Historic Park City has evolved from a mining town into a year-round outdoor recreation playground boasting over 200 independent boutiques, diverse restaurants, and exceptional art galleries—and you won’t even need a car to explore it all.
First established as a silver mining boomtown, Park City nearly faded into obscurity when the mines went bust. But, like a phoenix rising from the ashes, this Utah mountain town rose again, rebranding itself as the home of Sundance Film Festival and a year-round outdoor adventure destination.
Whether you’re looking to chill on the lakeshore or take a daring ride on the world’s longest over-water zipline, there’s a Heber Valley experience to keep you busy from sunup to sundown.
Whether you’re looking for a simple walk along the reservoir or an all-day trek up the towering giant, Mount Timpanogos, reaching it’s a quick trip from Heber Valley.
Maine’s picturesque lighthouses, rocky coastlines, uninhabited islands, charming small towns, and relaxed vibe have been attracting visitors for centuries. But it’s the state’s booming craft beer scene that has an entirely new group of visitors coming to the Pine Tree State.
In a nutshell, millennials represent a diverse group that is constantly evolving. The key to growing this audience is to keep an eye on your brand’s mission, share your passion for the outdoors as much as possible, and keep up with social media.
Park City, Utah, is arguably most famous for hosting the Sundance Film Festival and the 2002 Winter Olympics. But beyond its rich history, this mining town turned ski mecca has plenty else to offer winter visitors. Take it from locals who live, work, and play in this mountain town— there’s more to Park City than celebrity sightings.
The many ways we enjoy the outdoors and the places we choose to visit are as diverse as the country — and globe — itself. To reach outdoor enthusiasts effectively, it’s important to know who is traveling, where they’re going, and what they’re doing once they get there.