Happy Holidays

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Dec 27, 2017

Judy and I hope you all had a very Merry Christmas and we send well wishes for a Happy New Year. This year we wanted to share a couple of family photos of our children and their families as we celebrate this holiday season.

Park City, Utah began as a silver mining town, nearly faded into history as a ghost town, and then re-invented itself as a ski town that has grown into a year-round destination hosting global events such as the 2002 Winter Olympic Games and the annual Sundance Film Festival. Park City offers days and nights filled with exceptional food, endless recreation, skiing and enduring impressions. Scoop up a handful of The Greatest Snow on Earth® that makes our winters legendary. Located only 35 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport, we are home to two world-class resorts; Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley Resort. With the Utah Powder Surge, you will find the best snow in the world.

Have friends and family visiting this Winter season? How to Have a High-End Ski Vacation Without All the High Prices, is a great article to share. Stay outside of town, buy a pass and eat where the locals do.

Looking for something fun to do in town - check out Snowed Inn Sleigh Company. Make dinner a bit more interesting and arrive in a sleigh pulled by two beautiful draft horses. Make your reservations for one of the three seatings offered nightly at 5:30, 6:30 or 7:30 PM. Guests should expect the evening to last approximately two and a half hours. View the Dinner Menu online. If dinner is not part of the plan, join them for a 30 minute sleigh ride drawn by two draft horses on the trails of Park City Mountain departing at 5:00 and 6:00 PM nightly. Reservations are required for ALL sleigh rides.

Park City Magazine is a wonderful publication that can be found all around Park City. This month they shared, 10 Must-Dos at Deer Valley and Park City Mountain - Sure, the skiing in Park City is top notch but a day on the slopes is about much more than sliding on snow. We love skiing (snowboarding in my case). The feeling of carving a turn on a meticulously groomed slope, weaving through a field of moguls, or -- the piece de resistance -- floating through a sparkling field of fresh powder is, as far as we’re concerned, one of life’s great joys. But ask anyone who lives in or who’s visited Park City, and they’re sure to tell you that our town’s two resorts are about much more than the slopes. Check out Park City Magazine's top 10 wintertime must dos -- five for each Deer Valley and Park City Mountain -- a curated list of experiences that are the difference between a good ski day and a great one. Click here to read the complete article.

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