Kaylin Richardson has traveled all over the world, but she chose to make Park City her home, her happy place.
As a former American alpine ski racer, World Cup champion and Olympic athlete, Richardson has a deep connection to the snow-blanketed mountainside, but her affection for this city even goes beyond the slopes. Park City’s culture-enriched valley, scenery, food, art and right-out-your-front-door access to all-season adventure happily motivate her to be an advocate. (Read: "A Classy Warm-Weather Weekend in Park City")
Living in a location that lacks the slightest chance at boredom, and instead, emanates an ambience of inspiration, Richardson especially enjoys sharing the scenic city with others, today, not next year, embracing the present as much as she can.
“Adventure should be a priority,” says Richardson. “We’re only guaranteed the present. So what I love to encourage people to do is to make it count. Those things that are on your bucket list, there’s no better time [to check them off] than the present.”
In this video, Richardson and a friend share many of their favorite Park City experiences to nudge you to add Park City to your list and go embrace the present.
Main Street is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is the centerpiece of this mountain town. It's home to dozens of restaurants, bars, galleries and unique local shopping experiences.
Old Town Cellars
You'll leave the cellar having indulged in the Official Wine of Apres with an elegant food and wine tasting experience.
Stein Eriksen Lodge
Experience five-star hotel luxury surrounded by world-renowned skiing, outdoor recreation, excellent dining and family friendly activities, such as a freestyle movie theater and a game room. (Read: "Park City Area: 1 Destination, 3 Resorts")
Fresh Tracks in Kamas – Utah's Snowcountry
Written By Melissa Fields
7 minute read
Not far from the hustle and bustle of Utah’s renowned Park City-area ski slopes is an untamed, snow-filled wonderland waiting to be explored. Here in the Wasatch Back, snowshoeing, ice fishing and snowcat skiing set the stage for an outdoors-facing winter getaway imbued with authenticity and solitude.
Sara is a native of Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains. She found herself along the Wasatch Front after taking a pit-stop in Colorado, falling in love with a history buff and happily following his footsteps to the Salt Lake Valley. She’s a big fan of old souls and listening to “Cricket Sounds” on Spotify while she edits and writes content for the Utah Office of Tourism. After taking a gazillion personality tests, she’s still not sure whether she’s an introvert, extrovert or something-else-vert —— she assumes it depends on the day.
Park City could certainly stake a rightful claim of being the “perfect mountain town.” Combining its silver mining town heritage, an artistic vibe and a deep appreciation for the outdoors, Park City strikes a balance between luxury and comfort, all the while showing a deep appreciation for athletics, arts and community.