Park City Snow Fun – Off-the-Slopes Itinerary

Park City Snow Fun – Off-the-Slopes Itinerary

Park City’s resorts are truly paradise for skiers and snowboarders, but there is also a lot of fun to be had in the snow off the slopes, as well. Whether you’re a die hard taking off a morning or afternoon, or a non-skier or visiting with kids or others who don’t ski, there are lots of options to get outside and enjoy crisp mountain air and playing in the snow.

Park City Lodging’s concierge services team can help you plan your off-slope adventures before your stay, or on the fly if you get here and find your plans changing. Some ideas for fun off the slopes in the itinerary below:

Day 1 – Start off your trip with the not-to-be-missed Utah Olympic Park. The UOP hosted the sliding and Nordic ski jumping and Nordic combined events in the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, and it remains a vibrant and exciting international training and competition venue. Feel the thrill of it all riding the Winter Extreme Zipline or challenging yourself on the Winter Summit Course. For those age 16+ the most authentic Olympic sensation is the Winter Bobsled Experience. You can make a full day of it with a guided tour and the engaging Quinney Welcome Center & Museums, grabbing lunch in the Café.

Day 2 – Brand new this year and certain to become a wildly popular part of the Park City experience, Woodward Park City is a world-class, year-round action sports destination. There’s something to do for everyone, all day and into the evening including lift-served tubing and indoor trampoline.

Day 3 – Check out the miles and miles of trails in and surrounding Park City, on foot, skis, snowshoes or even fat bikes. White Pine Touring Nordic Center offers groomed Nordic tracks for both classic and skate skiing. The Center is conveniently located in town and offers cross country ski tuning, rental equipment and lessons, making it convenient and easy for all ages and ability levels.

All Seasons Adventures guides snowshoeing tours customized to your interest and ability. They provide the snowshoes and poles and the local area expertise you need to enjoy an aerobic workout or just a peaceful outing in the woods.

Here in Park City we love our bikes, all year long. Long-time local mountain recreation experts, Jans offers fat bike rentals in the winter. Bikes with fat tires are a great way to explore the trails in the area, and another, fun way to commute around town.

Day 4 – If you really want to get cover a lot of ground and get into the wilderness, there’s nothing like the rush of snowmobiling. Daniels Summit is a short drive and a world away for 40 miles of groomed trails and amazing adventure. They offer guided and self-guided tours, and limitless fun.

If non-motorized is more your style, Rocky Mountain Outfitters offers horse-drawn sleigh rides through the beautiful countryside. Make it a romantic ride with just you and your sweetheart, or a festive group ride with the kids; either way it’s certain to be a delightful, lasting memory.

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Published on Wednesday, December 11, 2019