There are many reasons you may be planning a guys’ journey to Park City, and although the reasons behind the journey do not matter, the adventures you choose to experience during your visit and the property you choose to shelter you during your stay are vital. Park City Hotels understands what guys want and provides the comforts men need with this guide to a masculine adventure and Park City trip you will never forget helps take any stress out of the planning!
Day 1: Getting Acclimated
Your first day may be a shorter one as all your buds arrive in to town at different times, but once you have explored the amenities of your Park City Hotels sanctuary and chosen the room each guest will make his own, chances are everyone will be ready for a big meal to celebrate their first night in town! Park City Roadhouse Grill, located at 1900 Park Avenue, is a moderately priced microbrewery serving craft beers, specialty cocktails, and delicious pub grub that will appeal to every man at the table! Closing relatively early, at 9 PM, the group can eat, drink, be merry and return home for an early night, in preparation for an early beginning in the morning!
Day 2: Rise and Shine!
A summer journey to Park City has to include an early morning fly fishing adventure and Park City on the Fly has been offering guided fly fishing trips for over 21 years, taking anglers to the spots where the fish are always biting. Offering half-day and full-day fishing expeditions that are all-inclusive, you and your friends don’t have to fill your suitcases with reels, waders, or any other fishing gear for your water adventures. Reservations can be made by calling 435-210-6371.
Day 3: The Slopes Await
If your visit is a winter one, your next day may be best spent on the slopes of the mountains that have made our town one of the world’s most popular winter destination spots. Offering two ski resorts you can choose the one that is closest to your Park City Hotels seasonal sanctuary or you can alternate resorts throughout your stay. Park City Mountain Resort offers skiing and snowboarding opportunities, but Deer Valley Ski Resort is a ski only resort; both resorts provide hundreds of skiable acres and an experience that is unforgettable.
Day 4: The Best of Both Worlds
Any season is the best season to walk in the steps of future and past Olympians at Utah Olympic Park! Located at 3419 Olympic Parkway, the Park was the site of the 2002 winter Olympics and today is still used as a training site for future stars. Summer visitors can experience the Alpine Slide and scenic chairlift rides, winter visitors can get a taste of what Olympic bobsledders may have experienced during their time “in the sun” with its bobsled experience that only takes place in the winter months.
Day 5: Fun on Two Wheels
These men you have known most of your life have a taste for adventure and mountain biking is one that everyone will enjoy during a summer visit. Explore mountain trails at breakneck speeds, including the Wasatch Crest Trail and the Lost Prospector Trail in the Deer Valley Resort ski area. If your journey occurs during the winter months, however, that doesn’t mean you have to skip the bike ride, as snow biking is becoming a popular winter activity as well. The bikes are a little different, with the tires being much fatter but the excitement and fun will be the same; just a little colder! The Historic Rail Trail that connects to the heart of Park City offers 6 miles of groomed trails during the winter months and can be reached from the White Pine Touring Nordic Center, located at 1541 Thaynes Canyon Drive.
Day 6: The Last Night of Your Park City Trip
On the sixth day, the last night of your stay should be spent celebrating the fun you have had this week and the Cabin, located at 427 Main Street, offers the ideal spot to do just that. Chill, relaxing, and providing live music many nights of the week, you and your friends can drink a few beers and discuss the success of your Park City journey, perhaps begin planning another one in the near future.
Day 7: Do You Really Have to Go?
This Park City weekend getaway has been a wild adventure but unfortunately, all good times must come to an end. If you have someone waiting for you back home, however, you may want to take a little time and visit some of the gift shops that can be found in historic downtown Park City and pick up a little something to show you were thinking about them! All the shops are special but we think you will find just what you need with a visit to Pine, located at 442 Main Street, ensuring that your return will be most appreciated!
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