Fall in Park City is Brief But Stunning: Colorful Paradise Slideshow

This year, we’re already seeing what looks like will be a great snow year. Snow started early this fall in Park City, from as early as late September when the leavers were still green, through early-mid October when the leaves were starting to turn red. It was simply stunning. The leaves are mostly gone now but I thought you would enjoy these great images from local photographer Kyle Jenkins who’s on the marketing team at Summit Southeby’s where I’m a broker, for your enjoyment.


As I speak, the snow line is down to town, and on we’re already seeing dozens of great photos of deep powder shots from those who are willing to hike. Brighton and Solitude ski area opened this morning, and Snowbird and Alta in the Cottonwood Canyons will be opening soon. The resorts in Park City will also be opening shortly. Click here to see a complete list of ski area openings on the Ski Utah site. We’re pretty excited about it!

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