Park Avenue 401

New Property: Park Avenue 401

Park City Lodging, Inc., premier provider of vacation rental and home management services, is excited to announce its newest property Park Avenue 401 for nightly rental.

About the Property: Park Avenue 401 is a 1600 square foot, 2.0 bathroom, single family home that’s sits on a 1,742 sqrft lot. Built in 1901 this property held onto its historical charm but features all modern appliances and decor. The main floor features dark rich wood floors and an inviting stone fireplace. The kitchen uses white granite countertops and white subway tile to create a breath taking cooking area. With dining for 6, guest can opt to dine in which is ideal for small groups and families. The guest bedroom is located on the first floor with a twin/twin bedding arrangement.

The master bedroom is located on the second floor with a king bed, 42” TV, and resting area for 2. The hallway leading to the Master bedroom nestles a trundle bed and reading nook. An entertainment system can be found nearby with a 36” TV. The shared master bath features his and her sinks, white granite counter tops, and stainless steel accents. The shower includes a beautiful white subway tile pattern, natural bench, and mason work accents.  Other amenities include private washer, dryer, and private parking for 2.

Our Opinion: We love this home nearly as much as we adore the location. With quick access to Main Street and Park City’s Town Lift, it’s possible for guests to ski onto Main Street via the Home Run ski trail. In the summer mountain biking is out your front door. For those looking more towards the R&R portion of the trip, Main Street features over 100 restaurants, bars, and art galleries. Not to forget Park Avenue 401 includes a private hot tub on the back deck.

Our Advice: Keep a close proximity to your computer/phone/tablet and book this property before it’s gone.

Contact our Reservation Staff at Park City Lodging for additional details or to book your next vacation | 844-656-1468


Park City Mountain Biking

Locals Guide: Park City Mountain Biking

While many adventurers flock to Park City in search of winter powder, summer thrill-seekers can find their fix on two wheels. Recently Park City mountain biking has received notable marks from IMBA,, and DirtRag Magazine for its impeccable trail quality. Most notably Park City was named the world’s first Gold-Level Certified Ride Center by IMBA. But why should this matter to you? The award reflects more than just the 400+ miles of trail, it represents quality lodging, restaurants, and post ride entertainment.

From cross country style single track to downhill bike parks the riding doesn’t get any better than Park City. From novice to pro everyone will have fun riding Park City. Here are a few of our favorite trails.


Park City Mountain Resort

Lift Service: Yes

Opening Date: May 27th

Bike Park: Yes

With two base areas Park City Mountain Resort has a wide range of trails. With access to the mid-mountain trail and the world famous Wasatch Crest trail, riders of all levels will find comfort riding near the Park City Base Area and Canyons Village. If you are looking for a quality bike park head over to Canyons Village and take the Red Pine Gondola to the Red Pine Area where you will find huge berms, wood features fast flow trails. Trails are broken up between beginner, intermediate, and expert much like ski trails marked with green, blue, and black markers. Novice riders should start on White Rabbit and Flying Salmon before tackling a big trail like Double Down. Expect a few mandatory drops and heart-pounding airs.


Deer Valley Resort

Lift Service: Yes

Opening Date: June 17th

Flow Trails: Yes

Last summer Deer Valley Resort made headlines with the addition of its intermediate flow trail, Tidal Wave. Tidal Wave contains berms, rollers and jumps that will thrill cyclists of all experience levels. Cyclists can access the Mid-Mountain Trail or explore technical trails like Fire Swamp or Aspen Slalom thanks to Deer Valley Resort’s extensive lift service.


Looking for a little more burn?

Take advantage of some of Park City’s challenging—and cheaper—mountain biking options. One local favorite is the Park City town loop that covered seven miles of glorious trail. Start off Lowell Avenue and head to the Sweeney Switchbacks toward the top of the Town Lift. Drop into John’s Trail, which will test your technical skills and offer a challenge. Finalize your ride with a climb onto the Gravedigger’s Trail before heading back into town.

When planning a mountain biking vacation to Park City, make sure to visit Park City Lodging for your rental needs. With locations at both Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resort, you’re sure to find your own biker’s paradise.

POV Tour: Canyons Village to Park City Base Area

Over the summer Park City invested over $50 million into capital improvements like the Quick Silver Gondola, Miner’s Camp Restaurant, along with additional lift and snowmaking improvements. The most noticeable change is the Quick Silver gondola providing a connection between what was two separate ski resorts. Now under one moniker Canyons and Park City Mountain Resort are simply Park City. Skiers and snowboarders can now make their way from one base area to the other. Many of us have read the stats and have seen the new trail map. It begs the question, is it really possible to ski from one base area to the other and how long would that take? Last weekend the curiosity got the better of me and I started out on an adventure to find out.

My plan was not to just make it from one base area to the other but ski some of my favorite runs and document all the chairs that I took along the way. My Route was: Orange Bubble Express to Sun Peak Express, Sun Peak Express to Tombstone, Tombstone to Ninety-Nine 90 Express, Ninety-Nine 90 Express to Peak 5, Peak 5 to Dreamscape, Dreamscape to Iron Mountain, Iron Mountain to Quicksilver Gondola, Quick Silver Gondola to Silverlode Express, Silverlode Express to Motherlode Express, Motherlode Express to Thaynes, AND finally Thaynes to McConkey’s.

On the way back I took Pioneer to Quicksilver, Quicksilver to Timberline, Timberline to Tombstone Express, Tombstone Express to Saddleback Express, Saddleback Express to Short Cut, Short Cut to Orange Bubble Express for one final run. In total I skied 19,724 vertical feet and it took me about 3.5 hours to ski from the Sun Peak Express to McConkeys and back.

If you are planning a trip to Park City make sure to check out Park City Lodging, Inc.’s large selection of vacation rentals near the Canyons Village and Park City Base Area to maximize your time on the hill and lodging comfort.