The weather outside is frightful... - Photo by Gina Hall Entree highlights include the tender pork short rib ramen, served
The title is well deserved. 👏
It was our final dinner, following three action-packed days mountain biking many of Park City's 400-miles of newbie to expert
During Sundance, the quaint but fabulous ski resort town of Park City becomes a satellite hotspot for A-listers. And 2016
Superstar skier Stein Ericksen died Sunday at his home in Park City, Utah. He was 88. He won the gold medal for Giant Slalom in the 1952 Winter Olympics, held in his native, Norway. A few years later, in 1954, he took three golds in the World Championships in Sweden.
If you're a senior skier with Park City in mind, here's what you need to know to maximize the experience with the greatest comfort and lowest impact on your budget.
"How many more miles do we have?" I ask. I'm at the final aid station of the 2015 Park City Point-2-Point (PCP2P) mountain bike race, an off-road cycling epic unlike any other in the world.
My 50th birthday is just a few weeks away, so I've been training for my first 50k race, along the Oregon Coast this October. As a bit of a tune up, earlier this month I ran the Park City Half Marathon.
In 1995, six months after the birth of my first son and less than three weeks after I had turned 30, I found myself at the starting line of the St. George (Utah) Marathon, a downhill 26.2 mile route passing the Veyo Volcano, into Snow Canyon and the city of St. George.