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3 activities to help you make the most of Spring in Park City, Utah

Spring is an absolutely wonderful time of year in Park City. During the day the temperatures are anywhere from low 60s to high 70s and mostly sunny. The crowds of the winter season have left and the summer biking and hiking enthusiasts have yet to home. If you want to get to know Park City without the distraction of other “tourists” this is the time to go. Stroll Main Street During the spring months, you’ll find fewer visitors on Main Street so you can enjoy a leisurely stroll without all the crowds. Historic Main Street in Park City is known for its plethora of art galleries, clothing boutiques, and a number of shops to find the perfect piece of Park City memorabilia to take home for family and friends. Many of the shops you find up and down the street are offering wonderful deals this time of year so fill up before prices rise again in the summer and winter. While on your stroll make sure to take a free ride on the Park City Trolley and don’t forget to ring the bell! Main Street, Park City, UT Pamper yourself Take some time out for yourself and relax at one of the world renowned spas found in Park City and Deer Valley. Spring is the perfect time to rejuvenate yourself from the cold winter months. Opt for a couple’s massage or a rejuvenating facial at Aura Spa and Boutique. Or get a bit exotic with a Shiatsu Massage at the luxurious Waldorf Astoria Spa. Pamper your body and face at Mountain Body located on Main Street. You’ll enjoy the treatments that use Mountain Body’s handmade, all natural lotions, oils, and more. Stop in during your stroll down Main Street for a full manicure and pedicure. Dine al fresco Spring is the perfect time of year to eat outdoors. While some restaurants close during this slower time of year there are still plenty to choose from offering any type of cuisine you could desire. Enjoy dinner on the deck overlooking Main Street at the famous Riverhorse on Main. Savour the famous encrusted halibut entrée while listening to great live music all while under the mountain stars. In the mood for something more exotic? Bangkok Thai on Main offers street side dining and offers every traditional Thai dish you could imagine from Panang Curry to Pad Thai. Want in on a local’s secret when it comes to eating out during the spring months? Make sure to pick up a copy of the local paper, The Park Record to find 2-4-1 coupons for pretty much every restaurant in town. Matt Sidford is Owner of Sidford Real Estate. If you would like to be a guest blogger on A Luxury Travel Blog in order to raise your profile, please contact us.

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