September 2019

Found 9 blog entries for September 2019.

Utah fall colors drive

You don't have to travel far to take a scenic road trip this fall in Utah. 

Ashley Cox, spokesperson for Utah State Tourism, said the fall season beckons for long weekend drives and adventurous hiking and backpacking trips. She shared several of the most popular places to see where nature's paintbrush has been busy at work.

Mirror Lake Highway near Park City 

Reaching north from Kamas to Evanston, the Mirror Lake Scenic Byway traverses through the Uinta Mountains. The byway is 78 miles each way, much of which parallels the Provo River.

You can see panoramic views of the alpine landscape from the road’s high point at Bald Mountain Pass (10,715 feet above sea level). There are also scenic overlooks at several lakes. Driving the entire

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Solitude Ski Resort announced this week that they will start charging for parking this upcoming ski season.  Solitude is calling it an "experiment" to see if charging $20 to park a car will reduce traffic up Big Cottonwood Canyon.  It is $20 for a car with one or two people, $10 for three, and $5 for four or more.  This news has certainly brought up the question as to whether other ski resorts will start charging for parking, including Park City Mountain and Deer Valley Resort.  Neither resort has publicly said whether charging for parking is in their future plans, but both resorts have plans to pursue developments on the parking lots at their base areas, and build parking garages to replace those lost spaces.  

Solitude's main reason for the move they

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Women's Health named Park City as one of the 3 Best Spots for a Ski Holiday in North America!  One of the many reasons, but so important is the ease of access to two world-class ski resorts, just 30 minutes from Salt Lake International Airport! Also noted was the amazing amount of ski terrain, ability to stay at posh high-end hotel like Montage Deer Valley, or the more affordable yet chic hotels.  Then of course the amazing world-class restaurants available in Park City just took it over the top!  We agree Park City is one of the best spots for a ski holiday!  

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Woodward Park City

Nation’s First All-In-One Action Sports & Ski Resort to Open in Park City For 2019-20 Winter Season!

Woodward Park City, the nation’s first all-in-one action sports and ski resort, will feature a fully integrated and state-of-the-art campus, complete with indoor and outdoor action sports venues for year-round adventure. Part of the POWDR portfolio of adventure lifestyle businesses and conveniently located just 27 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport, Woodward Park City will be open 365 days and nights a year starting this 2019-20 winter season. 

The first of its kind and located in one of North America’s premier adventure destinations, Woodward Park City is imagined from the ground up to encourage intuitive growth and progression in

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The inaugural Park City Songwriter Festival will bring music to Park City Friday Sept. 13 and Saturday Sept. 14.  The two-day event will take place at several places in Park City including: the Rockwell Listening Room, The Cabin, Flanagan's on Main, and The Spur Bar and Grill.  There will be acoustic performances by award winning songwriters,  keynote speeches by industry movers and shakers, and free workshops.  Artists such as John Popper of Blues Traveler, Rita Wilson, North Mississippi Allstars, and Marc Brossard are just some of the names performing this weekend for the festival.

For the full line-up of events and to purchase tickets go here:

Park City Songwriters Festival


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Park City offers several golf communities and even more just a few minutes from Park City with championship designed courses, amazing amenities, and much more.   Communities such as: Glenwild, Victory Ranch, Promontory, and Tuhaye.  To learn and see more about the many options watch the video below, and contact us with any questions concerning real estate in Park City. 


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Selling can be overwhelming. You're packing everything up, trying to make the house look pristine when all around you is what feels like chaos. Since buyers want that great first impression, you know it's important to declutter—often that means cleaning until your home looks like it's never been lived in. And while you’re rushing around, trying to find a new place for your items, it may seem like an impossible task.

Take a breather—it's actually easier than you think. Here are four staging tips that are so easy they may not have even crossed your mind:

Decorate for the potential buyer. You know who this is because you were once this person! If you're in a starter home neighborhood, the buyer will likely be a younger individual or couple who is

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