Nestled in the Wasatch Mountains, Park City, Utah offers all the benefits of resort living, with the conveniences and opportunities that can only be provided by a major metropolis. At 7,000 feet above sea level, Park City (Pop. 7,500) is a short 35 mile drive from the Salt Lake International Airport, enabling it to remain one of only a handful of resort destinations, worldwide, that can provide such accessibility advantages. The convenience, accessibility and most importantly the lifestyle of Park City living are the reasons people live here. There is not a simpler way to say it; people live in Park City because of the lifestyle it offers them, and more specifically, the wide variety of outdoor recreation opportunities it provides.
Park City offers just about every imaginable type of outdoor recreation that the heart could possibly desire. Park City boasts three world-class ski and summer resorts, Park City Mountain Resort, Deer Valley, and The Canyon’s. The Wasatch Mountain Range, with its towering 12,000 ft. peaks is widely considered to have the “Greatest Snow on Earth”. Its light fluffy texture is a result of the areas low humidity, its ideal temperatures, and its geographic location relative to the mountains. This unique marriage of weather conditions truly provide for an unparalleled skiing and snowboarding experience that is known the world over. In addition to the winter sports, Park City offers mountain biking, hiking, golf, fly-fishing, water skiing, and horseback riding, just to name a few.