Lodging to find the perfect place to stay. We have properties all over Park City, including at Park City Mountain Resort and on Main Street downtown. Let us help you plan your visit!

Come See the 2015 US Snowboarding and Freeskiing Grand Prix

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US Snowboarding and Freeskiing Grand PrixBe here when the best extreme skiers and snowboarders descend on Park City next month for the finale of the 2015 US Snowboarding and Freeskiing Grand Prix.

The Grand Prix tour will stop at Park City Mountain Resort from Feb. 27-March 1 and will feature the top American skiers and snowboarders competing in both the halfpipe and slopesyle disciplines.

Sochi Olympics gold medalists and Park City natives Sage Kotsenburg and Joss Christensen highlight this year’s competition, and past Grand Prix champions include Shaun White, Louie Vito, Gretchen Bleiler and Kelly Clark.

If the chance to see these amazing athletes throw down insane tricks on PCMR’s famed Eagle Superpipe and King’s Crown terrain park isn’t enough, here’s the best part: admission is FREE!

The US Snowboarding and Freeskiing Grand Prix action heats up at night, so hit the slopes yourself during the day at one of Park City’s three great resorts and then head over to PCMR when the lifts close.


Halfpipe: Snowboarders and skiers launch themselves off the sides of a giant man-made halfpipe performing tricks in the air that include flips and as many as four full twists! Competitors are judged on how much air they get, the difficulty of their tricks and their execution.

Slopestyle: Snowboarders and skiers ride down a terrain-park style course that features a number of jumps, rails and other features. Competitors are judged by their air, execution, degree of difficulty and their overall run.

Event Schedule


  • Snowboarding Slopestyle Finals
  • Freeskiing Slopestyle Finals


  • Snowboarding Halfpipe Finals


  • Freeskiing Halfpipe Finals


If you’re coming to Park City for the 2015 US Snowboarding and Freeskiing Grand Prix, use Park City Lodging to find the perfect place to stay. We have properties located at Park City Mountain Resort and in the nearby downtown area, as well as at Deer Valley and Canyons which both offer convenient free bus transport to PCMR. Let us help you plan a great vacation!

Keep the Day Alive with Park City Night Skiing

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We’re in the time of the year when the sun goes down a little earlier than most of us would like, but fortunately, Park City night skiing is an option for all who venture to our amazing town. Park City Mountain Resort opened up for night skiing in late December and will be open for the duration of the season. That means you can start on the slopes in the morning and ski until 8 p.m. every night. Don’t miss out on this chance to experience the stars and the slopes with some exhilarating Park City night skiing.

Park City Mountain Resort will have three lifts, three runs, and a terrain park open nightly until the end of ski season. The three lifts that will be operational until 8 p.m. are PayDay, First Time and 3 Kings. This means that Park City night skiers will be able to enjoy three different runs (PayDay, First Time and Turtle Trail), as well as 3 Kings Terrain Park. Whether you want to take an exciting run down one of the three slopes or show off some tricks at the terrain park, Park City Mountain Resort provides that opportunity after the sun goes down.

When you’re finished with your night skiing, you will still be able to grab a bite to eat at one of the fine restaurants in Park City. From sun up to sun down, Park City has all aspects of your vacation covered!

Whether you’re in town to do some Park City night skiing or you prefer to hit the slopes during the day, Park City Lodging has the perfect place for you to stay. With vacation rental properties at Deer Valley Resort, Park City Mountain Resort, and Canyons Resort, we have every corner of the town covered. Our vacation rentals can also host a party of any size, whether you are in Park City for a romantic getaway or for a big group retreat.

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