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Autumn Aloft

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Sep 12, 2018

The wife and I always enjoy the Autumn Aloft balloon festival each year in Park City. Now in its fifth year, it will be held this weekend from September 15 to16. This event first launched in the former silver mining town more than 30 years ago and was recently resurrected as a way for visitors and residents of all ages to celebrate Park City and embrace autumn. Spectators can view up to 24 hot air balloons inflating and launching from locations throughout Park City. Park City residents and visitors often see hot air balloons from afar, but nothing compares to experiencing the magnitude of the aircraft until you are truly among them.

Schedule of Events:

Saturday, September 15 approximately 8:00 a.m. Main Launch at the North 40 Fields at 2530 Kearns Blvd

8:30 to 9:00 p.m. Historic Park City Candlestick Event – Main Street: a beautiful family-friendly event and a fun way to gather with other locals,

Sunday, September 16 approximately 8:00 a.m. Main Launch at the North 40 Fields at 2530 Kearns Blvd

The event festivities are free to spectators and are scheduled to take place at multiple locations around the Park City area. Autumn Aloft is a visual delight for spectators rather than an opportunity for balloon rides for event attendees. But, tethered rides may be available on a first come, first serve basis but are not guaranteed. Saturday and Sunday's launch events will take place on the North 40 Playing Fields directly behind Park City's Treasure Mountain Middle school.

Ample parking is provided at the Eccles and Park City High School parking facilities. Additional off-site parking will be available at the China Bridge parking lots in Historic Park City with free public transportation available. A map of the event venue can be viewed here and a map of parking areas can be found here.

Looking for something to do today - the Park City Farmer’s Market, located by the Silver King Resort parking lot, is free to the public and runs each Wednesday through November 1st. More information can be found HERE.

The Kimball Arts Center also has until September 16th one of the foremost women artists of the twentieth-century, Niki de Saint Phalle worked as a sculptor, painter, and filmmaker between the late 1950s and early 2000s. During her distinguished career, she developed a self-taught and very personal aesthetic in pieces that ranged from intimate to monumental, while also notably collaborating with Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, and Jean Tinguely, among others. This exhibition brings visibility to an artist’s oeuvre that is not yet well known in Utah, but was recently celebrated in retrospectives at Paris’ Le Grand Palais and the Guggenheim Bilbao. Her work demonstrates remarkable fight and determination, accomplishing things unlike any other female artist of her generation. The Kimball Art Center opens daily at 10 am.

Shoulder Season Fun

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Sep 04, 2018

If you missed the Running of the Balls on Miner's Day, no worries as Park City’s sleepy season is brimming with delicious events:

Salt Lake Food & Wine Fest September 11-16: Sip Japanese whiskeys (Sept. 12), dig into brunch and a cooking class at the Park City Culinary Institute (Sept. 15), or pair your beer with fresh seafood as the Bucket O’ Crawfish takes over Shades of Pale Brewery (Sept. 16). The full schedule of events is here.

Harvest Dinner - Saturday, September 15 @ 6 - 10 p.m. Join the family-owned and operated Mountain Song Farms for a special evening celebrating the season with a rustic meal paired with music and gorgeous scenery. Featuring ingredients sourced from the farm and other local food purveyors, the meal will be created by Park City restaurant Tupelo. In addition to dinner, tickets to the event also include locally sourced wine, beer, and craft cocktails provided by Top Shelf, Alpine Distilling, Old Town Cellars, and Park City Brewery. Check out the Mountain Song Farms website for tickets and details.

Brunch at Altitude  - Saturday, September 22 @ 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Come savor delectable bites, grab a drink and cheer on local mixologists as they go head-to-head in the Bloody Mary Smackdown. The entire clan can partake in family-friendly activities, yard games, music, and more! Don’t forget to bid on an item during the silent auction to support the Peace House, a local non-profit dedicated to fighting domestic violence. Grab VIP tickets for extra special gifts, swag, and promotions. More details and tickets here.

Hoppy Hour - Saturday, September 29 @ 6 - 10 p.m. Throughout the summer, the Summit Land Conservancy leads guided hikes in Park City’s preserved open spaces to collect the hops. Even if you didn’t tag along for hops hunting, you can still reap the benefits at the annual Hoppy Hour party at Wasatch Brew Pub as they release the “Clothing Hoptional” brew made from the harvest. The $20 entry fee gets you appetizers, two drinks, and entry into an opportunity drawing. Get your tickets here.

3rd Annual World’s Longest Shot Ski - Saturday, October 13 @ 2 p.m. Park City’s rivalry with Breckenridge, CO continues as the competition heats up, yet again, for the glory of holding the world’s longest shot ski record. Grab your friends and join in on the party while working (okay, reveling) for a good cause; all proceeds go to Sunrise Rotary Club’s Grant Program benefitting 20 community organizations. The shot ski tends to sell out, so get your tickets early and be a part of history.

Get ready for beers, beards, and lederhosen because Snowbird’s Oktoberfest is under way. The tremendously popular German culture festival, which draws tens of thousands of visitors, runs every weekend from noon to 6:30 p.m., August 18 to October 21. While the beer is undoubtedly the undisputed king of the fest, its sidekicks -- food, live music, a craft market and on-mountain activities -- round out the family-friendly event. The biergarten boasts more than 50 varieties of beer, including both traditional German-style brews and Utah suds from Moab Brewery, Bohemian, Uinta, and Squatters.

Every weekend of the festival will include live music from a number of traditional acts in the large food tent (see full schedule here) and, of course, the daily serenade (3:15 p.m.) of the Alphorns at the top of Hidden Peak. Don’t forget to take advantage of the festival’s market, where more than 25 regional and local artisans sell crafts in the plaza. While the adults mix and mingle over libations, the kids can get their fill of favorite Snowbird summer activities, including climbing, ropes courses, the Woodward WreckTangle, alpine slide, and tubing.

This week Park City Magazine shares 5 Pooch-Friendly Patios Around Park City - Bring your doggy to dinner at these Park City eateries where canine companions—and not just service animals—are allowed.

Collie’s Sports Bar & Grill - 738 Main St, 435.649.0888, colliesbarandgrill.com

Deer Valley Grocery Café - 1375 Deer Valley Dr S, 435.615.2300, deervalley.com

Lespri Prime Steak Sushi Bar - 1765 Sidewinder Dr, 435.649.5900, lespriprime.com

Silver Star Café - 1825 Three Kings Dr, 435.655.3456, thesilverstarcafe.com

Twisted Fern - 1300 Snow Creek Dr, 435.731.8238, twistedfern.com

Living The Life In Park City

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Aug 22, 2018

Park City is a great place to live, work, play and visit. This week we wanted to share Park City Magazine's Dig into Park City’s Past with 5 Unique Tours. If you’ve ever wandered the streets or slopes of Park City, you’ve probably stumbled across a historic relic or two. From abandoned mines and tram towers to commemorative statues, history is alive and well in Park City. What can we say? We really love celebrating our past and we’ve found plenty of ways to do it, including an annual Miner’s Day celebration that takes place every Labor Day. Whether you’re a longtime local or an out-of-towner, one of the best ways to delve into Park City’s mining past is via a tour. Forget a dull lecture, these five historic adventure-tours offer fun, interesting, and unique ways to explore Park City. Check out the complete article to find out about the Mines and Wines tours, guided historical hikes at Deer Valley, the Park City Ghost tours, the historical Glenwood Cemetery tour and the Silver to Slopes Mining tour. Park City Magazine

Forbes recently shared 10 Reasons To Live (The Dream) In Park City, Utah and it starts with “Quality of life.” Why would someone want to move to Park City, Utah? The answer to this should be self evident. But since you asked, here are 10 good reasons:

1. Some of the Best Ski Resorts in the World: At 7,000 feet above sea level, Park City has a year-round population of about 25,000 and is home to two ski resorts: Deer Valley Resort and Park City Mountain Resort. The former was voted the #1 ski resort in North America by SKI Magazine (2018) and is exclusive to skiers. The latter has the most skiable terrain (7,300 acres) in the United States and is open to snowboarders.

2. More Amazing Ski Resorts: There are many more world-class ski resorts within an hour’s drive: Alta, Snowbird, Brighton, Solitude, Snowbasin, and Powder Mountain to name a few. Not to mention Powderbird Helicopter Skiing, which picks up in town.

3. Education: The public school system is the best in the state, and Park City High School ranks in the top 2% nationally. Park City public schools let out at 12:30pm on Fridays so students can go skiing or participate in other sports. There is also Winter Sports School, a charter high school that operates on a reverse schedule to accommodate winter competition and travel. If private school is preferred, Park City Day School goes from kindergarten to eighth grade and has been under the leadership of Ian Crossland for the past year.

4. Convenience: Salt Lake City International Airport is a 30- to 45-minute drive from town (no traffic), from where a flight to LA or San Francisco is about 1.5 hours. To accommodate growth, the Utah Department of Transportation has been widening highways, resurfacing roads and expanding traffic circles on a huge scale this year, all of which is well ahead of any congestion issues.

5. Business Opportunities: The Beehive state is booming. The Salt Lake/Provo/Park City triangle, dubbed Silicon Slopes, is an emerging tech powerhouse. This is supported by two universities (the University of Utah and BYU) as well as big tech companies (Adobe, Microsoft) and several startup unicorns (Banjo, Domo, Qualtrics).

6. All Four Seasons: Summers are actually better than winters. High temperatures average about 80 degrees F with low humidity. In early June, the aspen trees and wild flowers explode into bloom. Soon the mountainous landscape becomes a tapestry of rich greens that seem to glow as the sun sets after 9:00 pm on the summer solstice. Just 25 minutes away is the Jordanelle Reservoir, which supports boating, paddleboarding, wake surfing, fishing or just relaxing on a pontoon boat for the day. Lest I forget, Park City is home to seven golf courses.

7. Mountain Biking: Park City holds the distinction of being the very first Gold Level Ride Center, deemed as such by the International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA). “It all stems from a commitment to master planning,” says IMBA’s VP of Programs, James Clark. “The sheer miles of trails are fantastic, but what’s important is that they function as a cohesive network, with signage and trail connections that create a model riding area.” That network includes nearly 500 miles of singletrack trails that appeal to all ability levels. Plus, Deer Valley runs the lifts for mountain biking and is continually building trails to expand its world-class bike park.

8. Cost of Living: Moving from high-tax states like New York and California can reduce living costs substantially, especially given new tax laws. According to TaxFoundation.org, Utah ranks middle of the pack nationally (25th) for state income taxes with a maximum rate of 5%. For combined sales tax, Utah is 29th at 6.77%. As for property taxes, the Beehive State is 40th at an average of 0.65%. However, the property tax rate in Summit County (Park City) is only 0.463%. According to some back-of-the-napkin math, you’ll get three- to four-times as much house for the money compared to LA’s West Side. And property values appreciated 9.9% annually as of Q1, which ranks fifth in the country according to the FHFA.

9. The State of Utah: Park City is one of many gems in a state full of natural riches. Utah is home to five of the premier National Parks: Zion, Bryce Canyon, Arches, Canyonlands, and Capital Reef — all within a few hours drive time. Renowned mountain biking and off-roading destination, Moab, Utah, is a five-hour drive and also offers access to rafting on the Colorado River. A little further and you can be in The Grand Canyon, Grand Teton, and Yellowstone National Parks.

10. All About the Community: When you move to Park City and meet someone who lives in Park City, it’s something very powerful you have in common. More than likely you’re both here for these 10 reasons and many others. There’s an immediate bond. Our next-door neighbors hosted a welcome-to-Park-City party three days after we arrived and invited the surrounding neighbors. I can send a group text to locate my kids in the neighborhood and have them sent home. My wife has made lifelong friends at Park City’s premier workout studio/social club, Beau Collective, through a shared passion for fitness. This is partly because the majority of Park City residents are transplants from California, Ohio, Michigan, Texas, Washington and all parts Back East. And since we all moved here for about the same reasons, it creates a community fabric that is woven together with a combination of Lycra, Gore-Tex, carbon fiber and a profound sense of joy and gratitude.

August Events

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Aug 08, 2018

This week we have 4 Super-Easy Curb Appeal Projects to Max Out Your Home’s Value. The yard of your dreams just might be more achievable than you thought - even in the mountains. You can also check out the Remodeling Impact Report: Outdoor Features from the National Association of REALTORS® it has some interesting data on how landscaping affects home value, especially those with tons of curb appeal.

AUGUST EVENTS

Now - 10/21: Real Salt Lake, Sandy

Now - 9/3: Salt Lake Bees, Salt Lake City

Sundays, 6/3 - 9/23: Park Silly Sunday Market, Park City

Wednesdays, 6/6 - 10/10: Park City Farmers Market, Park City

8/4 - 8/11: Summit County Fair 2018, Coalville

8/6 - 8/12: Tour of Utah, All Over Utah

8/9: Deer Valley Music Festival 15th Anniversary Celebration at Blue Sky, Coalville

8/11: Chris Stapleton, West Valley City

8/8 - 8/11: 2018 Weber County Fair, Ogden

8/15: Zoo Brew, Salt Lake City

8/15: Yappy Hour, Salt Lake City

8/15 - 8/18: 2018 Utah County Fair, Spanish Fork

8/17 - 8/19: Ogden Valley Balloon & Artists Festival, Ogden

8/18: Mid Mountain Marathon, Park City

8/18 - 8/19: Utah Beer Festival 2018, Salt Lake City

8/18 - 10/14: 2018 Oktoberfest , Snowbird

8/24 - 8/25: 2018 Utah Renaissance Faire, Thanksgiving Point

8/25: Made in Utah Festival 2018, Salt Lake City

8/30 - 11/24: Utah Utes Football, Salt Lake City

8/31 - 9/1: 2018 Midway Swiss Days, Midway

8/31 - 9/3: Soldier Hollow Classic Sheepdog Championship & Festival, Midway

9/1 - 11/24: BYU Cougar Football, Provo

9/3: Deer Valley Concert Series - Jason Mraz, Park City

Neighborhood Spotlight - East Summit County: Located below the majestic peaks of the Uintas, the mountain communities of Peoa, Kamas, Oakley, Woodland, Francis, Hoytsville, and Coalville boast stunning views and wild natural beauty. Popular with outdoor enthusiasts and ranchers, these townships offer a wide range of real estate options including farmstead estates, large lots to build your dream home on, and small subdivisons with a quiet neighborhood feel.

Just a short distance to Park City and Salt Lake City, these towns have a preserved sense of nature and community without the hustle and bustle of a larger city. From fishing, horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, and camping these areas provide a range of outdoor pursuits. In addition to their scenic charm, each town offers its own array of community activities including the Oakley Rodeo, Summit County Fair, outdoor summer concert series, and Kamas’ Fiesta Days.

Development Spotlight: Talisker Club: Inspired four-season lifestyle in Park City, Utah offers the best in Rocky Mountain living, featuring an exclusive one-of-a-kind private club membership with distinctive amenities and outdoor adventures. All highlighted by an incomparable collection of venues – landmark ski-in/ski-out at Empire Pass in Deer Valley® and award-winning golf and more at Tuhaye. It’s an unparalleled mountain experience for creating a cherished family legacy. For more information click here.

Outdoor Bike Adventures

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Jul 18, 2018

Mens Journal Magazine recently wrote about Park City, which topped their list of the "20 Best Mountain Towns in America" : The outside world may associate Park City with glitz – the Sundance Film Festival, luxe ski resorts, restaurants helmed by big name chefs – but ask locals what they love most and it's sure to be the trails. The hills that surround town hold an unprecedented 400 miles of loops, networks, and connector trails for hiking, trail running, or biking. Best of all, the easy-to-access trails virtually bring the Wasatch Range to you and then drop you off back by quirky Main Street. For more information on Park City's extensive trails network visit mountaintrails.org and mountainbikingparkcity.com.

Here are some of the other outdoor adventures coming up in Park City as well as a hand full of amazing bike trails.

Park City Trail Series August 11 • September 15 |  Round Valley Trails, Park City -The Park City Trail Series is a 4-race series designed to introduce new trail runners to the sport. The series is a 5k, 10k, 15k, and 13.1. All of the events are on the Round Valley Trails in Park City, Utah. Due to the ease of terrain, these trail runs are designed with beginner users in mind. However, with well marked courses and the regularly placed aid stations, these races are also great speed training for more advanced trail users. Series is limited to 500 runners. For more info click here.

Free Women's Only Road Bike Ride - Every Monday through Labor Day (Weather permitting) | Jans - Join fellow female cyclists every Monday night after Memorial Day to Labor Day for free women's-only road bike rides as you head out from Jans flagship store on Park Avenue and lasts about two hours. Bike rentals for this event are just $15 (based on availability.) For more information click here.

Tour of Utah August 6-12 |  Assorted Venues, Statewide - The Tour of Utah returns to Park City! This event attracts worldwide attention as the top international cycling event that follows the Tour de France. The Tour of Utah stands shoulder to shoulder with the most prestigious professional bicycle stage race events as our answer to the greatest cycling challenges the world has to offer. For more info click here.

Mid Mountain Marathon - August 18 |  Deer Valley Resort - Silver Lake - The Mid Mountain Marathon is trail running with intermittent technical sections and voted best trail marathon in Utah. For more info click here.

Paddle, Pedal, Paddle - August 25 | Rock Cliff entrance of the Jordanelle State Park. It is 5 miles of standup paddle boarding, followed by 10 miles of mountain biking, finished with 5 miles of standup paddle boarding. For more info click here.

Park City Point 2 Point Bike Race September 1 |  Park City Point Area - Every year, the country's strongest endurance mountain bike racers drop in on some of the best trails Park City has to offer. For more info click here.

High Star Trail Open daily Now - Sept 3rd | Weekends thru Sept 30th - The 12-mile trail traverses the base of the Uinta Mountain Range and Kamas Wildlife Management Area on the 1,100 acre nature conservancy located on High Star Ranch. The route goes through beautiful wooded glades, open awe-inspiring meadows, and challenging rocky terrain. For more info click here.

Deer Valley Resort Mountain Biking Daily June 15th - Sept 3rd | Weekends until Sept 16th - Lift-served mountain biking/hiking and scenic rides are offered from the Silver Lake Express chairlift at Snow Park Lodge, Sterling Express Chairlift mid-mountain and Ruby Express chairlift at Empire Canyon. For more info click here.

Park City Resort Mountain Biking Open daily Now - Sept 3rd | Weekends until Sept 30th - With over 20 miles of cross-country trails throughout the resort, bikers of all levels can access trails from atop the Red Pine Gondola. Gondola bike haul tickets can be purchased at the Activities Center in Canyons Village. For more info click here.

Wasatch Mountain State Park Open 8am - 5pm Daily | Midway - Wasatch Mountain State Park is a wonderful spot that has a variety of trails, with the new WOW (Wasatch Over Wasatch) trail being especially popular. For more info click here.

Riverview Trail (aka Sorenson Trail) Heber - The Riverview Trail is located on the mountainside northeast of Heber at an average altitude of 6200 feet. It's 5.2 miles in length and is best done as a 10.4 mile out-and-back. This ride will have a total 600 feet of gradual up-and-down climbing. For more info click here.

Park City Bike Shuttle Open 8am - 5pm Daily | Midway - Owned and Operated by Jack Fenton, a 35 year Park City area resident, Park City Bike Shuttle offers shuttles to the Wasatch Crest, WOW Trails, Millcreek Canyon and more. For more info click here or call Jack at 435.640.1380.

Women’s Tuesday Night Mountain Bike Ride Every Tuesday, June - August | 1790 Bonanza Drive, Park City - Led by Team Sugar women’s mountain bike team, these rides are grouped by ability level. This two-hour ride is a great chance to work on your skills and endurance while meeting new friends and riding partners along the way. For more information click here.

Farmers Markets

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Jul 13, 2018

The Park City area is a great place to visit local farms, farm stands and markets. This week we wanted to share some great places to pickup up local eats. Read on for upcoming events like Summit County Fair, Swiss Days, the Sheepdog Championship and the Kimball Arts Festival.

The Park City Farmers Market is open Wednesdays, now through October 31 from 12-5pm at the Silver King Parking Lot. Stop by for fresh produce, baked bread and arts and crafts from local vendors. For more information click here.

The Park Silly Sunday Market is on Sundays, now through Sept 23 (except Aug 5, 12, & 19) on Historic Main Street from 10am-5pm. This is a eco-friendly open air market, street festival and community forum where neighbors and friends come together to celebrate our community of fun and funky Park Sillians. For more information click here.
Park City is home to many local farms, here are a few to visit and pick up locally grown and made items and food.

Copper Moose Farm

Summit Community Gardens

Bill White Farms

Looking for some fun activities, the Summit County Fair is August 4-11 at 202 E Park Road in Coalville. It's a traditional small town county fair with cowboys and bucking broncos, a carnival midway, beauty queens, home-canned goods, flowers, vegetables, and more. Events are held throughout Summit County and home base is in quiet, scenic Coalville.  For more information click here.

The Soldier Hollow Classic Sheepdog Championship is Labor Day Weekend in Soldier Hollow, Midway. The Soldier Hollow Classic features the world's best border collies in a competition that will fascinate and amaze you. This is the world's largest Sheepdog Championship and includes Splash Dogs, dog acrobats and much, much more! For more info click here.

The Midway Swiss Days is Labor Day Weekend. Swiss Days offers a wide variety of handmade items, antiques, fine art, and great Swiss food. Between 80,000 to 100,000 people descend on Midway during this weekend to relish Swiss Days, a tradition here since the 1940s. For more information click here.

And, the Kimball Arts Festival is August 3rd - 5th on Historic Main St. The 49th Annual Park City Kimball Arts Festival takes place on Historic Main Street and serves as the primary fundraiser for the Kimball Art Center. Each year this event hosts over 50,000 guests, 220+ jury-selected artists from over 30 states in 12 categories, 30 live musical acts, and an array of cuisine offerings. Come visit for one of Park City’s biggest and best events! For more info click here.

 

Activities For 4th of July

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Jun 27, 2018

The 4th of July celebrations in Park City are just around the corner and we wanted to share what will be happening in town and the surrounding area.

Historic Main Street, City Park, PCMR - Enjoy a full day of activities, including a pancake breakfast at City Park, Cole Sport 5k Fun Run (preregistration required), parade down Main St. at 11 am, kids' activities, rugby games, volleyball tournament, live music and refreshments at noon at City Park. At Park City Mountain Base area, enjoy family fun, live music and barbeque, and fireworks at dusk! For more information click here.

Park City Mountain Resort July 3 & 4 | Canyons Village at Park City, Park City Resort Center - At Park City Mountain, a one day celebration of America isn’t enough- that’s why we are starting the festivities a day early with our 3rd of July Celebration at Canyons Village! Enjoy free live music, kid-friendly activities, and a marvelous fireworks show at Canyons Village to kick off the Independence Day festivities. Fireworks will shoot off at dusk, approximately 9:30pm. Come check out the 4th of July Celebration, ending with Park City’s annual fireworks presentation!

  • 11:00am – 4th of July Parade: Historic Main Street
  • 3:00pm – Complimentary Village Activities & Mountain BBQ: Park City Mountain Village
  • 5:00pm – Live Music on the Green Stage
  • 7:30pm – Live Music by The Soulistics: The Green, Park City Mountain Village
  • 9:30pm – 4th of July Fireworks
More info here.

83rd Annual Oakley Rodeo & 4th of July Celebrations July 4-7, 8pm Nightly | Oakley Rodeo Grounds - The 4th of July wouldn’t be complete without a visit to our local rodeo, with cowboys, clowns and bucking broncos and bulls. Yee Haw! Get tickets early as they well sell out. For more information click here.

Another great way to spend the day in Park City is at the Utah Olympic which offers year-round adventure. From learning about the Park's unique Olympic heritage on a guided tour to taking the ride of a lifetime on the Comet Bobsled Ride, Utah Olympic Park offers activities for all, including:

  • extreme summer tubing
  • summer comet bobsled
  • alpine slide
  • extreme zipline
  • freestyle zipline
  • drop tower
  • discovery adventure course
  • canyon adventure course
  • summit adventure course
  • climbing wall
Activities are open on a daily basis through September 3rd, and continue on weekends in fall until October 21st. For more info click here.

Holiday Fun In Park City

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Dec 13, 2017

As the snow begins to accumulate in Park City we wanted to share some great ideas and fun activities that are going on this month in our beautiful mountain town.

Park City is filled with cheer during the holiday season! Explore the many ways you, your family, and friends can celebrate: (Article by Visit Park City)

PARK CITY HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR SING-A-LONG! - December 14, 15, 16, 17, 7:30 PM at Egyptian Theatre An annual holiday variety show at the Egyptian Theatre, the Park City Holiday Spectacular and Sing-A-Long! is a perfect way to get you and your family in the holiday spirit. The show features a choir-led sing-a-long with local talent. More information and tickets available on the Egyptian Theatre website.

SANTA COMES DOWN TOWN LIFT - December 16, 5:30 PM at Town Lift Plaza An annual holiday tradition in Park City, join the merriment as Santa and his magical sleigh come down Town Lift. It’s a sight to be seen and a fun way to celebrate with family, friends, as well as the community. Once Santa lands his sleigh, he will be available for photos by EpicMix.

KAMAS VALLEY CHRISTMAS CONCERT - December 16, 7:00 PM at Dejoria Center A free Christmas concert hosted at the Dejoria Center in Kamas, features the Wasatch Back Choir and Orchestra, Caribbean recording artist, Marj Desius, Shrink the Giant, and more.  Doors open at 6:30 PM. All ages are welcome.

SNOWFEST - December 16-31 at Park City Mountain Park City Mountain’s 16-day winter festival, Snowfest, includes a variety of live music, village entertainment and other festivities daily. Explore specifics on Park City Mountain’s event calendar.

SANTA CLAUS VISITS DEER VALLEY - December 24, 9:00 AM-1:30 PM at Deer Valley Resort Spend time Christmas Eve visiting with Santa Claus at Deer Valley Resort. Santa will visit with guests from 9:00-11:00 AM in the Snow Park Lodge area before heading to Silver Lake from 12:00-1:30 PM. Bring your camera along for a photo op!

TORCHLIGHT PARADE AT PARK CITY MOUNTAIN - December 24, 5:30 PM at Park City Base Area - A 55-year-old tradition, the Christmas Eve Torchlight Parade returns to the slopes to help ignite the holiday spirit. Bring your friends and family for holiday music at the Park City Base Area at 5:30 PM, before the parade kicks off at 6:00 PM.

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS DINNER SPECIALS - Choose from a variety of Park City area restaurants to celebrate the holidays with. From black-tie soirees to 4, 5, and 7-course prix-fixe menus, you will leave with a full heart and full stomach. Explore the full list of specials on the Park City Area Restaurant’s website.

ROBERT RANDOLPH AND THE FAMILY BAND - December 28, 9:00 PM at O.P. Rockwell What better way to enjoy Christmas week than with a little Robert Randolph and the Family Band at O.P. Rockwell? Recently nominated for a 2018 Grammy Award for the Best Contemporary Blues Album, Robert Randolph and the Family Band is a show you don’t want to miss! Door opens at 8:00 PM and show starts at 9:00 PM. Tickets may be purchased in advance.

DEER VALLEY’S ANNUAL TORCHLIGHT PARADE December 30, 6:00 PM at Deer Valley Resort Held on the resort’s Big Stick ski run on Bald Eagle Mountain, Deer Valley Resort’s annual Torchlight Parade is a don’t-miss Christmas Eve event. The parade begins at dusk, around 6:00 PM, with complimentary cookies and hot cider served in Snow Park Plaza.

PARK CITY MOUNTAIN’S NEW YEAR’S EVE CELEBRATION December 31, 3:00-8:00 PM at Canyons Village Fireworks, fire pits, hot cocoa, and live music – we can’t think of a better way to kick off your New Year’s Eve celebrations. Held at Park City Mountain’s Canyons Village, the event is fun for all ages. Park at the Cabriolet Lot, or utilize Park City’s free transportation system.

NEW YEAR’S EVE CELEBRATION WITH BADFEATHER December 31, 9:00 PM at O.P. Rockwell Join Badfeather, a five-piece local band from Salt Lake City, as they help kick off the New Year at O.P. Rockwell. Badfeather blends classic rock with soul, funk, and a little country-folk boogie. Show starts at 9:00 PM and tickets may be purchased in advance.

BLACK & WHITE MASQUERADE December 31, 8:00 PM at Park City Live Ring in the New Year with Park City Live’s Black & White Masquerade. An annual event, this year’s bash features DJ Ross One from New York City.  Party kicks off at 8:00 PM and tickets may be purchased in advance.

 

Philanthropy and Fun in Park City

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Jun 21, 2016

ImageSummer is here and Park City has fun and philanthropy for the entire family. The Park Record newspaper shares all the activities going on in and around Park City and the many volunteer opportunities available. The Wife and I love to participate with and donate to many organizations. I have had the privilege for the past 4 years of being a part of the Park City Board of Realtors' Philanthropic Committee. This is very rewarding as we spread the $1,000's and $1,000's of dollars that Realtors in Park City donate. This year we had the privilege to be a part of $20,000 in scholarships awarded to students at Park City High School, South Summit High School, North Summit High School and Wasatch High School. The Park Record shared -  Lea, president of the philanthropic committee, called the scholarships the focal point of the foundation. Gomez, the group's treasurer, said it is "the most rewarding thing we do." To read the article in its entirety - click here.

The Basin Parks-Trails Recreation Fieldhouse is expanding again! Phase III of The Fieldhouse expansion is starting soon and they are adding some incredible features to be completed by March 2017 to include: 15,000 sq. ft. multi-purpose gymnasium for basketball, volleyball, and fitness classes; 2,000 sq. ft. cardio, stretching, and core fitness space; 4-lane outdoor lap pool for masters swimming and open lap swimming; andZumba, and water aerobics and an outdoor hot tub. In the meantime, take advantage of their Summer Pass Sale ending June 30th.

If you are up for a scenic drive the 2016 Sundance Bearclaw Supper Club has some great events coming up. The Chef’s Seated Tasting Menu is a luxurious six-course tasting menu served at communal tables with live entertainment. There are available dates on Saturday, June 25, July 30, and August 27 all at 5:00 pm.  Tickets are $195 per person and this includes tax & gratuity - alcohol may be purchased separately. The Supper Club Soirée is a sparkling reception-style supper club with heavy hors d’oeuvres, live music and special action stations where chefs prepare savory dishes before your eyes.  There are available dates on Saturday, July 16,  and August 13 all at 5:00 pm. Tickets are $115 per person and this includes tax and gratuity - alcohol may be purchased separately.

Here are some of the events coming up the next two weeks in Park City: 6/22 Mountain Town Concert at Deer Valley 6/23-6/25 Asleep at the Wheel at the Egyptian Theatre 6/24 Park City Gallery Stroll 6/25 Discrete Peak Series at Deer Valley Resort 6/25 Historic Home Tour 6/30 Oakley Rodeo and 4th of July Celebration

Exciting news - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices is expanding globally! I am proud to be part of the global expansion and a Certified International Property Specialist. I will share more in next week's blog, call me today with any questions.

Heber Valley Market

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Jun 01, 2016

RL2 copyHeber Valley is only fifteen minutes from Park City and thirty minutes from Provo, the majestic Heber Valley is perfectly situated at the base of the mighty Wasatch mountains. Home to some of the most beautiful ranch property in the country, the Heber Valley offers breathtaking views of the nearly 12,000 foot Mt. Timpanogos and has the Jordanelle Reservoir to the North and Deer Creek Reservoir to the south, both offering a wide variety of water sports including fishing and boating. Property types range from charming historic single family homes to expansive ranches and luxury golf properties. Heber Valley is a golfers dream with over 100 holes of golf at the Wasatch Mountain State Park, Soldier Hollow, Quarry Springs, and the private gated community of Red Ledges. Heber City was recently named as one of the greatest towns in America.

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Midway, home to Swiss Days and the Olympic-designated Nordic track at Soldier Hollow, has several new developments in addition to its lovely ranches and bungalows. Midway is also home to 100 holes of golf at 5 different courses and the Soldier Hollow cross-country ski track. Midway offers a slower pace lifestyle, that allows equestrian pursuits as well as close proximity to the hustle and bustle of Park City and Salt Lake. Homes here have a charming mountain setting that is peaceful and quaint and command a premium over the rest of the Heber Valley.

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Heber and Midway boast award-winning restaurants, champion-designated golf courses, parks, and expansive trail systems. Whether you love horses, hiking, golfing, fishing, or enjoying the best of the American West, Heber Valley is not to be missed. Check out the upcoming events in the Heber Valley and peruse the  2015 Heber Valley Market Report.

 

Upcoming Events in Heber:

6/3 Commemorative Air Force Swing Dance at Heber City Airport

6/4 Free Fishing Day at Wasatch Mountain State Park

6/4 National Trails Day at State Parks

6/16 Heber City's Farmer's Market on Main Street

6/17-6/18 Ragnar Relay Running Series

6/25 Wasatch Chevy's "Back to the 50's" Car Show Main Street

7/4 Homestead Old Fashion 4th of July

7/14-7/16 IRHA Intermountain Reining Horse Association

7/16 Fire on the Water at Jordanelle

7/30 Wasatch County Demolition Derby at Wasatch County Events Complex

8/5-8/6 Utah Commemorative Airforce Classic Car Show at Heber City Airport

8/6-8/7 Tour of Utah

8/20 National Ability Center's Summit Challenge Bike Race in Midway

Call us with any questions about the Heber Valley or visit our website to search all the homes currently on the market.

Golf Community Market Report

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
May 29, 2016

 

Park City is known for great snow, picturesque mountains, and North America’s largest ski resort; but did you know that there are seventeen golf courses within thirty-two minutes of Old Town? Check out our Golf Community Market Report to see both Single Family Homes and Vacant Land available/sold at many of our fine golf communities in the Park City area. (Promontory Pictured Above)

Seven of these courses are private clubs located within five private gated communities, Glenwild, Promontory, Tuhaye, Red Ledges, Victory Ranch (Promontory and Red Ledges each have two golf courses). There are two other fine private courses located in Park City…Park Meadows and Jeremy Ranch.

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Our eight public golf courses are extremely well maintained and a joy to play all with the bonus of very reasonable green fees. I have personally played all but three of them and I am here to tell you that golfing in Park City area is like Heaven on Earth. Park City provides mild temperatures, well maintained greens and fabulous mountain views from every golf course.

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As I have managed private clubs for over 15 years, in several fine resort locations, it is my professional and personal opinion that you will not find a better golfing experience anywhere. Whether you wish to join an exclusive private club or play one our fine public courses, you will not be disappointed.

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If you would like to find out more about the Park City Golf Community give me a call and I would be happy to help you find your next slice of Heaven.

Summer Events in Park City

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Apr 20, 2016

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The Park City summer activities are ready for you and there is plenty to do for kids and adults. The kid camp summer roster is out in the The Park Record - Parent's Camp Guide - and it highlights most of the kid camps around town. But don't worry adults, there is a lot for us to do too.

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The Utah Olympic Park  offers year-round adventure. You can learn about the Park's unique Olympic heritage on a guided tour or by taking a ride of a lifetime on the Comet Bobsled Ride. The Utah Olympic Park offers activities for all ages and abilities: Zip, climb, slide, hike and explore Olympic history! Camps are available for kids and registration is available on-line.

Park City Mountain Resort, the largest four season destination resort in the U.S., offers you an expansive variety of summer adventures and events. In addition to fresh mountain air, Park City provides scenic gondola rides, beautiful hikes, an expansive array of mountain bike trails, live music concerts, a new golf course, horseback riding,  zip line tours and much more.

Deer Valley also has a lot of summer fun activities including: Horseback Riding, Mountain Bike School, Fly fishing, Standup Paddleboarding, Kids Adventure Camp and much more. As mentioned in our last blog, Deer Valley hosts a series of evening concerts at the Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater where you can enjoy custom gourmet picnic baskets during the concert in private chairs or on your own blanket on the grass with lovely snacks from home. Ski Magazine posted the Top 10 Reasons to Visit Deer Valley in the Summer, which is full of great activities and well worth the read.

Don't forget that the Kimball Art Center and the Egyptian Theatre both have classes and shows for every age and cool events running all summer long.

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Warm Weather is Back

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Mar 30, 2016

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Warm weather is back in Park City after 15 inches of snow from our most recent storm and the Spring skiing is better than ever. Our Licensed Assistant gets up really early each morning for running and workout classes and shared this photo with us on her way home from the Beau Collective yesterday.

On a side note, our fair town is back in the news as Park City, Utah was named #3 on Conde Nast's list of 15 best small cities in the U.S.

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There are 11 days left to hit the slopes at both Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resort, but no need to worry as the Spring Outdoor lineups are starting to come out for both resorts.

The 2016 Deer Valley Music Fest Lineup has been announced and the Utah Symphony/Utah Opera has announced its first batch of concerts for the 2016 Deer Valley® Music Festival in Park City, Utah. Highlights of the six-week music festival, which begins on July 2, 2016 and runs through August 6, 2016, include Utah Symphony performances with high-energy, new wave rock band, The B-52s; Matthew Morrison, who starred as teacher Will Schuster on TV’s “Glee”; DreamWorks Animation in Concert with scenes from favorite movies including “Home,” “Shrek,” “How to Train Your Dragon,” “Kung Fu Panda,” “Madagascar;” a tribute to the music of late rock legend David Bowie, and violinist Robert McDuffie performing Philip Glass’ The American Four Seasons.

Check out our blog next week for more activities and lineups in the Park City area and have a great week. www.realtorramoninparkcity.com

Park City Adventures

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Mar 11, 2016

I realize that I have been on a kick lately about how great Park City is, and well only because it is and that is why I have decided to do a double blog this week.  I came across this article by Fodor's  Travel and  "If anyone has seen it all, it’s the crew over at Fodor’s Travel with all their pretty (and pretty practical) guidebooks. So when they say their top pick for 2016 travel is our pride and joy, Utah, we, of course, couldn’t agree more. What does Fodor’s think is so great about this state anyway?" well Park City takes the top two spots and spot number 8. Another great read is  17 Reasons Utah is the #1 Place to Visit in the World which includes some of my favorite things to do in Utah.

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I had a great opportunity earlier this week to go snowmobiling for the first time, and I realized I found a new sport. I went out with some friends and colleagues in the field out to Wolf Creek Ranch. If you are looking for some great parcels of land with lots of property I would be more than happy to take you out to see this amazing community.

 

Since it has been such a beautiful week I also decided to take my granddaughter out for a few runs at the Canyons Village yesterday as she has a little brother coming soon and I thought we would get in one more day of skiing before Junior gets here.

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As Spring is just around the corner and road trips are on our minds, check out this article 12 Must-Do Adventures On Your Utah Road Trip. The wife and I have explored Utah and the West for years via our motorcycle and now we spend more time in the 5th wheel RV seeking adventures in our truck with our trusty dog Zorro. Before our road trips begin we are going to make the most of the snow and we hope to see you on the slopes this weekend.

Skiing In Park City With Kids

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Mar 02, 2016

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Some of my favorite experiences in Park City are with my granddaughter on the ski slopes of Park City Mountain Resort. Ana and I head out on the weekends with a snow board in one hand and a set of skis in the other. Over the years she has gotten better, more confident and faster, but her favorite runs are still the  greens. In a town of Olympic medalists, novices, and every level of skiing/snowboarding in between it is good to know that we can all have a great time together.

Lonely Planet just posted a great article - 7  Reasons to Learn to Ski in Park City and it begins with the phrase "within northern Utah’s snow-laden mountain ranges lies Park City, one of the country’s most beginner-friendly ski towns". This is great news for kids and adults alike as 12% of the trails at Park City Mountain are designated green for beginner skiers, and 27% of the trails at Deer Valley are beginner friendly. Both Park City Mountain and Deer Valley offer ski programs for all levels, but the kids programs and their attention to detail and fun are absolutely amazing. Plus, if you are a local there are discounted rates for your kiddos ski programs and if your kids are in the Park City school district there are ski programs offered via the public schools.

When you are not skiing this weekend, Park City is hosting the NorAm Cup on March 4th and 5th, check out the men's and women's skeleton at the Utah Olympic Park starting at 10 am on both days. The competition will host athletes from around the world with both up and coming to the very experienced as athletes work to start building points for the 2018 Olympics. The Utah Olympic Park is a great place to take kids as they have an interactive museum, year round activities and numerous events just for kids.

Park City is full of activities for the whole family and as Forbes Travel Guide's 16 Top Destinations For 2016 listed our lovely little town at the top of the list you know we are never short of things to do. Check out our website for more ideas on things to do in Park City and of course all things real estate.

My granddaughter wanted me to thank everyone who bought Girl Scout cookies from her this year. The wife and I like to help with the cookie drive each year and we were tickled to see  Fortune's post that Chris Rock was able to get celebrities at the Oscars to purchase $65,000 worth of cookies for his daughter during the awards ceremony. On that note, be ready for next year when Ana and I set it up a notch in our new and improved grandfather/granddaughter sales pitch.

Park City Resort Developments

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Feb 25, 2016

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On my way home from curling the other night, I thought this week we would share some information on the Park City Resort developments in the Canyons Village. Our website provides access to all the residences on the market in the greater Park City area and there are multiple ways to browse. Fortune recently named Berkshire Hathaway 4th on the World's Most Admired Companies for 2016, so we will focus on some of the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties partnered developments.

Yes, my first sentence was about curling - I have curled for a number of years and our team has done very well in the Park City Curling Club. We curl Monday nights from 8 pm to 10:30 pm in a Fall and Winter season. This past Monday was a great evening as my wife came out to take pictures of the league in action and our team played my Licensed Assistant's team. Alright, back to the developments in the Canyons Village area...

APEX RESIDENCES PARK CITY Apex Residences Park City is the newest offering at Canyons Village Park City. Located at the top of the Village, all owners can ski to, through, and from their homes, and connect easily to the Village energy.  Apex consists of 63 residences, with options of 3, 4, and 5 bedroom floor plans spanning 2000-3800 square feet, and all with private ski rooms. The 5,800 sf Clubhouse includes a 50 foot pool, 2 hot tubs, fire pit, splash pad, large workout area, expansive windows, concierge services, and a private shuttle service.

THE COLONY AT WHITE PINE CANYON The Colony is an award-winning development located in White Pine Canyon at Park City Resort. The Colony released its latest phase this past fall, The Monitor Lots (4C). With its combination of natural beauty, size, privacy, and world-class skiing and snowboarding at your doorstep, The Colony sets a new standard for on-mountain living.

HYATT CENTRIC Located at the vibrant base of Canyons Village at Park City, the Hyatt Centric Park City offers whole-ownership residences that function as second homes with all the amenities of a hotel suite. As a AAA Four Diamond ski-in/ski-out mountain resort, the Hyatt Centric Park City Residences offers owners on-mountain access and floor plans that feature large family gathering spaces, an abundance of bedrooms, and functional designs.

JUNIPER LANDING AT CANYONS VILLAGE Juniper Landing presents a ski/golf lifestyle surrounded by the excitement of Canyons Village at Park City- Vail’s newest and largest ski resort. This elegant community of town homes is located just steps from the Frostwood Gondola and nestled between the 9th and 10th fairways of the Canyons Resort Golf Course. Juniper Landing offers 2,3 & 4 bedroom residences all with en-suite bathrooms, private 2 car garages, gourmet kitchens, gas fireplaces, open design floor plans, year round Jr. Olympic heated salt water swimming pool, fitness center, 12-14 person spa, sauna and fire pit.

THE VINTAGE ON THE STRAND The Vintage on the Strand is a thoughtfully planned offering of elegant single family and townhomes in an exceptional ski-in, ski-out location at Canyons Village at Park City Mountain Resort. You can snap on your skis and glide to the gondola, walk to the Canyons Village plaza area and enjoy many biking and hiking trails out your back door. Properties range from approximately 3,500 to 4,600 square feet and 4+ bedrooms. We had clients close on one of these lovely residences just yesterday.

WALDORF ASTORIA PARK CITY AT CANYONS VILLAGE The Waldorf Astoria Park City offers whole-ownership residences. Recognized worldwide for its luxurious interiors and legendary personalized service, homeowners enjoy among other things, access (via the Frostwood Gondola) to the largest ski resort in the United States.

If you have any questions just give us a call - we look forward to speaking with you.

A Perfect Day in Park City

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Feb 18, 2016

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Park City is an amazing place, whether you are just in for the day or you live here full-time there are endless things to do. Melanie Lieberman of Travel and Leisure Magazine published 12 Perfect Hours in Park City, Utah  and this gave us an idea for our own version of a perfect Park City day...

A perfect day in Park City could start by checking out some of the local real estate with our team; our website allows you access to preview all the properties on the market in the Park City area. Next, enjoy an outdoor activity like skiing, hiking, snow shoeing, sledding, touring our Olympic Park for a luge or bobsled experience or walking on Main Street - the possibilities are endless. When it is time for lunch check out Silver Star Cafe, it was just named Park City's Best-kept Dining Secret by USA TODAY. If you are downtown and looking for a good bar, No Name Saloon and High West Distillery  were both recently listed in the Top 5 of the 10 Best Apres-ski Bar Winners As Chosen by the Readers of USA Today for 2016.

Another place to visit during your afternoon adventure would be one of Park City's newest businesses, Park City Brewery, which Business Insider posted as one of  The 10 best breweries in American ski towns . Park City Brewery was started by a few locals who love the outdoors and beer, of course.   Their Tap Room menu boasts a cheese inspired collection of plates and their Megamind Pub Quiz Trivia Night is popular with locals and tourists.

As the sun starts to set, wrap up your day with one of the upcoming music events here in town or check out the lively nightlife on Main Street.

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And when you are ready to turn in for the evening and reflect on a great day, take a moment to peruse the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties 2015 Market Report and feel free to ask us any questions about your next home here in Park City.

The Magic of Park City

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Feb 04, 2016

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There's Magic Here, and when you visit Park City you know you have come to someplace special. Meisha Lawson's article There's Magic Here elaborates on the feeling you get when you come to Park City. We have many clients who have bought a home in the Park City area after visiting for a holiday, Sundance or coming to see friends.

Karen and Steve have been coming to Park City for years and are now in the process of finding their new home away from home. Karen Pecota is an accomplished writer and has been writing about the Sundance Film Festival and Slamdance for a number of years. Check out our future blogs for some of Karen's upcoming work.

The Winter Edition of Epic Life 2015-2016 has shared some impressive stats on Vail Resorts and their update/remodel of the Park City Mountain Resort. Vail Resorts spent $50 million dollars in this investment that covers 7,300 acres and 17 peaks. Park City Mountain Resort has 38 lifts with 34,400 total vertical feet of all lifts combined, 16 on-mountain restaurants and a 22 foot high halfpipe. There are 38 snowcats at work with 480 snowmaking guns on hand.

Inc. posted an article the other day on Park City called This tiny Mountain Town is Home to Multimillion-Dollar Startups. Inc. shares that in a city of fewer than 8,000 people well-known to ski bums and film buffs, its entrepreneurs are cultivating their own reputations.

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Park City Market in the New Year

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Jan 14, 2016

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As the New Year is officially in full swing I wanted to share some of the Park City stats and some videos of the different neighborhoods.

Old Town Park City has Single Family homes ranging from $435,000 - $15,000,000, Condominiums from $150,000 -$2,400,000 and Homesites from $249,000 - $3,499,000 (numbers change regularly). Main Street hosts several events including the Kimball Arts Festival, Savor the Summit, the Independence Day Parade, Halloween for the whole Family, and just around the corner - Sundance. Check out this video for a

Sundance January 21-31, 2016

By Ramon Gomez, Jr.
Jan 06, 2016

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Sundance is only a couple of weeks away and with all the visitors in town it is a great time to be a local. Locals can purchase special tickets and packages with access to all the great perks of the Sundance Film Festival. All the locals packages are sold out, but the locals single ticket sale starts January 14th. The sale runs from January 14-15 and starts at 10 am on January 14 - online only - and ends at 4 pm on January 15th. You must provide either a Utah driver's license or Utah state ID at time of ticket pickup.

One of the best parts of Sundance for me is that while the movies are running from early in the morning to late at night the ski resorts are almost empty. This is one of my favorite times of the year to snowboard as you feel as though the mountain is just for you.

This is also a great time to check out homes on the market. The Gomez Team is here all of Sundance for your real estate needs, just give us a call or send us an email. See you on the mountain.

 
 
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