We’ve been busy having fun this summer with guests, both old and new, but there are some flurries in the forecast, and we know that it is almost time to dust off our snow boots (and snow pants and jackets and hats and goggles and mittens) and say hello to winter. At All Seasons Adventures, we know that cold weather doesn’t have to keep you inside. We believe in the power of exploring and playing in the outdoors, and there are plenty of winter activities to get you moving and enjoying all that the Park City area has to offer. Here’s a quick rundown of what we have to offer this winter:
Snowshoeing is a great way to stay on top of winter in Park City. We offer a variety of snowshoeing excursions for folks of all ages and abilities. From local to backcountry tours, snowshoeing is a great way to get out and about, surrounded by the charm of the Park City area. Similarly, to our Nordic ski tours, we offer the option of leisurely, moderate, or aerobic pace so that you can make the most of your adventure. We also offer specialized tours, like our Moonlight Dinner tour around Deer Valley resort that ends at a restaurant of your choice, or our Star Gazer tour for those who want to go out at night. Snowshoe to s’mores is always a hit with kids (and parents), with a short snowshoe to a private fire pit and s’mores materials fresh from the Deer Valley bakery.
CROSS COUNTRY SKIING-
You don’t have to go to the Park City’s ski resorts to slide around on snow. Cross country skiing is a great way to get moving in the fresh air and enjoy the trails around Park City, year-round. This is a great low-impact activity for folks who might want a break from the downhill slopes. We offer local tours as well as tours in the Uinta mountains, both of which provide plenty of sightseeing. Our Nordic tours are catered to your pace, and we provide the options of leisurely, moderate, and aerobic, to make sure you are getting the most out of your experience.
While it may be a few degrees colder, you can still enjoy those sunny Utah days out on the water year-round. We recommend a late-morning start time and only half-day trips to help combat the weather, but you can easily bundle up and have a great day out learning about the differences in fishing between the seasons and casting some flies with a local Park City fly-fishing guide. Chances are the fish will be biting but either way getting out and making the most of our winter daylight hours will be an unforgettable experience. All of our Park City fly-fishing trips are private with a maximum of three guests to one guide ratio and include transportation to and from the river.
Enjoy the scenic and remote area around Strawberry Reservoir just 45 minutes outside of Park City. Our sled teams are led by Musher Maren, the owner of Artic Rescue. Arctic Rescue saves more than 100 Siberian Huskies, Alaskan Huskies, and Alaskan Malamutes a year. They are dedicated to the health and wellbeing of all their animals and specialize in helping place adoptable dogs in good homes. The sleds have a weight limit of 350lbs, and the teams will take you out for an hour-long ride. Larger parties can opt for two half-hour rides. We do not provide transportation to the dog sledding trail head and recommend that vehicles are outfitted with snow tires and have AWD or 4WD for safe travels. We also recommend wearing your winter best and bundling up for the ride of your life!
We are fortunate to work closely with Summit Meadows and Red Pine adventures, both of whom offer exciting snowmobile tours on Polaris or Ski Doo sleds, with great guides and picturesque views of the Park City area. Located by Canyons Village, Red Pine Adventures will take you up into the mountains, offering tours on over 1,000 acres of private land with groomed trails. Summit Meadows owned and operated by Deer Valley Ski Resort operates on a stunning 7,000-acre ranch just down the road from Park City and boasts incredible panoramic views of the Wasatch. All tours are two hours long and go out at 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3pm. Both Red Pine and Summit Meadows offer private tours as well. A valid driver’s license is required to operate a snowmobile but there is always room for a passenger. Snowmobiling is a thrilling way to cover a lot of ground and see the area around Park City in a wholly new way.
There are so many ways to engage with our beautiful surroundings and we would love to help show you all our favorite things about this special part of Utah. Feel free to give us a call, email or contact us through our website to book!