White pillows of freshly fallen snow, puffs of warm breath and joyful sounds of barking cut through the crisp mountain air. Today you are participating in a once in a lifetime experience, dog sledding with All Seasons Adventures.
As you approach the dog sled team you are greeted by Racer, an exceptional musher with a knack for his craft. The dogs gaze on in anticipation for another day of work. But unlike you and me, these svelte creatures LOVE what they do for a living. Our sled dogs live to sled and Racer treats these dogs like family.
After your family is introduced to the dogs you load in the sled. Imagine you are the cargo. In the Iditarod race the cargo is stored where you are sitting. A 350 pound weight limit ensures the musher and dogs aren’t over worked. Wearing your ski clothes, warm hat, gloves, winter boots and ski goggles or sunglasses will keep you comfortable. As anticipation grows, the dog’s energy escalates, eager to run!
Two by two the musher hooks up his team. Each dog has their own unique personality. A highlight of the trip is learning about each dog’s traits, guests always doting upon their favorite. Like a family, there sometimes are squabbles as they work out there differences. Once the team is harnessed the volume increases, the dogs know it’s time to run.
Your musher releases the snow hook and lets off the foot brake, in an instant the barking subsides. You are now feeling the full power of eight healthy huskies pulling with all their might. Gliding along in peace and tranquility; a bit of snow flies up! The dogs are really working and it’s common to get a little kick back of snow.
Completing the ride that took you through meadows, ancient stands of hardy Gamble Oak and aspens, through mountains with views of the towering ski runs at Deer Valley your musher steers the sled back to the start. The team is noticeably calmer, a serene look on each dogs face. Bowls of water and food are welcomed and the treats are met by happy dogs.
Dog sledding is a memorable experience for couples and families. Our dog sledding terrain is located 10 minutes from Historic Main Street, across from the base of Deer Valley’s Gondola. This experience books up well in advance so please call to make reservations.
If you would like to book a dog sledding adventure please contact our conceirge: (866)-966-5713 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also book directly by visiting: All Seasons Adventures or calling (435)-649-9619
Park City is a winter wonderland. While many come to Park City for the “Greatest Snow on Earth,” Park City Lodging understands that not everyone wants to ski or snowboard. We have compiled a list of some our favorite Park City winter activities that aren’t skiing or snowboarding.
1) Snowshoe Tours: Get the heart rate up and enjoy some aerobic exercise. Take in the scenic snowscapes of the backountry. Enjoy the quieter side of Park City’s mountains.
2) Winter Fly Fishing: For the avid angler who wants it all, why not add a day on the fly to your ski vacation? Explore one of Utah’s many blue ribbon fisheries and enjoy the sanctuary of uncrowded banks on a peaceful winter day.
3) Trap Shooting: Just 20 minutes from Park City, enjoy an afternoon of shooting clay pigeons from a rustic trap.
4) Dogsledding: A once in a lifetime experience for the whole family. Learn the ropes of dog sledding, meet the friendly (and furry) sled team, and take in the stunning mountain landscape. Hurry and book today, this highly sought after activity will sell out soon!
5) Sleigh Rides: Complete your mountain vacation with a classic horse-drawn sleigh ride.
6) Snowmobiling: Experience snowmobiling at its best in the Uinta National Forest. Explore on your own or take advantage of a guided tour on an almost unlimited amount of trails and meadows.
Utah Olympic Park was built in 2002 for the Olympics. It is still being used today to train future Olympians. Utah Olympic Park offers year-round adventure. From learning about the Park’s unique Olympic heritage on a guided tour to taking a ride of a lifetime on the Comet Bobsled Ride, Utah Olympic Park offers activities for all. 7) Bobsledding: Experience the thrill of a lifetime in a bobsled on the 2002 Olympics Sliding Track. A professional pilot will take three passengers on a thrilling ride down the track.
Utah Olympic Park was built in 2002 for the Olympics. It is still being used today to train future Olympians. Utah Olympic Park offers year-round adventure. From learning about the Park’s unique Olympic heritage on a guided tour to taking a ride of a lifetime on the Comet Bobsled Ride, Utah Olympic Park offers activities for all.
7) Bobsledding: Experience the thrill of a lifetime in a bobsled on the 2002 Olympics Sliding Track. A professional pilot will take three passengers on a thrilling ride down the track.
8) Ropes Course: Utah Olympic Park offers several ropes courses. Test your abilities across the traverses that include swinging elements, wire, logs, and other problem-solving features. Their advanced course will have participants 55 feet in air!
9) Zip Lining: Ever wondered what it was like to be an Olympic ski jumper? Strap in to the Extreme Zipline and go for an exhilarating ride above the K120 nordic jump. Take a friend or family member and fly alongside. This is one of the steepest ziplines in the world!
11) The Paint Mixer: The Paint Mixer is the newest venue for art entertainment and wine instruction located on lower Main Street. Bring your friends and family to follow step-by-step instruction to recreate a featured painting. It’s stress-free and absolutely no experience is necessary! Park City Lodging guests enjoy $5 off using code “PCLODGE”
12) Shop ‘Till You Drop:
13) Gorgoza Tubing Park: Offering seven lift-served tubing lanes; kid-friendly mini-snowmobiles; and the Fort Frosty play area, Gorgoza helps provide family adventures and memories that will last a lifetime.
14) Park City Film Series: Enjoy Park City’s only Art House Theater, presenting the best of independent feature, documentary, world, and local cinema.
Our Concierge Service team would love to help customize your stay here in Park City, Utah. We have partnered with the best in Park City to offer our guests fantastic activities, services and discounts.
From ski rentals and snowshoe tours to grocery delivery and dining reservations, we can help ensure you don’t miss a single exciting moment during your Park City vacation. For more concierge opportunities explore our website or mobile app. With so many possibilities let our experienced concierge team help make your vacation unforgettable!
When Bing Crosby sauntered out the lyrics “I’m dreaming of a white Christmas,” he perfectly described Park City, Utah during the holiday season. With copious amounts of Utah’s famous “champagne powder” and a Main Street that boasts something for everyone, Park City is the perfect winter escape for the whole family. Here are the top reasons to book a holiday vacation in Park City this winter.
What do you get when you combine the largest ski resort in the United States and the best ski resort in the United States? Park City, of course. When Park City and Canyons merged to become the largest ski resort in the United States, the resort added $50 million of improvements to create an unparalleled ski experience. Track fresh powder from one end to the other over 7,300 acres. Deer Valley Resort, located a mere 39 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport, was honored as the United States’ Best Ski Resort by the World Ski Award’s 2015 Ski Oscars. Discover first-class service over 21 chair lifts, 101 ski runs, and six bowls. With the option of not one, but two amazing ski resorts, your family will have the holiday vacation of a lifetime.
Last season, Park City received many of its legendary foot plus dumps of snow during the month of December. In fact, holiday visitors experienced two seventeen inch storms back to back. That’s almost 35 inches of snow in two days. Does skiing 159 inches of powder in December sound great to you? Come visit us in Park City.
Holiday roasts and eggnog, oh my! As much as we love all of the delicious holiday delicacies, you have to admit it’s a great way to pack on the pounds. Did you know that a typical day’s skiing can burn up to 3,000 calories… far more than a session at the gym? Go ahead and help yourself to seconds (or thirds.) Also, you can’t après ski until you ski. That High West Distillery hot toddy won’t drink itself. Check back soon for our favorite après spots in Park City.
What good is a family holiday vacation if everyone isn’t entertained? Park City is more than its two world-class ski resorts. Main Street offers more chefs per capita than Paris and endless adventures for the non-skier. Live out your dream of bobsledding at Utah’s Olympic Park, the official site of the 2002 Winter Olympics. Experience nightlife like never before at one of the dozen pubs, clubs or live music venues on Main Street. Staying on Main Street not your style? Park City’s free town-wide shuttle will take you from Canyons Village to Deer Valley Resort and everything in between.
Holiday season in Park City is the perfect time to escape from your busy life and spend time with family. Call our destination specialists now at to plan your perfect holiday getaway.
We have a hand-picked selection of accommodations and special deals that you won’t see anywhere else. We are your local lodging experts, check out our specials page for one a kind packages and how to make the most out of your holiday ski vacation. Discover homes and private condos steps from world-class skiing below.
Autumn in Park City, Utah. When the temperatures cool, the town begins to stir, and the mountain biking trails just keep getting better. While Park City is known for its two world class ski resorts and abundant nightlife, you’ll be remembering the pristine bike trails you left behind in the dust. Here are the top 5 reasons to bike Park City this fall.
1. Park City was named IMBA’s first gold-level Ride Center in the world. With over 450 miles of bike trails, there’s something here for everyone. Take a crack at Deer Valley Resort’s famous Tidal Wave flow trail or opt for the breathtaking Wasatch Crest Trail.
2. Fall is the perfect time to discover Park City via bike due to the fall foliage. With the turning of the oak and aspen tress, blurs of yellow and red dance along the mountain bike trails. Who thought Park City could get any more beautiful?
3. No one knows how to après-bike like Park City does. Outside Magazine named Park City the “Best Town Ever” in 2013 and we’re pretty sure it has to do with our unrivaled Main Street. Ride all day at Park City Mountain Resort and finish off with a flight of whiskey from High West Distillery. Bike-in/bike-out is the new ski-in/ski-out.
4. Mud season. Yes that’s really a reason. The off-season, as the locals lovingly refer to as mud season, means less people on the trails and more room for you. Enjoy the Mid-Mountain Trail like never before without the crowds or the rush.
5. Our Fall Colors Tour makes biking the autumn in Park City easier than ever before! Jans.com, Park City Lodging, Inc., and White Pine Touring have combined forces to create an incredible Fall Colors Touring package. First, choose your Fall Colors Tour provided by the pros at White Pine Touring. Second, find your home away from home with Park City Lodging, Inc. To complete your reservation please call our destination specialists at (855.277.6708). We will record the necessary information that White Pine Touring will need to set you up before your Fall Colors Tour.
Don’t miss your chance to see Park City in its most colorful state. Book our Fall Colors Tour today and ride among the foliage tomorrow.
With summer temperatures scorching elsewhere in the country, beat the heat this summer with a vacation to Park City. The moderate temperatures due to our breathtaking Wasatch Mountain Range make it possible to play outside all summer long and beat the heat in Park City.
Just 15 minutes from Park City, the Jordanelle Reservoir hosts 5.158 square miles of water, surrounded by gorgeous mountain views. A SUP provides a full body workout which has led to its popularity as a cross-training activity.
Jordanelle Rentals and Marina: 435-615-7397
This scenic drive is the gateway for many popular hikes overlooking both Park City and Big Cottonwood Canyon. The road isn’t plowed in the winter, making this a perfect summer and autumn escape from the heat.
There are multiple vantage points that will take your breath away along Guardsman. You can see Heber Valley, Snyderville Basin near Park City, and the Salt Lake Valley. Guardsman Pass is dog-friendly, so feel free to take Fido for a hike to the numerous lakes in the surrounding area.
Located within minutes of Park City, both the Provo River and the Weber River are blue-ribbon trout streams. Both rivers are home to healthy populations of brown and rainbow trout. Park City’s knowledgeable and enthusiastic Fly-fishing guides will ensure that you have a great excursion.
Guided Fly Fishing Tours with JANS: 435-649-4949
Make it a weekend getaway! We have a hand-picked selection of accommodations and special deals that you won’t see anywhere else. We are your local lodging experts, check out our specials page for one a kind packages and how to make the most of a long weekend and beat the heat in Park City!
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