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Variety Rules at the Park City Farmer’s Market

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Park City just opened its famous Farmer’s Market for 2014 at the Canyons Ski Resort on June 6. If you missed opening day, don’t worry, because the Farmer’s Market will be back every Wednesday from 12:00 noon until 6:00 p.m. this summer for more fun and frolic.

Each year, Canyons hosts the Park City Farmer’s Market, where you can stop by and enjoy fresh produce, live music, baked breads, and arts and crafts—all from local growers and vendors.

Don’t forget to stop by the Canyons Resort, located just outside of Kimball Junction where you can stock up on some fresh produce, fish, cheeses, and all kinds of baked goods. The fun takes place every Wednesday at the Cabriolet Parking lot. The Cabriolet lift also stays open during the summer season so that people can enjoy shopping and dining around the resort area. This year, the Farmer’s Market will feature over 100 vendors.

Located about five miles up the road from Canyons, Park City also hosts the Park Silly Sunday Market where you can enjoy a full day of fun while strolling up and down historic Main Street.

Beginning on June 21, you can take part in a Reggae Dance Class from 10:00 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. After that, sit back, relax and enjoy the sounds of BD Howes, The Hauz Performance, and Tony Holliday and the Velvetones on the main stage.

Held every Sunday from June 8 through September 21, the festival takes place between 10:00 a.m., and 5:00 p.m., where you and your family can enjoy plenty of fun outdoor activities, including live music, a farmer’s market, beer gardens, arts and crafts, gourmet foods from local restaurants, and plenty of other fun things to do all day. Your kids will love the free Park Silly Bouncy Houses, Rock on Rock Climbing Wall, and the Hula Hoop Zone.

The Park Silly Sunday Market celebrates its seventh year on Historic Main Street, as a fun, open-air market and street festival, featuring local and regional vendors and artists.

The market features lots of local relics and treasure, live music, and plenty of activities for you and your family. There’s also plenty of discounted lodging available within walking distance of the market where you can find the perfect accommodations for you and your family. Park City also offers free shuttle service from the Park City Mountain Resort area.

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For the past 12 years, Summit Land Conservancy has been working to preserve the beautiful lands of Northern Utah. This nonprofit organization now holds over 2600 acres of land across Summit County, which features the Park City area.

What is the Goal?

Summit Land Conservancy forms mutual relationships with local landowners to permanently protect the pristine lands of Northern Utah. The nonprofit organization does so by raising money in the local communities of Park City and through generous donators across the country. With its fundraising, land is purchased, easements are made, and maintenance is performed to ensure an ongoing legacy of beautiful undeveloped landscapes.

Why is this Important?

Summit County is home to various wildlife and contains the important Weber River Basin. With 50 miles of the Weber River traveling through Summit County, it is essential to keep this area protected for aesthetic, economical, and ecological reasons. For this reason, much of the land protected by Summit Land Conservancy runs along the Weber River and its tributaries. Provided are some of the most important reasons behind Summit Land Conservancy’s efforts.

Next time you go fishing along the Weber River or go hiking through Mid Mountain Trail, be sure to absorb the natural beauty of this surreal area. If you would like to get involved with the mission of Summit Land Conservancy donations and volunteers are always welcome to take part in preserving the beautiful lands of Northern Utah.

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I am an outdoor enthusiast, parent of two awesome boys, and Property Manager in beautiful Park City, Utah. After years in engineering and entrepreneurial projects, I decided to move to Park City Utah to start a business managing lodging and vacation rentals.

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Mountain Biking at Deer Valley

Whether you’re a mountain biking pro or a first-timer, Park City is the place to be this summer if you want to do some mountain biking. According to the International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA), Park City is the best place in the world to mountain bike. With that said, IMBA has awarded Park City as the only Gold Level Rider Center, putting it ahead of amazing locations like: Taupo, New Zealand; Livigno, Italy; and Oakridge Oregon.

Why is Park City the Best for Mountain Biking?

Between the fresh mountain air, the countless hiking and biking trails, the three world class mountain resorts, and the fun town and culture, it is not too hard to understand why Park City, Utah is the best place to hop on a seat and start pedaling. At this beautiful Utah community, guests and residents have access to over 400 miles of hiking/biking trails right at their fingertips. Many of the best trails are accessible throughout the three mountain resorts: Park City Mountain Resort, Deer Valley Mountain Resort, and Canyons Resort. At each of these resorts, the lifts will be running for scenic and transportation purposes. Guests will be able to connect their bike to the lift and sit back and relax until they reach the top of the slope. From this point guests can choose a path and have smooth or rough riding (depending on preference) all the way back down through their selected trail.

If you are unfamiliar with the trails or just biking in general, do not worry! Park City would not be considered the best mountain biking location in the world if it did not know how to accommodate for everyone. For those who are new to biking, many local organizations provide helpful lessons with well-trained instructors who will teach you everything you need to know on how to stay safe and have fun on the trails. Maps and guided bike tours are also available.

Have Fun This Summer

There is nothing like zipping through dirt trails in the stunning mountains of Park City. For guest convenience, bike rentals, free shuttle rides, lift tickets, and great lodging deals are available at various locations throughout Park City. When you are ready to call it a day, you can enjoy a nice dinner at the 100+ dining locations in Old Town or engage in one of the various events or activities this thriving community has to offer. For the ultimate mountain biking experience this summer, come check out Park City!

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