It’s hard to define what on-mountain is and what in-town is in Park City because the ski bridge and Town Lift literally link the gap between downtown Park City and the slopes of Park City Mountain Resort. Nearly everything is technically ski in, ski out in Park City because you ski into the heart of downtown. With that said, you can bet that there a lot off-mountain things to do in Park City and experience that you might feel that that aren't enough hours in the day.
The Flying Eagle Zip Line soars above the slopes in Park City, the lift-accessed Gorgoza Tubing Park allows for kids and adults to inner tube down the mountain, the Alpine Coaster is 4,000 feet of high-speed twists and turns, there are miles of loops throughout Park City for Nordic skiers, and those are just a few examples of all that’s on-tap for Park City outdoor activities.
With so many National Historic Register buildings in this Victorian mining town, part of downtown Park City’s charm is its storied history. Under the mountain you can explore a thousand miles of mining trails on a Park City Mine Adventure, and there are a handful of must-see museums for history buffs. Fashion boutiques and name-brand stores that normally stick to cities line the streets, and restaurants and cafes, bars and nightclubs are tucked into every nook and cranny throughout downtown Park City.
The Egyptian Theater is home to most of the internationally famed Park City Sundance Film Festival. And, there’s always some must-see show or film screening at the historic theater. The Park City Film Series runs throughout the year and brings the best of independent films, documentaries, and world cinema to Park City.