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Park City, in Utah's Wasatch Mountains is North America's most accessible four season mountain recreation destination, located just 35 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport. Home to two world class ski resorts – Deer Valley and Park City Mountain - Park City has over 100 lodging properties including large multi-family private homes, bed and breakfast inns, condominiums, and full-service hotels. Among this variety of properties is the highest concentration of on mountain luxury lodging in North America, and more than 100 restaurants, two micro-breweries and during winter, the world's only ski to the door whiskey distillery and saloon.World famous for its skiing, Park City's reputation as a summer destination continues to flourish. With a daily non-stop flight with Delta Airlines from London Heathrow to Salt Lake City, getting there is easy. Once in town, the free public transport system makes getting around really easy. Amid the grandeur of the Wasatch Mountains, Park City is home to every type of lodging from spacious condos through to some of the finest hotels to be found in the mountains, and all available at attractive prices during the summer. Choices abound as well when it comes to activities and leisure including more than 400 miles of hiking and biking trails, with chairlifts and gondolas to effortlessly whisk you (and your bike) up the mountain amid the spectacular scenery. The climate  is frequently hot and sunny by day, (with very low humidity) and cool by night. In the bright sunshine, visitors can enjoy golf at Park City's four eighteen hole golf courses, horse riding, fly fishing, paddle boarding, road cycling, zip lining or a thrilling ride on the Alpine slide. Head to the nearby Olympic Park and enjoy an exciting bobsled ride down the Olympic track, and if you are lucky, there may be a summer ski jumping demonstration to enjoy.  At a more leisurely pace, the town is reknowned for its shopping in the Historic District, where many buildings date from the 19th century when Park City was a major silver mining town. As well as the boutiques and galleries in the Historic District, bars and restaurants are numerous, catering for all tastes and budgets.As summer progresses there are music festivals, food festivals, the weekly Park Silly Sunday Market and sporting events galore. Many hotels have classy spas for indulgent relaxation or start the day with a morning yoga session in the glorious mountain sunshine.


Graeme Spratley





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