Check out this article published in Travel & Leisure:
Jessica Miller knows she’s got a good thing going on. As the communications manager for Park City Mountain and Midwest Resorts, Miller not only gets to live in one of the most picturesque communities in the country, but she also gets to ski down her favorite mountain almost every day, all in the name of work. Oh, and one more thing: She has first dibs on some highly coveted doughnuts.
In late December, just before the clock struck midnight on the new year, I paid a visit to Park City for a little ski adventure. However, what I found was a mountain that offered so much more than a trip up and down a chair lift.
“It’s a choose your own adventure mountain,” Miller said as we geared up in the main lodge for a day on the slopes.
We went over all the normal stuff one does when discussing a mountain resort. Things like its skiable terrain (which is 7,300 acres), its highest elevation (10,000 feet), and its annual snowfall (about 365 inches in total). However, when chatting with Miller I learned something new: Park City Mountain has one hell of a dining scene.
In fact, on the map she whipped out from her ski jacket, Miller showed me that Park City has more than 16 restaurants stretching across the mountain that each come with their own distinct menus and vibe. Read more and watch the video in Travel & Leisure »