My family and I spent the past week in Utah with friends. The snow was amazing and my children are now far better than me at skiing. We were skiing at the Canyons which are now part of Park City and it was amazing! The flight is about 1 hour and the roads, stores, restaurants and ski lifts are far less crowded than Tahoe.
If you happen to make a trip out be sure to visit the Alf Engen Ski Museum at Utah’s Olympic Park. We held the Olympic torch, lifted an extremely heavy curling stone, saw gold, silver and bronze medals, Olympic uniforms, sat in a bobsled and even did a virtual bobsled race. During the summer you can slide off a ski jump into a swimming pool! https://utaholympiclegacy.org/activity/museums-at-utah-olympic-park/
Our favorite restaurant of the trip was Tupelo. All locally sourced food prepared to perfection and well paired with our favorite DuMol wine. https://tupeloparkcity.com/
If you are looking for a fun drinking hole, you just have to go to No Name Saloon. The rooftop bar would be a lot of fun in the summer too. http://www.nonamesaloon.net/
Need a break from skiing? Take the magic carpet and tube pull up to the top of the mountain and tube down at Gorgoza Park. www.gorgoza.com/
Now back to reality! I will be visiting the open house at 115 Macinnes Sunday 12-3PM. There is something for every price range to check out
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