Olivia’s guidebook

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Olivia’s guidebook

City/town information

Small Ski town , Retired mining town. A town full of history that has left many memories of the times past all around us. Park city is what I like to call a Natural Museum .
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Park City
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Small Ski town , Retired mining town. A town full of history that has left many memories of the times past all around us. Park city is what I like to call a Natural Museum .
wonderful resort, amazing places to eat, stunning hikes to waterfalls, trail rides, pottery class, silver smithing and much more ! Just 45 minutes from Park City!
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Sundance
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wonderful resort, amazing places to eat, stunning hikes to waterfalls, trail rides, pottery class, silver smithing and much more ! Just 45 minutes from Park City!

Food scene

Healthy options , try their smoothies and fresh pressed juices
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Harvest
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Healthy options , try their smoothies and fresh pressed juices
Good quality food
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Twisted Fern
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Good quality food
Amazing modern chicken n waffles!
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Five5eeds
1600 Snow Creek Dr
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Amazing modern chicken n waffles!
amazing fresh pastas and the best artichoke dip with focaccia.
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Versante Hearth + Bar
2346 Park Ave
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amazing fresh pastas and the best artichoke dip with focaccia.
great brunch and great ambiance on Main Street
The Brick Restaurant and Bar
508 Main Street
great brunch and great ambiance on Main Street
Fresh Mediterranean food
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Nosh
1890 Bonanza Drive
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Fresh Mediterranean food
great meat! A good place for business dinners.
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Riverhorse on Main
540 Main Street
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great meat! A good place for business dinners.
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Handle
136 Heber Avenue
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great place for breakfast in prime location
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The Eating Establishment
317 Main Street
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great place for breakfast in prime location
Purple Sage
434 Main Street
Cafe Terigo is probably my favorite place to eat in Park City. house made ricotta, the best caesar salad, house made risotto, fresh pastas and more! They have the cutest patio with trees and lights!
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Café Terigo
424 Main Street
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Cafe Terigo is probably my favorite place to eat in Park City. house made ricotta, the best caesar salad, house made risotto, fresh pastas and more! They have the cutest patio with trees and lights!
Amazing home made pasta
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Cortona
1612 West Ute Boulevard
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Amazing home made pasta
Fast casual
Vessel Kitchen
Fast casual
Great food and wonderful ambience at the St. Regis Deer Valley. I recommend truffle pizza, filet mignon and kiwi cocktail! Call before to get direction of the guest entrance . The maps usually takes you to a private entrance that you drive all the way up to and then have to go back around .
RIME | Seafood + Steak
2300 Deer Valley Drive East
Great food and wonderful ambience at the St. Regis Deer Valley. I recommend truffle pizza, filet mignon and kiwi cocktail! Call before to get direction of the guest entrance . The maps usually takes you to a private entrance that you drive all the way up to and then have to go back around .
good sushi on main
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Yuki Yama Sushi
586 Main Street
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good sushi on main
Great place to work and have a coffee or a tea ! Some good lunch and breakfast items too!
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Ritual Chocolate - Park City Cafe
1105 Iron Horse Drive
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Great place to work and have a coffee or a tea ! Some good lunch and breakfast items too!
Bookstore, coffee, tea on Main Street!
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Atticus Coffee, Books & Teahouse
738 Main Street
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Bookstore, coffee, tea on Main Street!

Sightseeing

Highlights: Easily choose between short loops and longer loops, extremely dog-friendly Trailhead: North Round Valley Trailhead, Old Ranch Road Trailhead, Trailside Park, Round Valley Trailhead Level: Easy-Moderate Distance: Varies More Information: Map These short fun paths dip and dive their way around the Round Valley Protected Open Space. The motto here is “choose your own adventure,” as you’re sure to come to plenty of forks in the road and break-off directionals. As an added bonus, your dog will absolutely love it here, as they’re allowed to be off-leash throughout the park. credit:stayparkcity.com
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Round Valley Way Trailhead
3160 Round Valley Way
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Highlights: Easily choose between short loops and longer loops, extremely dog-friendly Trailhead: North Round Valley Trailhead, Old Ranch Road Trailhead, Trailside Park, Round Valley Trailhead Level: Easy-Moderate Distance: Varies More Information: Map These short fun paths dip and dive their way around the Round Valley Protected Open Space. The motto here is “choose your own adventure,” as you’re sure to come to plenty of forks in the road and break-off directionals. As an added bonus, your dog will absolutely love it here, as they’re allowed to be off-leash throughout the park. credit:stayparkcity.com
Highlights: Lots of tree cover, good views of the Park City valley Trailhead: Silver Star Lift Level: Moderate Distance: Varies depending on route. Typically about 3-5 miles More Information: Armstrong Map This relatively new trail is the perfect go-to for hot summer days. Begin at the Silver Star lift and wind your way up through the tall aspens and picturesque evergreens. On your way to the top, you’ll pass a few ski runs and the base of the King Con lift before reaching a clearing with a phenomenal view of the town. Along the way, you can choose between two shorter loop options: Dawns and H.A.M. Or, head to the top and continue on to the mid-mountain trail and down the Spiro Trail. This trail is ideal for hikers, as it’s limited to uphill bike traffic only. The best part of this trail, hands down, is that it starts and ends near the Silver Star Café, and there’s nothing better than celebrating a hike with a well-deserved post-hike beer and a delicious meal. credit:stayparkcity.com
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Armstrong Trail
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Highlights: Lots of tree cover, good views of the Park City valley Trailhead: Silver Star Lift Level: Moderate Distance: Varies depending on route. Typically about 3-5 miles More Information: Armstrong Map This relatively new trail is the perfect go-to for hot summer days. Begin at the Silver Star lift and wind your way up through the tall aspens and picturesque evergreens. On your way to the top, you’ll pass a few ski runs and the base of the King Con lift before reaching a clearing with a phenomenal view of the town. Along the way, you can choose between two shorter loop options: Dawns and H.A.M. Or, head to the top and continue on to the mid-mountain trail and down the Spiro Trail. This trail is ideal for hikers, as it’s limited to uphill bike traffic only. The best part of this trail, hands down, is that it starts and ends near the Silver Star Café, and there’s nothing better than celebrating a hike with a well-deserved post-hike beer and a delicious meal. credit:stayparkcity.com
Highlights: Long mountain trail, plenty of access points Trailhead (s): Silver Lake Village Deer Valley, Top of the Town Lift, Top of Pay Day, Red Pine Gondola Level: Easy to Hard Distance: 1-23 miles More Information: Map Also located at the ski resorts, the Mid-Mountain trail stretches 23 miles from Deer Valley, through Park City Mountain and Canyons, to just above the Utah Olympic Park. Tackle rolling hills through trees and across ski runs as you discover new views around every corner, all while hovering around 8,000 feet of elevation. And don’t fret, you can hike just a section of it if you’re not in the mood for a 23-mile hike. credit:stayparkcity.com
Mid Mountain Trail
Highlights: Long mountain trail, plenty of access points Trailhead (s): Silver Lake Village Deer Valley, Top of the Town Lift, Top of Pay Day, Red Pine Gondola Level: Easy to Hard Distance: 1-23 miles More Information: Map Also located at the ski resorts, the Mid-Mountain trail stretches 23 miles from Deer Valley, through Park City Mountain and Canyons, to just above the Utah Olympic Park. Tackle rolling hills through trees and across ski runs as you discover new views around every corner, all while hovering around 8,000 feet of elevation. And don’t fret, you can hike just a section of it if you’re not in the mood for a 23-mile hike. credit:stayparkcity.com
Highlights: Ski area views, phenomenal aspen groves Trailhead: Bear Hollow Drive Level: Moderate Distance: 1-4 miles Starting at Bear Hollow Drive, this popular trail winds up the south side of the Utah Olympic Park. The wide smooth trail gradually works it’s way up through aspens and pines giving you glimpses of the surrounding resorts along the way. Plan an out-and-back or continue on to meet up with the Mid-Mountain Trail or Ambush Trail.
Rob’s Trail
2520 Bear Hollow Drive
Highlights: Ski area views, phenomenal aspen groves Trailhead: Bear Hollow Drive Level: Moderate Distance: 1-4 miles Starting at Bear Hollow Drive, this popular trail winds up the south side of the Utah Olympic Park. The wide smooth trail gradually works it’s way up through aspens and pines giving you glimpses of the surrounding resorts along the way. Plan an out-and-back or continue on to meet up with the Mid-Mountain Trail or Ambush Trail.
Highlights: Fun short hike with views of both Heber Valley and the town of Park City Trailhead: PC Hill Trailhead Level: Moderate Distance: 1.3 miles This short hike gets you some serious elevation fast. On the outskirts of town, opposite Park City Mountain Resort, this hike summits the hill with the giant white “PC” on it. Once you get to the top, take in the 360-degree view of the valleys and all the Park City resorts. If you’re looking for the perfect photo and don’t have the time for a full-fledged hike, this is the place to go.
PC Hill Trailhead
Highlights: Fun short hike with views of both Heber Valley and the town of Park City Trailhead: PC Hill Trailhead Level: Moderate Distance: 1.3 miles This short hike gets you some serious elevation fast. On the outskirts of town, opposite Park City Mountain Resort, this hike summits the hill with the giant white “PC” on it. Once you get to the top, take in the 360-degree view of the valleys and all the Park City resorts. If you’re looking for the perfect photo and don’t have the time for a full-fledged hike, this is the place to go.
Highlights: Picturesque views of the Cottonwood Canyons and Park City from the top of the mountains Trailhead: Guardsmans Pass, Lower Big Water Trailhead- Millcreek Level: Moderate Distance: 16 miles Boasting some of the best views of any hike in the Wasatch, this trail travels along the peaks of Park City’s ridgeline. From the top, you’ll get phenomenal views looking down into Big Cottonwood Canyon on one side and the town of Park City on the other. Set up a shuttle and hike it from point to point or plan an out and back. This is hands down the way to see the best views in the area and it’s worth the long hike.
Wasatch Crest Trailhead
13552 Guardsman Pass Rd, Salt Lake City, UT 84121 Guardsman Pass Road
Highlights: Picturesque views of the Cottonwood Canyons and Park City from the top of the mountains Trailhead: Guardsmans Pass, Lower Big Water Trailhead- Millcreek Level: Moderate Distance: 16 miles Boasting some of the best views of any hike in the Wasatch, this trail travels along the peaks of Park City’s ridgeline. From the top, you’ll get phenomenal views looking down into Big Cottonwood Canyon on one side and the town of Park City on the other. Set up a shuttle and hike it from point to point or plan an out and back. This is hands down the way to see the best views in the area and it’s worth the long hike.