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HIT THE LINKS HERE - Among Park City’s most desirable neighborhoods, Thaynes Canyon is located just minutes from downtown and less than an hour from the Salt Lake City International Airport. Many of Thaynes Canyon’s coveted homes overlook the Park City Municipal Golf Course, a breathtakingly scenic expanse of rolling greens minutes from Historic Main Street.  Make a reservation for a full round or just a quick nine holes. 

EAT HERE - Located within Hotel Park City, Bandanna's Bar and Grill’s outdoor deck overlooks a putting green (providing exceptional people-watching) and offers views of Park City Mountain Resort—come for breakfast or lunch. Founded by two Park City locals and called "Park City's Best-Kept Dining Secret" by USA Today, Silver Star Cafe is

Don’t enjoy the epic Thanksgiving meal prep? Not interested in hosting? No problem. There are many ways to celebrate the holiday—including making a reservation, grabbing amazing takeout and volunteering at local charitable organizations. Here, we spotlight some fresh ways to mark this special holiday in Park City. 

The Road Home - Donate time to The Road Home this season, the organization provides shelter, services and food to Park City residents experiencing homelessness. For Thanksgiving, you can volunteer at the organization’s two shelters in Salt Lake City and Midvale to lend a hand serving meals. You can also donate money or help build Turkey Boxes, which The Road Home will deliver to around 600 people and families in need. Visit the website for

With the start of ski season just around the corner, we’re showcasing some of our top picks of things to do when you take a break from the slopes of the largest mountain resort in the country. 

CATCH SOME AIR HERE - Mark your calendars well ahead of time. The 2020 FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup returns February 6-8, bringing the world’s best freestyle skiers to Deer Valley. This year’s event marks the 20th year of international and world competitions hosted at Deer Valley, including the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. The event is free to the public and offers the chance to watch the competitors twist, fly and race their way to the podium. 

TAKE A RIDE HERE - Some traditions never grow old. Horse-drawn sleigh rides are among them. Park City Sleigh Rides offers

There are many ways for each of us to reduce our impact on the environment—and the majority are remarkably easy. Here, we highlight five ways to go green. Your planet (and wallet) will thank you. 

SHOP AT LOCAL FARMERS’ MARKETS - A weekly trip to Park City’s local farmers’ markets supports regional farmers and helps cut the larger carbon footprint made by chain grocers who truck and ship in produce from around the country (and world). Check out our picks for the best markets around Park City and the surrounding cities here.

USE ENERGY-EFFICIENT LIGHT BULBS - Invest in more efficient CFLs (compact fluorescent lamps), they are better alternatives to older, incandescent bulbs. Not only do energy-efficient bulbs use less electricity, they last longer—which

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

GIVE BACK HERE - Every year, Live PC Give PC brings the community together for “24 hours of extreme generosity.” On November 8, everyone is encouraged to give what they can, with past events raising millions of dollars for Park City nonprofits. Click here to open your hearts and wallets. 

HIT THE SLOPES HERE - Opening Day—the day every mountain town awaits with the utmost anticipation. Park City Mountain Resort opens for the season at 9am on Friday, November 22, ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. The festivities take place at both the Park City Mountain Village and Canyons Village, featuring a ribbon cutting, DJ music, first-day t-shirts, games and more. 


In Park City—where the weather provides a full spectrum of seasons—enjoying the cozy but still temperate days of autumn is a true delight. Here, we highlight five places in and around Park City that capture this colorful time of year. 

Mirror Lake Highway - Take a day trip out to Mirror Lake via the super scenic Mirror Lake Highway, which provides more than 40 miles of road lined with colorful aspen trees   that turn brilliant red and orange in the fall. The highway meanders up through the Uinta Mountains until it reaches Mirror Lake, which offers beautiful hiking trails and places to picnic. 

Guardsman Pass - Drive just six miles south of Salt Lake City to reach Guardsman Pass, which leads out to picturesque Bloods Lake. This trail is ideal for hiking and

The Agency joined forces with Giveback Homes in Park City, Utah and Culver City, California to help construct residences for two families in need. Giveback Homes is an organization comprised of real estate professionals who help fund and build homes for families and individuals around the globe, from Los Angeles, Phoenix, Chicago and Houston to villages in Nicaragua. Since its founding in 2013, the organization has mobilized teams of volunteer homebuilders and spearheaded fundraising events to support the construction of permanent housing for those in need. 

In Park City, Utah, local agents and CEO and Founder Mauricio Umansky grabbed saws, nails and hammers and helped raise the framework for an all-new home for a mother of two. The home is one of

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.