5 Reasons There is No Place Like Park City
January 9, 2020
I have lived from Burlington, VT to La Jolla, CA and Park City is the best place I have ever lived. Why? I bubble over with enthusiasm for my home town. People tell me I should work for the Park City Chamber of Commerce. Here are 5 reasons why there is no place like Park City.
Fabulous ski resorts 5-7 minutes from my front door. Both the largest ski resort in the US, Park City Mountain, and continuously voted the #1 ski resort in America, Deer Valley®, keep me knee deep in fresh powder. Ski for an hour or two in the early morning then scoot off to work before most people have eaten breakfast.
450 miles of single track trails for hiking and mountain biking and more on the way. You will never get bored in the great outdoors here. Beautifully maintained trails in deep forests or in hills with panoramic views of the Wasatch Back. Beginner to advanced, we have it all.
Old Town’s Historic Main Street is overflowing with fine and casual dining, shopping, art galleries and libations galore. Not to mention that we have a ski lift in the heart of Main Street that whisks you off to mid mountain at Park City Mountain. The bottom of the ski run lands you at High West Distillery, the only ski in ski out whiskey distillery in the west, or anywhere for that matter.
Wonderful people with tremendously giving spirits makes Park City a great place to be a human. We are a real community, with a plethora of non - profits and social groups keeping us real.
45 minutes from Salt Lake International Airport makes commuting for locals and visitors a breeze. The airport is in the midst of a multi billion dollar upgrade, making it even better than it already is.
I hear all the time how lucky I am to live here. Believe me, I am truly grateful to be a Parkite. Not a day goes by that I don’t look at the mountains and pinch myself and remember how fortunate I am. If you interested in a home in this beautiful community, please contact me to learn more about what’s currently available or coming to market.