We have many crystal clear, blue-sky days and the view of the mountains and valleys below are breathtaking from a hot air balloon. There are two main companies in Park City that provide rides. Both have (more…)
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We decided to try out the Max Zipline tree-top canopy tour in Provo Canyon, near the Alpine Loop/Sundance Resort turnoff. We called and made reservations at 2pm on a Monday afternoon. We drove down the Canyon, across the river on a dirt road to their base operations. They have a mobile trailer set up where you (more…)
The allure of Park City, Utah, is currently so strong that travel writers from New York to California are extolling its attributes in publications like the New York Times and The San Francisco Chronicle.
According to Denny Lee, the New York Times travel writer who recently spent a blissful 36 hours in this luxurious destination, Park City offers a (more…)
I purchased a Groupon for a 1-hour private golf lesson from the Jim McLean Golf School at Red Ledges for my father as a gift. Because it was still winter, my Dad had his lesson at the indoor facility on Main Street in downtown Park City. They have a state-of-the-art HD course simulator, TrackMan Launch Monitor measurement system, and the latest JC Video Golf Swing Analysis Software. My Dad loved it and would recommend it to any golfer who (more…)
I’ve been meaning to hit the snow tubing hill at Soldier Hollow, but didn’t get around to it until this past week when we had family visiting from out of state. I purchased discount tickets through a Groupon offering for 50% off the normal price of $20 for two hours of tubing – so $10/ticket. It was definitely worth every penny.
The Soldier Hollow tubing hill is located in Heber Valley, Utah near Midway, approximately a 35-minute drive from Park City. Soldier Hollow is where the 2002 Olympics were (more…)
On a hot afternoon, we decided it would be a good time to use our Groupon at the Jupiter Bowl bowling alley in Park City last week to escape the heat. We arrived around noon and were promptly taken care of by the front desk. There were only a few lanes being used and not much of a crowd at first. Our groupon for $29 included shoe rental and 2 hours of bowling for up to six people, an 18-inch New York style pizza (choice of cheese or pepperoni), a pitcher of soda and $2 in arcade tokens. Later I found out that they (more…)