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Park City, Utah

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Park City, Utah was originally founded in 1869 as a silver mining town. As the silver mining industry dried up, the locals had to find other ways to bring revenue to the area. As early as the 1920s, miners were known to ski in the area, taking advantage of the mining infrastructure to make their way up and down the mountains. By the 1960s, ski resorts began to open up and the area became known as a skiing mecca. But the city leaders at the time would be surprised at how well the area would eventually do. Park City also became home to the Sundance Film Festival, America's largest independent film festival, which has given the town international prominence. In 2002, when nearby Salt Lake City was chosen to host the Winter Olympic Games, many of the events and celebrations were held in Park City.

Today, the area is known not just for skiing in the winter but for other recreational pursuits year round such as hiking and biking. The downtown area is filled with high end shopping and restaurants that serve tourists that include everyone from athletes to celebrities. Most of the shops and restaurants are along Main Street in the heart of Park City's business district. Park City is located about 32 miles east of Salt Lake City in Summit County, Utah. The city is located in the Wasatch Back region in the Rocky Mountains, which is different from the Wasatch Front region, which includes Utah's most populous cities. The Wasatch Back sits on the eastern side of the Wasatch Range, while the Wasatch Front sits on the western side. Other Main Street areas in the state of Utah include the City of Ogden, as well as the 9th and 9th area in Salt Lake City and Gardner Village in West Jordan.

Photo Gallery Tour

When we first got to Park City, Utah, we parked at the Transit Center and got this view of the skyline.  Park City is known for its skiing.  We were there in September so there wasn't any snow in the mountains.  Visitors also enjoy Park City in the summer months for its cooler weather in the higher elevations.  They have plenty of outdoor activities and of course, a great downtown.
When we first got to Park City, Utah, we parked at the Transit Center and got this view of the skyline. Park City is known for its skiing. We were there in September so there wasn't any snow in the mountains. Visitors also enjoy Park City in the summer months for its cooler weather in the higher elevations. They have plenty of outdoor activities and of course, a great downtown.
Here is the Park City Transit Center that overlooks the Park City downtown area.  This is where we parked and also where I got the skyline views.  This is where many people arrive in Park City.  You'll also find public restrooms here.  Let's head to Main Street in Park City's downtown.
Here is the Park City Transit Center that overlooks the Park City downtown area. This is where we parked and also where I got the skyline views. This is where many people arrive in Park City. You'll also find public restrooms here. Let's head to Main Street in Park City's downtown.
We'll start our tour of Park City on the southern end of town and work our way north.  Park City's Main Street is Main Street.  The large building in this shot is the Treasure Mountain Inn, Park City's first modern hotel, built in 1963.  It was built while the city was transitioning from a silver mining industry to a ski tourism industry.
We'll start our tour of Park City on the southern end of town and work our way north. Park City's Main Street is Main Street. The large building in this shot is the Treasure Mountain Inn, Park City's first modern hotel, built in 1963. It was built while the city was transitioning from a silver mining industry to a ski tourism industry.
We continue heading north along Main Street.  The building on the far left is a cocktail lounge and live music venue named after Porter Rockwell.  He was nicknamed Old Port and labeled "The Destroying Angel of Mormondom" and was a bodyguard and personal friend of Joseph Smith.
We continue heading north along Main Street. The building on the far left is a cocktail lounge and live music venue named after Porter Rockwell. He was nicknamed Old Port and labeled "The Destroying Angel of Mormondom" and was a bodyguard and personal friend of Joseph Smith.
More shops along Main Street.  The red brick building with the yellow sign in the middle is known as the Bardsley Building.  It was built in 1925 by Dr. William J. Bardsley for his local medical practice.  Brick was used so as to be less vulnerable to the several fires that would ravage the mining town.
More shops along Main Street. The red brick building with the yellow sign in the middle is known as the Bardsley Building. It was built in 1925 by Dr. William J. Bardsley for his local medical practice. Brick was used so as to be less vulnerable to the several fires that would ravage the mining town.
More shops and restaurants along Main Street.  The brick building to the left of the Firewood restaurant is known as the Giacoma Building.  It was constructed in 1926.  The brick was to help prevent against fires and was also representative of how Park City transitioned from a mining camp to a permanent community.
More shops and restaurants along Main Street. The brick building to the left of the Firewood restaurant is known as the Giacoma Building. It was constructed in 1926. The brick was to help prevent against fires and was also representative of how Park City transitioned from a mining camp to a permanent community.
Here is a view looking north up Main Street.  In the 1960s, the city moved from a silver mining industry to a ski tourism industry when silver mining was no longer economically feasible.  Miners were already skiing in the area for several decades using underground trains and shafts to gain access to the mountains.
Here is a view looking north up Main Street. In the 1960s, the city moved from a silver mining industry to a ski tourism industry when silver mining was no longer economically feasible. Miners were already skiing in the area for several decades using underground trains and shafts to gain access to the mountains.
This is the Egyptian Theater, built in 1926 and designed to seat 400 and able to accommodate both movies and vaudeville.  Today, The Egyptian still shows movies and shows.  In fact, it is home to the Sundance Film Festival, which is held every January in Park City and is a major contributor to Park City and Utah's economy.
This is the Egyptian Theater, built in 1926 and designed to seat 400 and able to accommodate both movies and vaudeville. Today, The Egyptian still shows movies and shows. In fact, it is home to the Sundance Film Festival, which is held every January in Park City and is a major contributor to Park City and Utah's economy.
More shops and restaurants as we continue up Main Street.  The one story building on the left is known as The Golden Rule Store.  It was built in 1909 and was originally occupied by the Golden Rule Store, part of a chain of clothing and variety stores owned by J.C. Penny.  After that it was a Safeway before becoming another grocery store and then becoming a bar and restaurant.
More shops and restaurants as we continue up Main Street. The one story building on the left is known as The Golden Rule Store. It was built in 1909 and was originally occupied by the Golden Rule Store, part of a chain of clothing and variety stores owned by J.C. Penny. After that it was a Safeway before becoming another grocery store and then becoming a bar and restaurant.
A row of shops along Main Street.  The condos above those shops go for over a million dollars.  In just a few short decades Park City has gone from a down on its luck mining town to a chic ski resort.  Many of the shopping and dining options in town also serve a high end crowd as well.
A row of shops along Main Street. The condos above those shops go for over a million dollars. In just a few short decades Park City has gone from a down on its luck mining town to a chic ski resort. Many of the shopping and dining options in town also serve a high end crowd as well.
More shops and boutiques as we get to the corner of Main Street and 4th Street.  Many stores here also cater to outdoor pursuits.  In the summer months, folks come up from nearby Salt Lake City, which is only about 32 miles away.  Outdoor activities can include hiking and biking.  And don't forget the shopping, dining, and nightlife in downtown Park City.
More shops and boutiques as we get to the corner of Main Street and 4th Street. Many stores here also cater to outdoor pursuits. In the summer months, folks come up from nearby Salt Lake City, which is only about 32 miles away. Outdoor activities can include hiking and biking. And don't forget the shopping, dining, and nightlife in downtown Park City.
We were here in September and visiting Salt Lake City where it was much warmer.  Although the conditions were not right for skiing, people still enjoy visiting Park City to get out of the hot Salt Lake City weather.  Park City lies higher than 7,000 feet above sea level while Salt Lake City is about 4,300 feet, which can lead to a 20 degree difference in temperature.
We were here in September and visiting Salt Lake City where it was much warmer. Although the conditions were not right for skiing, people still enjoy visiting Park City to get out of the hot Salt Lake City weather. Park City lies higher than 7,000 feet above sea level while Salt Lake City is about 4,300 feet, which can lead to a 20 degree difference in temperature.
Park City features many art galleries and many restaurants showcasing a wide array of cuisine.  The building on the left is the Frankel Building.  The original building was leveled in the great fire of 1898 and the lot stood empty until 1907 when merchant Julius Frankel built a one-story brick structure here to be used as a clothing store for many years.
Park City features many art galleries and many restaurants showcasing a wide array of cuisine. The building on the left is the Frankel Building. The original building was leveled in the great fire of 1898 and the lot stood empty until 1907 when merchant Julius Frankel built a one-story brick structure here to be used as a clothing store for many years.
Here at the corner of Main Street and 4th Street we see a coffee shop, ice cream shop, and more stores.  Rising up in the background are mountains with houses built on them all with spectacular views of Park City and the area.
Here at the corner of Main Street and 4th Street we see a coffee shop, ice cream shop, and more stores. Rising up in the background are mountains with houses built on them all with spectacular views of Park City and the area.
On the left, we see Miner's Park and a statue of a miner examining a piece of rock cored from the earth.  In this park, they have live music, and each evening, they kick off a nightly ghost tour.  The brick building behind the miner is known as the Oak Saloon and was constructed in 1922 as an addition to the original Oak Saloon that was eventually destroyed by a fire.
On the left, we see Miner's Park and a statue of a miner examining a piece of rock cored from the earth. In this park, they have live music, and each evening, they kick off a nightly ghost tour. The brick building behind the miner is known as the Oak Saloon and was constructed in 1922 as an addition to the original Oak Saloon that was eventually destroyed by a fire.
As we head further north along Main Street, we pass by more eateries and more boutique stores, some of which, such as these in this plaza, serve a higher end clientele.
As we head further north along Main Street, we pass by more eateries and more boutique stores, some of which, such as these in this plaza, serve a higher end clientele.
We continue heading north on Main Street past shops and restaurants.  Many of the buildings reflect that mining town architecture, including the brick facades that make them more resistant to fire.
We continue heading north on Main Street past shops and restaurants. Many of the buildings reflect that mining town architecture, including the brick facades that make them more resistant to fire.
This is originally known as the War Veterans Memorial Building, which finished construction in 1940 in the Art Deco style.  Today the building is used for Park City Live, a venue for live music.
This is originally known as the War Veterans Memorial Building, which finished construction in 1940 in the Art Deco style. Today the building is used for Park City Live, a venue for live music.
Here we see an Irish Pub that has made interesting use of curb space on Main Street to give folks more outside dining options.  This building originally served as a candy and sporting goods store.  By the 1940s it was known as the Orange Blossom Confectionery.  Compared to many buildings in Park City, this one is unique in its stamped Victorian detailing.
Here we see an Irish Pub that has made interesting use of curb space on Main Street to give folks more outside dining options. This building originally served as a candy and sporting goods store. By the 1940s it was known as the Orange Blossom Confectionery. Compared to many buildings in Park City, this one is unique in its stamped Victorian detailing.
We see a BBQ joint and an art gallery along Main Street as we continue heading north in Park City, Utah.
We see a BBQ joint and an art gallery along Main Street as we continue heading north in Park City, Utah.
This brick building is known as The Alamo due to its resemblance to another famous building.  It was built in 1905 by the M.S. Ashiem Merchantile Company in a Spanish colonial revival style with Queen Ann brick work.  It had been used by the Utah Independent Telephone Company, Utah Power & Light Company offices, a bowling alley, and a liquor store, before becoming a bar today.
This brick building is known as The Alamo due to its resemblance to another famous building. It was built in 1905 by the M.S. Ashiem Merchantile Company in a Spanish colonial revival style with Queen Ann brick work. It had been used by the Utah Independent Telephone Company, Utah Power & Light Company offices, a bowling alley, and a liquor store, before becoming a bar today.
Here we see the Main Street location of Park City, Utah's Post Office.  Park City is located in the Wasatch Back region in the Rocky Mountains, which is different from the Wasatch Front region, which includes Utah's most populous cities.  The Wasatch Back sits on the eastern side of the Wasatch Range, while the Wasatch Front sits on the western side.
Here we see the Main Street location of Park City, Utah's Post Office. Park City is located in the Wasatch Back region in the Rocky Mountains, which is different from the Wasatch Front region, which includes Utah's most populous cities. The Wasatch Back sits on the eastern side of the Wasatch Range, while the Wasatch Front sits on the western side.
Across the street, someone strolls past while walking a dog, shopping bag in hand.  We see several boutiques, a home design store, art gallery, and a t-shirt shop.
Across the street, someone strolls past while walking a dog, shopping bag in hand. We see several boutiques, a home design store, art gallery, and a t-shirt shop.
We make it to the intersection of Main Street and 5th Street.  The sign in this photo also calls it Trappers Way.  We see another restaurant & pub on the corner with outdoor seating on two levels, including interesting use of fenced-off on-street space for eating.
We make it to the intersection of Main Street and 5th Street. The sign in this photo also calls it Trappers Way. We see another restaurant & pub on the corner with outdoor seating on two levels, including interesting use of fenced-off on-street space for eating.
A wide variety of businesses here, including a coffee house and a men's clothing store.  The building on the far left was the Summit County Sheriff's Office built in 1905.  Because the county sheriff was not based in Park City the office was not often used.  Eventually the structure was turned over to private hands.
A wide variety of businesses here, including a coffee house and a men's clothing store. The building on the far left was the Summit County Sheriff's Office built in 1905. Because the county sheriff was not based in Park City the office was not often used. Eventually the structure was turned over to private hands.
Across the street, we see the other corner of Main Street and 5th Street.  The plaque on the brick building commemorates Park City's Olympic Winter Games Celebrations.  The Salt Lake City Winter Olympic Games were held in February of 2002 and many events were held in Park City, giving the area an economic boost.
Across the street, we see the other corner of Main Street and 5th Street. The plaque on the brick building commemorates Park City's Olympic Winter Games Celebrations. The Salt Lake City Winter Olympic Games were held in February of 2002 and many events were held in Park City, giving the area an economic boost.
Now we come to the Park City Museum and with it are some more Public Restrooms.  On the right, we have a statue of Emmett "Bud" Wright.  According to the plaque, in 1920, he made his living skiing, not for recreation or sport, but as a lineman for the telephone company.  So as you can see, skiing has long been a part of this community.
Now we come to the Park City Museum and with it are some more Public Restrooms. On the right, we have a statue of Emmett "Bud" Wright. According to the plaque, in 1920, he made his living skiing, not for recreation or sport, but as a lineman for the telephone company. So as you can see, skiing has long been a part of this community.
On the right, we get another view of the Park City Museum.  The museum once served as the City Hall and the city jail.  A whistle tower was built in 1901 to alert residents of any fires as that was a real danger in the mining town.  In 1905, this was replaced with an electric siren.
On the right, we get another view of the Park City Museum. The museum once served as the City Hall and the city jail. A whistle tower was built in 1901 to alert residents of any fires as that was a real danger in the mining town. In 1905, this was replaced with an electric siren.
Here are some more shops and delis along Main Street.  Earlier we had mentioned the Winter Olympics and its impact on the area.  The Utah Olympic Park is located in Park City and was built for the Olympics.  It is used year round for various sporting events and is also used as an official USOC Training Site.
Here are some more shops and delis along Main Street. Earlier we had mentioned the Winter Olympics and its impact on the area. The Utah Olympic Park is located in Park City and was built for the Olympics. It is used year round for various sporting events and is also used as an official USOC Training Site.
As we continue heading north along Main Street in Park City, Utah, we find a wide variety of architectural styles and a wide array of businesses and services, including jewelery stores and art galleries.
As we continue heading north along Main Street in Park City, Utah, we find a wide variety of architectural styles and a wide array of businesses and services, including jewelery stores and art galleries.
Here along this stretch of Main Street, we find boutiques and real estate firms selling homes in Park City, Utah.
Here along this stretch of Main Street, we find boutiques and real estate firms selling homes in Park City, Utah.
This was once the Park City Hotel before becoming the New Park Hotel and then the Claim Jumper Hotel.  The Claim Jumper sign remains but the restaurant and hotel bearing its name have since closed.
This was once the Park City Hotel before becoming the New Park Hotel and then the Claim Jumper Hotel. The Claim Jumper sign remains but the restaurant and hotel bearing its name have since closed.
A row of art galleries and boutiques along Main Street in Park City, including an historic Elks Lodge on the right side of the picture.
A row of art galleries and boutiques along Main Street in Park City, including an historic Elks Lodge on the right side of the picture.
This is Loosey the Moose, part of a Moose on the Loose fund-raiser back in 2003 that was similar to the Cows on Parade in Chicago.  There were 21 life-sized moose decorated in a variety of themes around Park City.  Today only Loosey remains as the others have been auctioned off.
This is Loosey the Moose, part of a Moose on the Loose fund-raiser back in 2003 that was similar to the Cows on Parade in Chicago. There were 21 life-sized moose decorated in a variety of themes around Park City. Today only Loosey remains as the others have been auctioned off.
This walkway connects Main Street with the Park City Transit Center we saw at the very beginning.  On the left, we see the Bear Bench.  On the bench is Franz the Bear who was sculpted in 2000 by Michelle vandenHeuvel.
This walkway connects Main Street with the Park City Transit Center we saw at the very beginning. On the left, we see the Bear Bench. On the bench is Franz the Bear who was sculpted in 2000 by Michelle vandenHeuvel.
As we continue along Main Street, we see more boutiques, restaurants, and galleries.  The large brick building is the Galleria Mall, which also contains condos that can be rented out to vacationers.
As we continue along Main Street, we see more boutiques, restaurants, and galleries. The large brick building is the Galleria Mall, which also contains condos that can be rented out to vacationers.
Check out this colorful assortment of buildings with upper-level dining on second-story balconies overlooking Main Street in Park City, Utah.
Check out this colorful assortment of buildings with upper-level dining on second-story balconies overlooking Main Street in Park City, Utah.
Across the street, we find more boutiques and restaurants in well kept historic buildings.
Across the street, we find more boutiques and restaurants in well kept historic buildings.
Here we see more boutiques and shops.  The buildings themselves are historic.  The Heretic Condos building, for example, dates back to 1899, the year after a fire burned down much of Park City.  Today many of these buildings are used as rentals or hotels for tourists and visitors.
Here we see more boutiques and shops. The buildings themselves are historic. The Heretic Condos building, for example, dates back to 1899, the year after a fire burned down much of Park City. Today many of these buildings are used as rentals or hotels for tourists and visitors.
More shops, boutiques, galleries, and restaurants on Main Street in Park City, Utah.  Some historic buildings, several of which are are painted in rather bright and bold colors.
More shops, boutiques, galleries, and restaurants on Main Street in Park City, Utah. Some historic buildings, several of which are are painted in rather bright and bold colors.
Across the street, a row of shops advertise to folks strolling by along Main Street in Park City, Utah.
Across the street, a row of shops advertise to folks strolling by along Main Street in Park City, Utah.
Here we make it to the corner of Main Street and Heber Avenue.  This building on the corner is home to a nightclub, an art gallery, and real estate offices.  Speaking of real estate, check out the real estate in the background as well as the view and fall foliage.
Here we make it to the corner of Main Street and Heber Avenue. This building on the corner is home to a nightclub, an art gallery, and real estate offices. Speaking of real estate, check out the real estate in the background as well as the view and fall foliage.
A couple walks past shops, restaurants, and lodging at the intersection of Main Street and Heber Avenue in Park City, Utah.  This part of Main Street had a lot of new construction and many construction cranes while I was here taking pictures.
A couple walks past shops, restaurants, and lodging at the intersection of Main Street and Heber Avenue in Park City, Utah. This part of Main Street had a lot of new construction and many construction cranes while I was here taking pictures.
This stretch is known as the Town Lift Condominium and Shops.  Up ahead we'll see an actual ski lift that comes all the way into town that you can ride right up into the slopes.  Also, this is the intersection of Main Street and 7th Street.  We'll take a detour down 7th for a few minutes.
This stretch is known as the Town Lift Condominium and Shops. Up ahead we'll see an actual ski lift that comes all the way into town that you can ride right up into the slopes. Also, this is the intersection of Main Street and 7th Street. We'll take a detour down 7th for a few minutes.
If we head west one block on 7th, we come to the corner of 7th Street and Park Avenue.  Here we find the High West Distillery, a saloon and distillery where you can take tours.  It is located in several buildings, including the National Garage building, which we see here on the right.
If we head west one block on 7th, we come to the corner of 7th Street and Park Avenue. Here we find the High West Distillery, a saloon and distillery where you can take tours. It is located in several buildings, including the National Garage building, which we see here on the right.
If you look north along Park Avenue, you can see where Town Lifts cross over the road.  There is also a bridge where one of the ski slopes end right in the town of Park City.
If you look north along Park Avenue, you can see where Town Lifts cross over the road. There is also a bridge where one of the ski slopes end right in the town of Park City.
We come out to Main Street at the corner of 7th and Main.  Here we see a large Marriott Vacation Club complex.  This one is called Summit Watch and features a large plaza full of shops and eateries.  We'll take a look at that now.
We come out to Main Street at the corner of 7th and Main. Here we see a large Marriott Vacation Club complex. This one is called Summit Watch and features a large plaza full of shops and eateries. We'll take a look at that now.
This is the Summit Watch Plaza, which is off Main Street.  As you can see, there are shops and restaurants along with gathering places in the plaza.  That looks like a fire pit of some sort up ahead.  The architecture is reminiscent of something you would see up in the mountains.
This is the Summit Watch Plaza, which is off Main Street. As you can see, there are shops and restaurants along with gathering places in the plaza. That looks like a fire pit of some sort up ahead. The architecture is reminiscent of something you would see up in the mountains.
Here are some other activities at Summit Watch Plaza, the sort of things you would expect to find at a resort like shuffleboard.
Here are some other activities at Summit Watch Plaza, the sort of things you would expect to find at a resort like shuffleboard.
Back on Main Street again, we are now on the front side of the Summit Watch complex.  Here we see a row of boutiques and other shops, along with some interesting architectural features.
Back on Main Street again, we are now on the front side of the Summit Watch complex. Here we see a row of boutiques and other shops, along with some interesting architectural features.
Here is another view of the Summit Watch complex from across the street as we continue heading north.  It all looks relatively new but it seems to blend in with the town.  There was some construction going on the day I was here in Park City.
Here is another view of the Summit Watch complex from across the street as we continue heading north. It all looks relatively new but it seems to blend in with the town. There was some construction going on the day I was here in Park City.
Some more pictures of the Summit Watch complex on the northern end of Main Street in Park City, Utah.  In the distance you can see a foot bridge to help pedestrians cross Main Street.  I didn't realize how many pictures of this I took but it does seem to take up several city blocks.
Some more pictures of the Summit Watch complex on the northern end of Main Street in Park City, Utah. In the distance you can see a foot bridge to help pedestrians cross Main Street. I didn't realize how many pictures of this I took but it does seem to take up several city blocks.
Here are a row of shops across the street on the other side of Main Street in Park City, Utah.
Here are a row of shops across the street on the other side of Main Street in Park City, Utah.
This is a two-level complex at the northern end of Main Street.  The gray building in the center was the Union Pacific Train Station, built in 1886 and was used to accommodate trains that hauled silver from the mines.  It closed in 1977.  In 1995, Robert Redford renovated it into the Zoom Restaurant and it is part of the Sundance properties.
This is a two-level complex at the northern end of Main Street. The gray building in the center was the Union Pacific Train Station, built in 1886 and was used to accommodate trains that hauled silver from the mines. It closed in 1977. In 1995, Robert Redford renovated it into the Zoom Restaurant and it is part of the Sundance properties.
Here is a view of the northern end of Main Street.  Here you can see the foot bridge that crosses over Main Street.  On the left is a Ski and Board Rental shop, so you know you are not far from the slopes.
Here is a view of the northern end of Main Street. Here you can see the foot bridge that crosses over Main Street. On the left is a Ski and Board Rental shop, so you know you are not far from the slopes.
This is a view from the pedestrian foot bridge.  You can see how the ski lift takes you up the mountain from the plaza.  You can also see the bridge that we saw earlier that goes over Park Avenue and how the ski path goes over that bridge and ends at this plaza.
This is a view from the pedestrian foot bridge. You can see how the ski lift takes you up the mountain from the plaza. You can also see the bridge that we saw earlier that goes over Park Avenue and how the ski path goes over that bridge and ends at this plaza.
As we walk across the pedestrian foot bridge, this is a look back south bound in the direction from where we came down Main Street with a view of Park City, Utah.
As we walk across the pedestrian foot bridge, this is a look back south bound in the direction from where we came down Main Street with a view of Park City, Utah.
And here is the town lift where you can hop on and go skiing.  So this ends our tour of Main Street, Park City.  But this doesn't have to end your fun.  So what are you waiting for?  Hop on board and go skiing.  Oh, you need snow for that.  Well, there are other things to do as we saw.
And here is the town lift where you can hop on and go skiing. So this ends our tour of Main Street, Park City. But this doesn't have to end your fun. So what are you waiting for? Hop on board and go skiing. Oh, you need snow for that. Well, there are other things to do as we saw.

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