May 2019

Found 9 blog entries for May 2019.

The full press release below and also available here on the CVMA website:

PARK CITY, Utah – May 22, 2019 – Park City Mountain today announced plans to install a new lift in time for the 2019-20 season, pending permits. The fixed grip quad chairlift, named “Over and Out,” will transport guests from a location near the bottom of the Tombstone Express Lift and unload near the top of Sunrise Lift on the front side of the mountain. As the name suggests, this lift will provide a quicker, more direct route for skiers and riders to access Canyons Village from the center of the resort.

“Since combining Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons Resort in 2015, our

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Beginning May 24, Park City Mountain will offer a variety of outdoor activities at the Park City Base Area including one of the world’s longest alpine slides; the ZipRider and Flying Eagle Zip Lines; a 4,000 ft alpine coaster; and miles of hiking, mountain biking opening date is yet to be determined. PayDay Lift will open on May 24 followed by Crescent Lift on June 17. Town Lift will be open for scenic rides beginning June 17 through August 21. New this summer, Park City will also offer three new attractions for children weighing between 30 – 100lbs., including a small kids’ zipline and kids’ challenge course that are targeted to open Memorial Day Weekend and a kids’ summer tubing hill targeted to open in July.

Canyons Village
The Canyons Village Base

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This year was the 10th annual Running with Ed relay race that raises funds for the Park City School District.  It is a fun 38 mile relay race that goes through out Park City with teams competing and raising funds for a great cause! Over 1500 people braved a cold snowy start on Saturday but ended up with a beautiful sunny day.  Over $250,000 was raised for the Park City Educational Fund programs which enrich students, teachers, and schools! 

Our Brokerage, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices - Utah Properties, always competes and this year we went away with the top prize for raising the most money of any team!  We were able to raise over $10,000, through the support of all the giving real estate agents, our owner, and all the friend and family members also

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Outdoor Main Street dining will return in the coming weeks, with several dining decks installed for the warm months at select Main Street restaurants.  The Park City Council has to authorize the lease, with these restaurants making the cut: 501 on Main, Crystal Park Cantina, The Eating Establishment, Flanagan's on Main, Main Street Pizza & Noodle, Shabu, and Fletcher's.  

The dining deck program began in 2010 and has been popular ever since, City Hall charges the restaurants with decks a fee that coincides with the lost revenue from paid parking they would otherwise collect if the decks were not there.  The decks are a great way to attract people to come to Main Street to eat and enjoy the beautiful outdoor scenery and of course makes for good people

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Deer Creek Landscaping in Park City

Landscaping is one of the most important ways to increase your property’s value quickly. In fact, a gorgeous landscape design can increase the value of your home by at least 5 to 11 percent—and maybe more. The best part about landscaping is that even though it’s one of the most valuable home improvements you can make, it’s also one of the easiest. If you’re wondering how to turn your landscape into one of your home’s most valuable assets, here are some tips to get you started.

 1. Match Landscape to Your Home’s Style

The best way to get an excellent return on investment with landscaping is to make sure it fits with your home’s style. For instance, if you own a Victorian home, a Japanese garden will be sorely out of place and may even lower your

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This week Deer Valley Resort announced its additions and changes to its summer programming that is set to begin June 14.  A new trail has been added, it is called Undertow and is a 2.5 mile, intermediate-level single track mountain bike trail that can be accessed from the Homestake Express lift on Bald Eagle Mountain.  It is a flow trail and features rollers, berms, and connects the mid and lower mountain terrain.  

The SCOTT Enduro Cup has been cancelled this year.  Deer Valley has hosted it since 2016 and before that it was held at Park City Mountain's Canyons Village.  

Deer Valley will continue to host its Summer Adventure Camp, in which children between 2 and 12 participate in outdoor recreational activities, such as hiking, climbing, crafting,

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Well it seems the secret is out, but if you have ever driven up to Kamas you most likely already know that the donuts at the Mirror Lake Station are very popular and extremely tasty.  What looks like just a normal gas station from the outside is anything but once you get inside.  The Mirror Lake Station makes from scratch donuts, bagels, turnovers, and croissants, and have been making assorted pastries for 40 years!  

The owner decided to enter the Utah Dough Show, a convention for donut-lovers that took place in Salt Lake City this year.  She submitted their raspberry fritter and won the best donut in Utah!  Six judges from outside of Utah cast their vote and decided the winner.  So, next time you are headed up to Kamas or the Uintas stop in and see

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Excerpts of this blog were taken from Park City Magazine's Celebrate the 150th Anniversary of Golden Spike article by Michaela Wagner

There will be a slew of Golden Spike 150 celebrations throughout the state this month, making the hearts of railroad and history fans happy!  The Golden Spike 150th anniversary is a celebration of the completion of the transcontinental railroad, with many family-friendly events and exhibits through-out the state of Utah.  

If you don't want to travel too far here are several events happening close to Park City:

Whistle Stop in Echo, May 8

Big Boy No. 4014, one of Union Pacific’s historic steam locomotives, rolls into Echo (3525 S. Echo Rd,) as part of Spike 150 revelry. Summit County’s festivities begin at 8

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