Art Galleries- There are over a dozen art galleries to visit in Park City and on the last Friday of each month they offer the gallery stroll. This is a free community event that gives locals and visitors alike the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments while exploring Park City’s exciting art scene.

Bobsled rides – The signature Comet Bobsled ride is the Olympic Park’s defining activity. With a seasoned bobsled pilot, experience the official 2002 Olympic Sliding Track including speeds over 60 mph and notable g-forces.  Reservations are required.  Please note that you must be 16 years of age with a valid driver’s license.

Bowling- Jupiter Bowl offers 16 luxury lanes of ultra-modern bowling, 3 pool tables in their billiards lounge and an arcade. All surrounded by multi-screen audio/video music and sports viewing.  American Classic Cuisine, specialty cocktails, beer & wine can all be enjoyed in their full-service restaurant/bar or served lane-side. 

Cross-Country Skiing – There is a 20+ km cross-country ski center in the heart of Park City.  Enjoy the spectacular mountain views along one of three groomed loops. With 3k, 5k and 10k+ loops, they are perfect for the beginner, intermediate and advanced classic or skate skier. Heated underground parking, passes, equipment and lessons are all offered on site.  If you are feeling more adventurous you can always hire a back country guide instead.

Dog Sledding - This is a unique adventure for the whole family with children 3 years and older. Glide through the snow-covered meadows of the Wasatch and Uinta Mountain Ranges in a dogsled pulled by a team of Huskies. 

Ghost Tours- The ghost stories of which you will hear during a Park City Ghost Tour have been collected over the past twelve years.  Through research, interviews, field recordings and other cutting edge methods the three investigators chose 15 stories because they were the most exciting… and terrifying.  If you are a believer in ghosts you will hear some of the best ghost stories ever to come out of the west; and if you don’t believe in ghosts, prepare to have your mind changed! Come see for yourself!

Heli-skiing –Heli skiing is for advanced and adventurous skiers and snowboarders.  This is the Ultimate powder experience on over 40,000 acres of privately owner back country. 

Horseback Riding – Winter can be a great time of year to go horseback riding.  Trail rides are offered daily through the beautiful mountain landscape. 

Hot-Air Balloon Ride – There is no better view from Park City than from a hot air balloon. Rise up above the Wasatch Mountains and experience tranquility.

Ice Skating – Depending on the weather you can skate indoors or outdoors.  Two separate facilities are available.  

Park City Museum- Not all museums are created equal especially this museum!  They have interactive presentations, exhibits, and videos on local mining and industries.  The old jail still exists in the basement. They are located at 528 Main Street in the heart of Old Town.

Sleigh Rides –  Their draft horses and sleighs offer a picture perfect holiday scene as they wind their way through the snow covered mountain-scape of Deer Valley Ski Resort. Their one horse open sleigh can accommodate a party of six.  Perfect for newlyweds, proposals, or a small group of family or friends.  Two horse sleighs are also available and can accommodate up to ten people.  

Sleigh to Dinner Rides –.This old-fashioned horse drawn sleigh ride will take you up the slopes of the Park City Mountain Resort to a mountain lodge. Their chef will prepare a western-style meal. Listen to live entertainment and then enjoy your sleigh ride back down.  This is a casual dinner great for families.  

Snowcat Skiing – Snow Cat Skiing operates outside of Park City on over 40,000 acres of family owned land in the Uinta Mountains called The Thousand Peaks Ranch.  This is for extreme advanced skiers only.  You will conquer 10,000 vertical feet of powder.

Snowmobile Tours – Whether you prefer a self-guided snowmobile rental or you want the added security and benefits of having an experienced guide, we can accommodate all types of snowmobiling trips in Utah. There are many companies that offer snowmobiling in the area but only a few have the ultimate terrain and exceptional guides.

Snow shoeing – Snowshoeing is a great way to get some exercise and take in the beautiful landscape at the same time.  There are many breathtaking trails in the Park City area.  You can explore on your own or hire a private guide.

Tubing Hill–There’s more to the mountain than skiing and snowboarding. Kick up your feet and enjoy a ride on Gorgoza’s seven lighted tubing lanes — including a hill for the littlest of tubers, three beginner lanes and four advanced lanes. Their lifts make it easy to ride again and again! They also offer mini snowmobiling for children 6-12 years old and fort frosty for 1-6 year olds. 

Viking Yurt –This is a Nordic mountain fine dining adventure unlike any other in the world. This four hour European adventure dining experience is spectacular.  Your evening adventure begins with a 23-minute spectacular sleigh ride up 1,800 feet with incredible views of the night sky, giant trees and the best views of the lights of Park City and surrounding mountains. Guests are amazed that there is a baby grand piano in a yurt that provides elegant live music. The chef, who has brought all the food and water up by snowmobile will introduce this Norwegian rendition of the gourmet six course menu. 

Winter Fly Fishing –With snow on the ground and a chill in the air, many anglers forget how great the fishing can be in the winter. Trout feed year round and as a result there can be some great winter fishing opportunities. You only need a few hours during the best part of the day to catch a few fish and can even fit it in after a morning of skiing or snowboarding.

Zip Line Mountain Touring- 

Park City Mountain Resort – Experience the thrill of soaring over the resort on the mid-mountain Zip Tour.  This zip line flies you across the canyon spanning over 2,111 feet! Must be 7 years of age, 50 lbs, and a minimum height of 48 inches.  

Olympic Park - Experience what it's like to be an Olympian flying off the K120 Nordic ski jumps on the Extreme zip line. The Extreme Zip line is like their K120 jump - big, steep and long. In fact, the Extreme is one of the steepest zip lines in the world. Participants must weigh between 100 - 275 lbs