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Our Park City vacation rentals are located in a vibrant, thriving mountain town in Utah. iTrip Vacations Park City manages vacation properties in Deer Valley and Park City, including resorts, condos and spacious houses in the mountains.
Park City offers year-round entertainment and activities for everyone. The area features four seasons of adventure. In fall and winter, stay at two ski resorts: Deer Valley and Park City. Both offer lots of cold-weather fun such as skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, snowshoe tours and snowtubing. Both of these resorts were named by SKI Magazine among the Top Resorts in North America. Park City is also home to Utah Olympic Park. This attraction has hosted past Winter Olympics and currently serves as an official training site.
During spring and summer vacations, our Park City homes provide easy access to hiking trails, lakes, national parks and natural attractions. Enjoy outdoor concerts performed by local and big artists. Explore Wasatch-Cache National Forest, and hike or bike trails while taking in the breathtaking scenery. Sight-see from the top of Empire Pass and ride the exhilarating Alpine Coaster. Guests may explore 15 golf courses perfect for beginners and advanced golfers, located near all of our Park City rental homes.
For shopping and dining, visit historic Park City Main Street. With more than 100 independent retailers and 50-plus restaurants, Main Street serves as a go-to spot for local goodies. If looking for an original dining experience, visit area restaurants and breweries. Historic Main Street also offers access to art galleries, recreational activities, spas, performing arts and signature events. While strolling, spend time at Kimball Art Center. The center showcases pieces from regional and national artists, and offers hundreds of classes in different mediums.
And visitors can't miss Park City's local events. The city welcomes celebrities and up-and-comers at the world-renown Sundance Film Festival, a two-week event celebrating more than 100 independent filmmakers. Other annual events in Park City include Deer Valley Music Festival, The Tour of Utah, Kimball Arts Festival, Autumn Aloft Balloon Festival, and holiday events. Skiing in Park City during the holidays may be the present everyone needs this year.
Our Park City rentals provide guests with amenities and luxurious accommodations. We offer a variety of styles and sizes that accommodate groups – from families to couples and solo adventurers.
One- and two-bedroom rentals include condos, penthouses and ski-in/ski-out options. For larger groups, book homes with five bedrooms so everyone has plenty of space. In addition, many homes have private balconies with seating, hot tubs, full kitchens with dining areas, scenic views and fireplaces. Guests also enjoy access to free WiFi and boutique-level service by local managers. Feel free to ask about additional perks such as onsite swimming, ski rentals and free fun.
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Vacation in Salt Lake City, considered a gem in the Mountain West and ranked by Travel and Leisure magazine as one of America's best vacation cities. iTrip Vacations Salt Lake City manages vacation rentals all along the Wasatch Front, including mountain resorts in Cottonwood Canyons and Sundance.
Our Salt Lake City vacation rentals give guests access to unforgettable adventures in the Wasatch Mountains, an exciting downtown, cultural attractions and historic sites. When visiting, enjoy the benefits of a modern urban lifestyle within minutes of breathtaking outdoor adventures.
Start in the Wasatch Mountains. The range is located on the city's east side and offers recreation activities year-round. In the winter, try skiing -- downhill or cross-country -- snowboarding, snowshoeing, ski biking and ice climbing. Salt Lake City offers access to world-renowned ski resorts, located less than an hour away, namely Brighton and Solitude, Alta and Snowbird, Park City and Deer Valley, Powder Mountain and Sundance Mountain Resort.
During warmer months, hike trails, play golf, ride mountain bikes, horses and hot-air balloons, and go fly-fishing. For up-close wildlife encounters, visit Tracy Aviary, Loveland Aquarium and Utah's Hogle Zoo. See animals in their natural habitat in Big or Little Cottonwood Canyons, American Fork or Provo Canyon, all home to lakes, rivers, waterfalls and trails. Other options include Millcreek Canyon, Red Butte Gardens, Wheeler Historic Farm and Antelope Island, found in the middle of Great Salt Lake.
When planning, remember there are many national parks within a day's drive. Closest and most notable are Utah’s Mighty 5: Arches, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Canyonlands and Zion. For thrill-rides, drive north to Farmington’s historic Lagoon, America's largest family owned amusement park.
To discover more about local culture, tour the downtown area. Temple Square – one the of the city's top attractions – features 10 acres of beautiful architecture and immaculate landscaping. In the square, see The Tabernacle, Joseph Smith Memorial Building and Salt Lake Temple. Experience a variety of entertainment at Eccles Theater, Abravanel Hall, LDS Conference Center, Hale Center Theater and Maverick Center. Sports fans should visit Vivint Smart Home Arena, which is home to NBA's Utah Jazz, and Rio Tinto Stadium home to MLS champions Real Salt Lake.
Immerse yourself in science and art at the Natural History Museum of Utah, Clark Planetarium, Discovery Gateway Children's Museum, Utah Museum of Fine Arts and Thanksgiving Point. Travelers can also find out if they're related to someone famous at the Family History Center, the largest and most interactive genealogical center in the world.
Additionally, our Salt Lake City vacation rentals offer easy access to dining and shopping. Begin with the city's food scene, which has grown into an award-winning haven for foodies. From stylish bistros to down-home favorites, area restaurants serve diverse menus paired with friendly service. Sample American, Asian, Mexican, Italian and Japanese cuisine, or try something new with Native American, Mediterranean, Indian or Polynesian flare.
There are lots of shopping opportunities in Salt Lake. Among the top options is City Creek Center located in the heart of downtown. This open-air mall features hundreds of retailers, over 30 restaurants and choreographed fountain shows. Other shopping centers include Fashion Place Mall, Station Park to the North and University Place to the South. The area also houses art galleries, book stores, farmers markets and plenty of specialty stores.
Don’t miss our outdoor shows, world-renowned festivals and live music scene. Some hot spots include USANA Amphitheater, SCERA Shell Outdoor Theater and Sandy Amphitheater. Our most popular festivals include Sundance Film Festival, Utah Arts Festival and Oktoberfest at Snowbird.
Named by Trulia as the healthiest city in the U.S., you don’t need to look far for an action-packed race with majestic surroundings. Tour of Utah and Salt Lake Marathon top the list, but many others like Dirty Dash, Wasatch Ragnar and Salt to Saint satisfy competitive types.
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