Park City Summer Travel During Covid-19
On May 22, Park City entered the Low Risk Phase of Utah’s COVID-19 recovery, which means that all businesses can open and operate with some precautions. For travelers seeking to maintain social distance, Park City is a great choice with wide open space, endless mountain trails and plenty of blue sky. While our Resorts are hopeful about reopening their mountain operations this summer, it is too early to announce specific opening dates or activities, but we will keep you all posted as we receive updates.
When you're ready to travel again, Park City Resort Lodging is ready to welcome you to Park City with enhanced operations and cleaning protocols to give you peace of mind while enjoying your Park City vacation. While many Summer 2020 events have been delayed or cancelled, many activities are still available to explore. Biking, hiking, golfing and walks on the miles of scenic paths offered throughout Park City are just a few activities currently available in Park City. Here are some of our favorite ways to social distance in Park City:
Explore our Trails.
The easiest way to stay socially distant in Park City is on our trails. We have over 400 miles of trails to explore, from the flat, family-friendly paths to our high elevation mountain biking trails. Grab your backpack and your boots! Enjoy a leisurely stroll on the Rail Trail or take a walk on the wild side along the more challenging terrain of the Mid-Mountain Trail.
Mountain biking and hiking may be the most popular summer-time sports in Park City; it’s no wonder with over 400 miles of trails to explore throughout Park City. Both the Mid Mountain and Flying Dog trails are recognized as IMBA Epic Trails. Vist mountaintrails.org to find out more about our trails.
Pack a Picnic
Cook up a basket of your signature dishes or take a curbside delivery of gourmet delights. Then, head into nature for an unforgettable social distance Park City picnic.
Enjoy a leisurely stroll on the Rail Trail or take a walk on the wild side along the more challenging terrain of the Mid-Mountain Trail. The Park City area offers over 150 miles of public trails to accommodate families as well as the extreme hiking enthusiast.
Park City features panoramic views, fresh mountain air and an impressive selection of emerald-green golf courses. Choose from the Park City Golf Club (now open) or the new Canyons Village Golf Course (opening soon), both offering a challenging game at the state’s most enviable locations.
When you’re ready to travel again, we’re here to help.
Published on Thursday, May 28, 2020