If you don't ski or snowboard every single day of your vacation (don't worry, you're the majority not the minority) than this page is for you!
Utah's world famous snow is what brought you here, and our diverse attractions will keep you coming back. Bring the family closer together with a day trip to the Natural History Museum of Utah, Clark Planetarium, art museums or Gorgoza Tubing Park. A night on the town of fine-dining on Main Street Park City to cater to the foodies.
History buff? Explore Park City's rich mining history, find your roots at the Family History Library, or roam around Utah Olympic Park. Jump on a snowmobile, heli-ski, cat ski, skydive indoors, or cheer on your favorite NBA team as they take on the Utah Jazz to elevate your trip. Don't forget to reward yourself afterward with a local craft beer.
Be sure to sample some of the great activities that Utah offers off the mountain.
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August 25 2015 1 Comment
Salt Lake City’s Cottonwood Canyons deliver the goods all winter and summer too. As the mountain snow melts, locals lace up their trail running shoes and hiking boots. If you plan a visit to this section of Utah during the summer, there are a few trails you shouldn’t miss.