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Summer is winding down, but there’s still time to savor the season. From invigorating relay races to enthralling art festivals, here are five of our favorite end-of-summer adventures in and around Park City. 

GET YOUR MOUNTAIN FIX - Purchase an Adventure Pass to get last-minute, end-of-summer access to the Park City Mountain’s Adventure Park. Through the end of September, you can take on the awesome Alpine Slide, trek the peaceful hiking trails, play a round of mini golf or master the rock-climbing wall. 

RUN LIKE CRAZY HERE - Gather a few friends and take part in the new Ragnar Salt Lake City Sunset, a one-day event taking place Sept 28. A four-person relay team will start at This Is The Place Heritage Park and, basically, try to outrun the sun on a

So, you’ve got a new place—time to celebrate! Welcome friends and family into your fresh digs with a housewarming party. Here, we spotlight five tips for throwing a fun, stress-free fête that will help you and your guests feel at home in your new abode.

CHOOSE A THEME - There are many ways to make your party stand out. Invite friends over for a Paint-a-Room Party, it’s a fun way to give your new walls some color—just make sure to offer your hard-working guests great food and drinks for their efforts. If your move-in date is in the spring or summer, go with a Garden Party theme, and ask attendees to help plant a few new bulbs and send them home with succulents or seed packets. Or, tap into your friends’ creative brains with a Design a Room party, where

Our picks of places to go and things to do to make the most of your month in and around Park City.

LOOK UP HERE - This is an unforgettable late summer spectacle without compare. Over the weekend of September 14 and 15, Autumn Aloft gathers from 8-10am in the North 40 Fields and launches dozens of hot air balloons into the Park City sky. Spectators can drink coffee, play games and take in the show. On Saturday evening, the hot air balloon baskets line Main Street and light up the street. 

FEEL PEACHY HERE - Get your fruit fix at Brigham City Peach Days, where you can indulge in peach pies, fresh jam and much more. Stick around for the Peach Queen Beauty Pageant and cheer as the peach parade rolls through Brigham City’s streets. 


Keeping our lives and homes organized is truly a never-ending challenge—but there are ways to make the task slightly less daunting. In addition to providing a sense of calm, an uncluttered space lets your home’s interesting design features shine and architectural elements breathe. Here, we spotlight four tips to create a tidier home (and a peaceful mind). 

INVEST IN A LABEL MAKER - One key element to getting (and staying) organized is having a place for everything and putting everything in its place. This process becomes easier when areas are clearly marked. Plus, if  your home doesn’t have a labeled spot for an item—maybe you don't need it!

BE A MINIMALIST - Stop clutter before it starts by ascribing to a more minimalist lifestyle. Before making a purchase

You can’t experience a Park City summer without savoring Utah’s most delectable, colorful and juicy farm-fresh fruits and veggies. Whether browsing the local vendors at the farmers’ market, stopping at a roadside fruit stand or taste testing raspberries smoothies, here are our top picks of places to shop and dine fresh in and around Park City.  

PARK SILLY SUNDAY MARKET - A summer visit to Park City isn’t complete without a fun-filled day at The Park Silly Sunday, held every Sunday from 10am to 5pm on Historic Main Street. The eco-friendly, open-air market and street festival celebrates the community, featuring 150 vendors, farmers, children’s activities and live entertainment. Delicious locally grown produce, gourmet food, local cheeses and breads

Our picks of places to go and things to do to make the most of your month in and around Park City.

CELEBRATE ART HERE - Running through Sunday, August 4, The Park City Kimball Arts Festival is celebrating its 50th Anniversary among the top-ranked art festivals in the country. The three-day event celebrates art in all forms and is the Kimball Art Center’s largest fundraiser. The outdoor event takes place along historic Main Street and features fun-filled events for the whole family, including kids’ and teens’ art stations and live musical acts. This year’s event set a festival record, receiving more than 1,000 artist applications. 

PLAY FAIR HERE - Nothing says summer like a traditional, small-town county fair. This year’s Summit County Fair and

Summer evenings in Park City are best spent outdoors, whether enjoying an intimate dinner around the fire or a large-scale gathering of family and friends. From cocktails and pool games to the ultimate outdoor venue, here is some inspo to help make your next summer BBQ an affair to remember. 

Take A Two-Pronged Approach - Cocktails in the garden, dinner by the pool—who says you have to limit yourself to one location? At 2200 E. Walker Lane, there’s ample opportunity for large-scale entertaining, from stunning gardens with water features to the expansive pool terrace. The six-bedroom, 9,425-square-foot home also features a pool house with BBQ, kitchen and fireplace, the perfect place for both cooking and gathering. While the pool’s water slide is sure to

As a four-season mountain destination, Park City offers the ultimate outdoor lifestyle all year long, from the snowy slopes of winter to the sundrenched trails of summer. Here, we spotlight five ways to maximize your outdoor living space, so you can make the most of Park City’s stunning great outdoors. 

Heat It Up - A hot tub is a must in Park City and the number one home amenity requested by guests and visitors. Whether needing to soak sore muscles after a day of adventure, or simply unwind under the stars, cool, mountain air makes every evening ideal for a dip in the spa. The hot tub at 2755 Telemark Drive is situated for absolute privacy and to capture views of the surrounding nature. Placed under the cover of the terrace above, the spa can be enjoyed

From the rolling trails of Uinta National Forest to the calm shores of the Jordanelle Reservoir, these five studios, clubs and outfitters are out to get your muscles moving. Whatever your fitness fancy—high-energy HIIT classes or a long ride out on the trails—Park City’s offerings will get your heart rate rocking. 

THE BEAU COLLECTIVE - Known as “BeauCo” to locals, this studio gets you to commit to 12 weeks of consistent 45-minute HIIT workouts—always with the same instructor and group of participants. It may seem strict, but BeauCo’s methods build community, camaraderie and expeditiously track progress. 

BASIN RECREATION FIELDHOUSE - A true one-stop-shop for all kinds of athletes, the 87,000-square-foot Basin Recreation Fieldhouse is stocked with a range

With soaring mountain peaks, 7,300 acres of skiable terrain, 400 miles of scenic hiking and mountain biking trails, and a thriving culinary and cultural scenes, Park City is a playground for all seasons. If you’re looking to live the mountain life full time or seasonally, here are four exceptional new construction homes meant for making the most of this world-class, mountain destination. 

9377 RAVEN WAY - Situated on ten picturesque acres in the exclusive gated community The Preserve, this 9,291-square-foot home is surrounded by aspen trees and far-reaching mountain views, located ten minutes from world-class skiing, trails, shopping, restaurants, schools and nightlife. A stunning open floor plan includes five bedrooms and seven baths, while a separate