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Our mountains are open for skiing and riding, and the holiday season has arrived in Park City and the Heber Valley! The pandemic continues to require that we operate a little differently this winter season, and many of the holiday events to which we are accustomed have been cancelled. Despite that, there remains a multitude of ways to have fun and celebrate this holiday season! 
 
HISTORIC PARK CITY
SNOW GLOBE STROLL

Through January 3rd
Historic Main St  |  Park City

The Snow Globe Stroll is a new, interactive event that features nine life-sized Snow Globes designed to represent everything there is to love about Park City. The Snow Globes are located in multiple spots on Park City’s Historic Main Street.

View the Snow Globe map.
MIDWAY ICE CASTLES
Opening Date is Weather-Dependent
Homestead Resort, Midway 

The Ice Castles are an award-winning frozen attraction built using hundreds of thousands of icicles hand-placed by professional ice artists. The castles include LED-lit sculptures, frozen thrones, tunnels, slides, fountains, and more.  

Opening date and more info.
SLEIGH RIDES

PARK CITY RESORT
Ride in a horse drawn sleigh up to our mountain lodge for a unique, delicious evening. The Snowed Inn Sleigh Company offers horse drawn sleigh rides with or without dinner. More info here.


ROCKY MOUNTAIN OUTFITTERS

Enjoy a unique, historic, and memorable experience on a horse drawn buggy or sleigh ride at Midway's Soldier Hollow and Homestead Resort. More info here.
 

SNOWMOBILE TOURS

Snowmobiling is a thrilling way to explore the Wasatch Mountains. There are several great outfitters around town offering snowmobile tours this winter. Snowmobiles are a different way to explore our beautiful Wasatch Back!

Red Pine Adventures
Lofty Peaks Adventures

Park City Peaks
All Seasons Adventures

THE VIKING YURT -
BOOK NOW!


This 4-hour dining experience begins with an 1,800 foot sleigh ride up the slopes of Park City Mountain Resort, with incredible views of the night sky and the best evening views of Park City and the surrounding mountains. This is a truly memorable dining experience.

For more info click here.



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CHRISTMAS IN COLOR
Through January 2  |  Salt Lake County Fairgrounds 


Drive through millions of lights perfectly synchronized to holiday music you’ll hear right through your radio. Drive by giant candy canes, snowmen, arched pathways, and more.
Get tickets here.
LUMAZE OUTDOOR LIGHTS FESTIVAL 
Through January 2  |  Utah State Fairground  |  Salt Lake City

The Utah State Fairground has been transformed into a twinkling Christmas Wonderland. New precautions make this a safe way to have some fun this season. M
ore info here.
FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS
Through January 1  |  Canyon View Park  |  Spanish Fork

Festival of Lights celebrates its 29th year this season. It is one of the most popular Christmas light drive throughs in Utah County due to its consistency and affordable admission. With over a million lights, the Festival of Lights is sure to become one of your favorite holiday traditions. More info here.

LUMINARIA
Through January 2
Ashton Gardens  |  Lehi


An enchanting walk through Ashton Gardens transports you to another world with all of the sights, smells, sounds, and tastes of the holidays. A one-way path guides you past a brand new light and music show on 6,500 programmable luminaries blanketing a hill. Tickets here.
OGDEN'S CHRISTMAS VILLAGE  |  Through January 1
Downtown Ogden  |  353 E 25th Street  


Christmas Village illuminates Ogden’s downtown area with magnificent displays and holiday lights every year from the Saturday after Thanksgiving through January 1st. Spectators find themselves in a dazzling winter wonderland set aglow with Christmas lights and a unique setting of cottages modeled after Santa’s village at the North Pole. More info here.

Can't make it in person? Take a virtual tour here!