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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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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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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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It is the quiet time of the year in Park City and that means no traffic and great deals at many Park City restaurants! Grab the local Park Record newspaper and you will find many 2 for 1 coupons to places like Stein Eriksen Lodge's Glitretind, Riverhorse, Butchers, and many more.  Starting next week Bill White will begin his value nights at three of his popular restaurants.  On Tuesday April 30, Taco Tuesday begins at Windy Ridge Cafe, where you can get amazing deals on taco, beer, and margaritas.   Thursday May 2, Ghidotti's located in the Redstone area of Kimball Junction will begin their $5 Thursday's.   You can get many food items for $5 and glasses of wine for $5, you can't beat that!  Then on May 6, Grappa located at the top of Main Street will

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*As published by, article written by: David Boyle

Vail announced on Thursday morning that it has entered into an agreement with a Utah based commercial real estate investment group PEG companies to sell and develop parcels of land currently used as surface parking lots at the base of Park City Mountain. 

Vail says that the development plan for the 10 acre lot will feature a mixed-use project, including a full-service hotel and spa, residential units, commercial space for dining and retail, skier services, parking garages and community priorities such as improved access to public parking, traffic and transit improvements and on-site workforce housing. 

Cameron Gunter, founder and chief executive officer of PEG Companies said “We believe

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In a recent article on, they list the best places to own a vacation home in the U.S. and Summit Park came in at #1 and Heber came in at #7!  Summit Park -- the term for the micropolitan area, is actually part of Park City but Bloomberg only used micropolitan statistical areas which include one main urban center with a population of at least 10,000 but fewer than 50,000 people, at least one county and all designated hamlets, villages and townships.  Bloomberg used equally measured metrics of: vacation home stock, share of the workforce employed in real estate and recreation-related industries, home valuations and household income.

Heber and Summit Park were the only 2 in the top 20 located in Utah.  For information on either of these

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The Summit Land Conservancy has until March 31 to raise the final $375,000 needed to secure  a conservation easement to preserve the Osguthorpe Farm on Old Ranch Road in Park City as open space.  

Summit Land Conservancy has secured a federal grant for $8.8 million. Summit County will grant $500,000 with other grants that total $605,000. Over 800 individuals have donated over $3.5 million, and the owners of the farm have reduced the price by 3.9M.  The final dollars must be received before the end of March, if not, the federal grants will be lost.

To help save the Osguthorpe Farm and to donate please go here to learn more: We Save Land

Osguthorpe Farm




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Prices start at $464 per square foot.  

You can have it expansive two and three bedroom whole ownership home in a prime ski-in/ski-out location in Park City’s Canyons Village. And have it all now... these fully furnished, mountain view residences are ready for you to move in. So you can immediately start enjoying all the comforts of home as well as the personal services of an AAA Four Diamond resort hotel. These include a ski-valet, restaurant, lounge, spa, pool, fitness center, outdoor decks and terraces plus restaurant delivery to your home and private catering. Homes range from 1,670 to 2,026 sq. ft., providing plenty of room for

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For the second year, Park City Mountain will be covered in pink with pink parties, pink decorations, and hundreds of pink skiers all rallying together for a day of fun that everyone can enjoy. Pink Park City is a charity ski event held at Park City Mountain Resort's Canyons Village and will raise money for all types of cancer research with 100% of the proceeds going to the Huntsman Cancer Institute.

It is all happening on March 23rd, and it is a ski day to conquer cancer!  You can sign up solo or with a fundraising team, and raise money.  There will live music, costume contest, photo opps, great food, deck parties at four Park City Mountain Lodges, Rally for Hope Parade and more!  

What could be better then a day of skiing at Park City all for a

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