Ski Vacation Off-Day Activities

Ski vacations can be fun for the whole family, but what are you supposed to do when your legs are tired and you want a day off? Fortunately, in Park City the options are nearly endless. Here are a couple of great ideas that are sure to please the whole family.

Head over to Gorgoza Park located just off of Interstate 80 in Parley’s Summit for some lift-serviced tubing! It’s a great way to keep the kids outside, while still allowing them to rest their little legs.


Spa Treatments
Give your legs a break, kick back, and let the pampering begin. Park City has many spa options. After all, what is a ski vacation with out a day of pampering? Head up to the Spa Montage in Deer Valley for a day of five star rest and relaxation – sit by the pool and/​or indulge in a massage. If you’re looking for something right in town, head to Align Spa in Prospector – one of our preferred partners. For a full list of their services check out the websites below:

(435) 6041300
(435) 6479300

Food Tours
Partaking in a Park City Food Tour is a great way to experience some of Park City’s finest cuisine. Visit a handful of Main Street restaurants all in one evening, and let the guides show you around town. These tours include some great historical insight as well. Visit www​.parkc​i​ty​food​tours​.com to find out more information and to book your tour.

Snowmobiling Tours
Do you have a need for speed and adventure? If yes, then a Red Pine Adventures snowmobile tour is the thing for you! Give your tired ski legs a rest and explore Park City’s beautiful backcountry via snowmobile. Red Pine adventures can be reached at (435) 6499445 or www​.red​pine​tours​.com.

It is always fun to learn about the history of the city you are visiting. Today, Park City is known for its world-class ski resorts, but its history is not to be missed! There are many neat facts about how Park City came to be, and its transition from a once booming mining town, to one of America’s favorite ski towns. Check out the Park City Museum, located at 528 Main Street in Old Town Park City. For more information, visit www​.parkc​i​ty​his​to​ry​.org.

After spending a day or two off the slopes, you’ll not only feel rejuvenated, but you’ll also have about as much knowledge of Park City as the locals do!

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