Park City Activities 2018-01-11T21:56:01+00:00

The Utopian Insider’s Guide: What to do in Park City

Winter activities and summer activities abound in Park City! Read on and discover our top things to do in Park City. Whatever you’re interested in, Historic Park City and the surrounding area are sure to have the activities you’re looking for.

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World class skiing and snowboarding awaits you in Park City, Utah. Enjoy some of these resorts; Park City Mountain Resort, The Canyons and The Deer Valley Resort.


Park City has some of the greatest trails that make hiking here such a great experience. Go with a guide or on your own, but be sure to pick up a trail map!


Snowmobiling is a great way to experience the best that nature has to offer and get the adrenaline pumping! Explore picturesque valleys as well as the highest peaks in Park City.


Hit the links with friends and family. You will find several golf courses that are well manicured and have gorgeous mountain views in the background.

Dog Sledding

Ever been pulled on a sled by a team of dogs? Now is your chance! When you visit Park City, dog sledding is a must add to your list of activities.

Mountain Biking

Park City is known for its abundance of trails. Take full advantage by mountain biking those trail systems. And don’t worry there are trails fit for everyone’s ability.

Cross Country Skiing

When you think of Park City you probably think of it as a ski town but that’s not all it has to offer. Enjoy a relaxing day of cross country skiing and take in the mountain views.

Horseback Riding

Horseback riding is one of the best ways to tour some of the harder to reach areas of Park City. Hop on and enjoy a relaxing ride through the mountain forests and the open plains.

Sleigh Rides

Bundle up under a warm blanket while being pulled by a team of horses through the snow. What a great way to travel in a winter wonderland, right?