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The Sundance Film Festival (January to February): Celebrating independent filmmakers, Sundance is a favorite Park City tradition for locals, visitors and celebrities.
Each year, the Sundance Film Festival team reviews thousands of independent films from all across the world. These films span nearly every language known to man, broach any and all topics one could imagine, and represent many different genres -- from animation to indigenous works to cult films. The mission of the Festival programming team is to find features and documentaries that "inspire, challenge, delight, startle, move and thrill" viewers.
Things to Do in Park City
When you're not dashing down our ski and snowboard slopes, allow our world-famous town to captivate you. You see, while we're famous for our skiing and riding, there are countless other things to do in Park City that will surprise and delight you. Our three distinct Park City resorts, the Utah Olympic Park and our Historic Main Street district offer an astonishing array of winter activities for all ages. For example, there are historic tours and museums. Art galleries? Absolutely. Spas? You bet. Salons? Definitely. And at any given time during your stay, you can experience major sporting events, screen an independent film at the Sundance Film Festival, catch a play, enjoy shopping on Historic Main Street or indulge in delectable cuisine at our famed Park City restaurants. But the list of things to do doesn't end there.
Plenty of Winter Activities in Park City Utah
Yes, Park City has ski trails and snowboard terrain, including terrain parks, for every skill level. But we also have many less expected diversions. Here you can experience a whole range of family-friendly activities for winter from winter fly-fishing trips and hot air ballooning to snowmobiling, sleigh rides and snow tubing. It all makes for an unforgettable winter vacation.
Home of the 2002 Winter Olympics
In Park City Utah, the Olympic dream is far more than a memory. Utah Olympic Park is a lot more than just a living, breathing monument to the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. Here you can attend a fantasy camp for bobsled skeleton, luge, slopestyle and Nordic events, including experiencing five G's of force on The Comet winter bobsled ride. Admission to the Utah Olympic Park is free. And this Olympic year is a great time to replicate an Olympic athelete's experience.
Even More Winter Activity Ideas in Park City Utah
Need a few more family friendly ideas beside skiing in Park City? The Park City Mountain Resort Alpine Coaster is an exciting, elevated track that takes you through more than a kilometer of scenic curves, bends, twists and loops. On, here's a Park City winter vacation favorite - while exploring some of North America's finest cross-country skiing tracks in our alpine wonderland. For those that would like a little more adventure, we invite you to experience the "Greatest Snow on Earth" while heli or snow cat skiing. As you can see, there is no shortage of things to do in winter at in Park City.
Getting to Park City Utah
Winter's most entrancing vacation destination is a short 35-minute ride from Salt Lake City International Airport. And once you're here, getting around is even easier thanks to our free, bio-diesel bus system and bike-friendly community with ample parking located throughout town. We make it easy to explore our town and experience the three resorts, shopping, restaurants, Historic Main Street, Visitor Centers and the Utah Olympic Park.