Posts Categorized: Park City Lifestyle

Got kids? Summer Camp Options Abound

Even though a few more snowy days can be expected in Park City before school ends, it’s time to start planning for summer camp. Let’s face it: There’s no such thing as a lazy summer for Park City kids, and with options that exercise both the mind and body, there’s a camp destined to fit… Read more »

Business Spotlight: Hugo Coffee Roasters

  Hugo Coffee Roasters is a start up, Park City-based coffee roaster that aims to please their customers and better the lives of animals. Now that’s a mission us Parkites can get behind! Hugo Coffee’s goal is to support dog rescue by roasting superior fair trade organic coffee for their online, retail and wholesale customers…. Read more »

Local Luxuries: Park City-Made Treats

I’m always searching for well-crafted, delightful products for any number of occasions, from birthday presents for friends to unique “little somethings” for client gift baskets. And with Valentine’s Day looming, I’m also searching for modest indulgences to give to the people I love. Luckily for me, the maxim “Shop Local” is easy to abide here… Read more »

Business Spotlight: Oak + Willow Yoga + Wellness Studio

Did you know that 36 million Americans practice yoga? Indeed, yoga is more popular than ever. From 2012-2016, the number of yogis in the U.S. doubled, and there are some 6,000 studios across the U.S. Here in Park City, we have several different yoga studios, plus yoga classes offered at numerous gyms. I think it’s safe… Read more »

Business Spotlight: Storm Cycles

About five years ago, Storm Cycles became the first year-round bike shop in Kimball Junction. The locals behind the shop include Todd Henneman, fresh off a 25-year tenure at JANS, and husband-and-wife team Juan Patterson and Lauri Bilawa. Juan also comes from a lifelong career working with bikes, and originally moved to Park City with… Read more »

5 Weekend Ski Getaways from Park City

There are so many reasons to take a weekend ski trip. One is that many of our passes—from the Epic to the Ikon—include days at other resorts, and sometimes even lodging discounts. Another is that sometimes, we need to get out of town when insanity (aka Sundance) strikes our grocery stores and roads. And doesn’t… Read more »

Property Film Alert: A Glimpse into 3099 Mountain Ridge Court

Completed in 2014, this unparalleled design by Clive Bridgwater comes alive when paired with the discerning design aesthetic of the owner. This home was intentionally constructed to maximize the 180-degree views spanning from the Uintas, across the Park Meadows golf course, to Deer Valley Resort’s Bald Mountain. Museum-quality finishes, a refined attention to detail, exclusive… Read more »

10 Ways Locals Can Sundance in 2019

The annual Sundance Film Festival can be a love-it-or-hate-it event. Originally called the Utah/US Film Festival, Sundance first struck Park City in August of 1978 and was in part spearheaded by Robert Redford. Today, it’s one of the biggest events in Utah and draws film industry members and filmgoers from all over the world—well over… Read more »