What's Happening at Park City Mountain Resort
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History was made in the 22' Eagle Superpipe today as Chloe Kim became the first woman to land back-to-back 1080's. 15 year-old Chloe Kim sealed the win with the score of a perfect 100. In the men's division, Matthew Ladley walked away with the top spot and a cool $10,000 win bonus.
Blue Skies and a fresh till of the pipe greeted our athletes this morning as they prepared to compete for the U.S Freesking Grand Prix at the Eagle Superpipe. The crowd was rocking and the pipe was poppin' as some of the top athletes in the sport competed for a spot on the podium. For the women, Maddie Bowman took home gold stomping her final run and walking away with a clean $10,000. In the men's division, Aaron Blunck took the top spot impressing the judges with a score of 94.20.
Whether setting off for a romantic vacation in the mountains or you’ve found yourself lucky enough to find love in a ski town, Park City has all the tools to make any night on the town a romantic getaway. I’m one of the lucky ones who found that special needle in a haystack in this town and I’m delighted to share some secrets to making your significant other the upmost priority while visiting town. On assignment for this blog, I’ve covered a few of my favorite date spots, or Go-To’s as I call them. Take these tips of advice gentlemen and women take note!
As the day's become longer and the sun becomes stronger, the skiing only gets better. From a local's perspective, spring is the best time of year! Over 100 perfectly groomed trails await us each morning and the sun warms us up quickly as we head for the first chair. Don't get me wrong, it still snows in Utah during the spring and you can always count on 2-5 monster snowstorms (15"+) in the spring, however what differs these storms from our typical winter storms is that the next day, it will be back up to 55 degrees and you'll be skiing powder in a t-shirt underneath a bluebird sky.