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Park City UT info...

Discussion in 'US - Western States Timesharing' started by Crafty71, Jan 20, 2019.

  1. Crafty71

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    Hello,

    We have a trip planned to Park City from Feb.28-Mar.8. We are staying at Wyndham Park City (just below the Canyons village).

    We are going for the skiing and other outdoor activities.

    Is there anything that is "not-to-be-missed", in your opinion.

    Any information that can be provided would be greatly appreciated.

    Cheers!
     
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    We are headed there too Kevin......but not until summer...

    Nonetheless I will be interested to read about your experiences - hope you enjoy your trip!
     
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    I enjoy visiting the Olympic Park that was built for the 2002 Winter Olympics. There is a small museum there as well as the possibility of watching athletes train. And if you are wanting to try out bobsledding, for a mere $175, you can accompany an athlete down the track.

    https://utaholympiclegacy.org/location/utah-olympic-park/

    I also enjoyed the small Park City museum that is in the very heart of downtown Park City. It is well done for the small space it occupies and you get a sense of the mining history of the area before it was developed into a ski resort.
     
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    We enjoyed going to the Olympic Stadium Park. You can take a tour of the park, there’s a small museum there, and while we were there some ski jumpers were practicing their jumps....amazing to watch!
     
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    If you don't have all your skiing booked at the Canyons, go for snowbird if you snowboard or Alta if you ski. If you are a real good skier Alta in little cottonwood canyon is a must. Today the mountains got dumped on, lots of snow this year in the mountains. If by chance we get a warming trend and PC gets slushy Alta won't be.
     
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    Check out the Homestead Crater in Midway (about 20 min away)
     
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    Check out our snow totals.....I live at the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon and I got almost 2 feet of snow, schools closed yesterday. The ski resorts around 50 inches the totals are great.

    In Park City i like going to Squatters or Wasatch Brewery. If you are a beer drinker and like dark beer Wasatch Polygamy Porter is a real good beer.
     
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    Utah's ski resort snow total just got another bump, today and more to come this week. Utah's snow is light and fluffy. You picked a good year.
     
  9. Crafty71

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    I am looking forward to it...I just hope the weather holds (it should...).

    In my three (3) previous "Out West" ski vacations, I have rarely experienced "Out West" conditions...

    Cheers!
     
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