• Summer Beauty in Park City, Utah

    Park City, Utah is known for its rich history in silver mining that dates back to the mid 1800’s. As time has progressed, the city has blossomed into a beautiful area encompassing a unique landscape unlike any other city or town. The area has also become a popular destination for snow skiing along with the ground breaking hosting of the 2002 Olympics.

    Although, the Winter months is a popular time to define beauty in Park City, the true beauty lies within the Summer season.

    The Summer beauty begins in Park City on Main Street at the elevation of 7000′ with the mountains being displayed in the distance as you travel through the city of various color.

    As you travel down Main Street you are embraced with a hometown feel and distinctive old style buildings entailing small vintage and specialty shops, inviting restaurants and bars.

    As you travel up in elevation the beauty continues to greet you with snow capped mountains depending on the time of year. (Pictures below reflect the month of July)

    Once up in elevation the gondolas offer an amazing outdoors experience by allowing you to see the city off the mountain along with magnificent views of all the mountain tops all combined.

    In addition to experiencing the views of the city and mountains around you, the resorts and parks beauty await you such as the area where the 2002 Olympics were held.

    Some of the resorts you will find include Deer Valley Resort, Canyons and Park City Mountain Resort. All resorts are transformed during the Summer into fun and engagement by offering activities such as an Ziplining, an Alpine Coaster and a rustic lodge complete with your favorite food, snacks and beverages.

    After experiencing Park City, Utah, during the month of July, I definitely recommend this time of year to visit as the weather is perfect, views are clear and enhanced and no need trying to keep warm.

    No matter where you are in Park City, Summer beauty greets you at every corner inside and out with endless views, common courtesy and a hometown welcome from the locals.

    To learn more about the Summer season in Park City, Utah, I invite you to check out Visit Park City.


2 Responsesso far.

  1. Stan Faryna says:

    Park City looks like a good weekend get-away.

    How did you end up there?

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  2. Jason Houck says:

    Thanks for stopping by Stan. I was in town for a conference. Park City is truly a magnificent place to visit. Can’t wait to check it out this winter.

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