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Whether you are a Park City Local or you are a first timer here in town, you will find that time and time again, people are captivated by the luxurious fine dining options in town. This is particularly true in the cultural hotbed of Main Street in the center of Park City. To get a taste of some of the unique fine dining found throughout the town, take part in one of the amazing Park City dining tours. These tours happen throughout the week and take you to some favorite dining spots throughout the area.

The first dining tour takes place at 5 pm on Thursday and is called the Gold Dust Tour. A ticket to this tour priced at $85 gets you a taste of the best of the best in famous Park City dining. This unique opportunity presents establishments of the highest quality, proven from the professional staff (chef’s, waiters, managers, etc.) and by the presentation of the incredible ambiance. This tour gives the tourist a great blend of the tastes of Park City.

On Saturday at 3:15 pm you can be a part of the Platinum Tour, which focuses primarily on fine dining on Main Street. This tour features an incredible variety of restaurants which all strive to present a unique taste of their establishment. The guide of your dining tour is sure to bring your culinary adventure to the next level by pointing you in the right direction towards some amazing foods and experiences all the while informing you of stories of history and culture of the Main Street area. At $78 dollars per ticket, this is a one of a kind opportunity for a great price!

The final tour is the Silver Strike Tour on Tuesday starting at 5 pm. This tour is more focused on providing a fun time at some classic establishments on Maine Street. This awesome night out on the town is complete with anecdotes from each of the four sit down restaurants that you will visit, as well as from your tour guide. Experience a night in Park City like never before at some of the best restaurants in town for $72 a ticket.

If you enjoy quality food prepared by good people in a great atmosphere, then come out this year to one of these amazing dining tours where you can get a unique taste of Park City! Please call Park City Rental Properties to learn more about these tours and events like them.

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With summer coming to a close and fall rolling in, the prime time of ski season is just around the corner! How are you preparing for your favorite time of year? Perhaps you are getting some new gear so you can hit the slopes in style. Or maybe you are researching for the most sought-after locations to find some of the best snow. While these are quality preseason rituals, there is one offseason must that cannot be overlooked. Getting in quality shape for the season is essential in assuring that you have the best experience possible.

 

Dry land fitness techniques are a great way to give yourself that edge you need on the slopes. When doing these offseason exercises, it is important to find a good working balance among muscle groups from your legs to your core, shoulders and everything in between. Great fitness for skiers is not necessarily about being able to lift a lot of weight. It is about striking equilibrium between strength, endurance, and balance. This is achieved through deliberate exercises, which target the muscles that will provide all that to you. Because of the heavy emphasis on stamina in skiing, much of the recommended exercises are focused towards lower weight and higher reps.

 

If you are trying to make the most out of your ski adventure, then you simply must hit the slopes in the best shape possible! This allows for you to go faster and harder for longer while minimizing your risk for injury. Many of you have been skiing long enough to know that there is risk involved and it is not uncommon for skiers to sustain minor to very severe injuries. Prevention of this type of thing starts right now in the offseason, and while no one is immune to a ski injury, the best prepared are the best off when it comes time to tear it up. Whether you are skiing some of the most intense runs you can find or making your name on the bunny hill, the skier who puts in more work in the offseason will get more out of their experience. Don’t wait all year until you are out on those slopes to work on your skiing, start working today and make the most out of that trip.

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While heading to the Jordanalle for an exciting day on the boat I had an unusual encounter with a friendly moose. Even though moose sightings happen quite frequently in Park City it is still a great sight to see. This time I happened to be on the freeway (luckily no one was behind me)! As I turned onto the off ramp I saw him on the side of the freeway. As I slowed down to try to persuade him to safety he decided to run next to me for a little competitive exercise. As you can see in the Video below I was able to herd him onto the mountain where I presume he went home to his fellow moose family.

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