The name of the game is strong core and legs for this ski season. With a few exercises each week, your body will be ready to ski the pristine slopes at Deer Valley Resort. (Be sure to consult your physician before beginning any new workout routine.)
Skiing is an excellent overall body workout, but some areas of the body need more fine tuning than others to be prepped for a successful (and less sore) ski season. Our fitness instructors recommend focusing on your primary ski muscle groups: abs, glutes, hamstrings, quads, and lower back. There are a myriad of different exercises you can do to focus on these areas. The exercise recommendations can be altered for current injuries or soreness, and can be done both at home or in a fitness facility both with or without weights. We encourage you to consult with your physician before adding any new exercises into your fitness plan.
Common exercises that can be done almost anywhere. As with any exercise routine, form is critical. Do not sacrifice form at any time. And repetition will build the muscle areas.
Many of the below popular exercises will work several muscle groups. These basic exercises focus on building core ski muscles: quads, hamstrings, glutes, abs, lower back, and arms. Do these (or similar) exercises a few times a week for 3 weeks leading up to your ski trip for maximum benefit and to feel your best on the snowy trails.
Okay, so not a specific muscle group, but cardio is super important for overall physical health and greater endurance throughout the ski day. Anywhere from 20 to 60 minutes - depending on your existing fitness level - will have a great impact on your stamina to take another run when you are gliding through the champagne powder this season.
WHY THESE HELP:
Lunges, squats, wall sits, and any leg muscle exercises are highly relevant for optimal ski conditioning because these motions are essentially the same as the twisting and turning motions used while skiing down the mountain. Planks do more than just help tighten your core. They do wonders for your lower back and arm strength - all used for proper ski form. Core and lower back exercises are necessary as everything relies on these key muscle groups. And cardio work ensures you can stay on the mountain all day if you want to.
As with any exercise routine or plan, the recovery time can be equally important. Be sure to plan for appropriate recovery periods in your week. Below are some basic and simple recovery tips.
We highly recommend a soak in a cold bath for sore muscles. Be sure to consult your physician if you experience unusual or prolonged pain or discomfort.
Don’t forget to stretch! Often overlooked, stretching can be a great idea both before taking to the trails… and definitely after. You can do a quick 10-minute stretch or yoga session first thing in the morning to wake up those muscles and create length in the body. This is a smart addition to your weekly workout routine regardless of your activities. During the ski season, after a great day at the resort, be sure to stretch out those core muscle groups to reduce soreness for the next day.
Most of us do not get enough water each day. Make a goal for “x” ounces of water consumption each day and meet that goal for a consistent period of time, such as two weeks. Once you reach that goal, grow your goal to be more ounces a day and aim to hit that goal for another two weeks. Your body will thank you!
PLAN - PREPARE - PLAY!
With the optimistic snowfall predictions for this season, you will want to be here this winter season! Get those muscles ready and hit the slopes for a full day of powdery fun.
As we head into the Thanksgiving holiday, we wanted to share a Chef favorite from our table to yours, and just in time for the season of sharing with friends and family. This recipe is simple in both ingredients and methodology. Add any missing items to your shopping list and give this a run through before Thanksgiving this year. The finished dish is a beautiful addition to a well-set table and compliments just about anything else you are serving this holiday season. Dietary adjustments or alterations can easily be done with this recipe. Give it a try and let us know what you think. Or share a recipe favorite of yours!
1 ½ cups cornmeal
2 cups all-purpose flour
1 tablespoon sugar
1 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon baking powder
2 cups milk
¼ cup bacon drippings
Grease two 9-by-9 inch glass baking dishes.
Sift corn meal, flour, sugar, salt, and baking powder into a bowl.
Stir in lightly beaten eggs, milk, and bacon drippings; mix well.
Split into the two pans and bake at 450°F for 30 minutes.
Let cool; then cut into ¾ inch squares.
1 lb ground duck (can substitute with ½ lb chicken and ½ lb pork)
1 cup uncooked wild rice
3 medium yellow onions, medium diced
4 to 5 stocks of celery, medium diced
3 teaspoons dried sage
3 teaspoons dried thyme
½ teaspoon black pepper
3 teaspoons kosher salt
8 to 10 wild mushrooms
1 ½ cup dried cranberries
1 ½ cup dried blueberries
1 cup chopped pecans
1 cup diced butter
2 cups chicken or turkey stock
3 tablespoons maple syrup
Simmer uncooked wild rice in 2 ¼ cups water for 18 to 22 minutes.
In a separate pan, sauté the ground duck meat over medium heat for 3 to 4 minutes.
Add the diced onions, celery, and mushrooms to the duck meat and sauté for 4 to 5 additional minutes.
Add the sage, thyme, pepper, and salt.
Add the cooked wild rice.
Remove from heat; then add the dried cornbread, cranberries, blueberries, and pecans.
Add diced butter and the stock; then lightly mix all the ingredients together.
Add to a 5 quart, greased baking dish and bake at 325°F for 50 minutes covered with foil or a lid.
Serve warm and enjoy!
Autumn is a lovely time to venture to Park City and taste your way through the culinary delights of this mountain town. While Cena Ristorante & Lounge may be closed for the season (re-opening on 11/25/20 for the winter season), there are several award-winning and notable dining establishments offering seasonal dishes or discounted menu items. Here are some of our town favorites:
OUR LOCAL MID-MOUNTAIN FAVORITE:
Glitretind Restaurant: Our sister property, Stein Eriksen Lodge, is offering a “can’t miss” special throughout the fall season. Now through the end of November, all guests can enjoy a 2-for-1 dining special for lunch or dinner at Troll Hallen or Glitretind Restaurant. Experience the seasonal menu and indulge your taste buds with our team’s renowned service at this Forbes 4-Star rated establishment this season. Offer details and fine print: https://www.steinlodge.com/dining-offers.html
TOP PICKS ON HISTORIC MAIN STREET:
High West Distillery: This unique distillery offers a saloon-like experience in one of Park City’s historic buildings. Conveniently located on Park Avenue (adjacent to Historic Main Street), this active distillery offers upscale pub cuisine and serves up some of the world’s finest spirits and craft cocktails. A visit to Park City would not be complete without wetting your whistle at this hot spot. Great for lunch, dinner, and nightlife. (Open through 11/10/20; then reopens for the winter season on 11/28/20.) https://www.highwest.com/
No Name Saloon: Western-themed and a definite local’s favorite, this establishment is located right on Historic Main Street and delivers an eclectic bar experience that is open to all 21+ locals and visitors alike. Close out a night on Main Street with a drink at the No Name and you’re sure to have a great time! http://www.nonamesaloon.net/
Riverhorse On Main: Among an elite list of top restaurants in Park City and nationally, Riverhorse is one of the oldest and most distinguished restaurants in this alpine town. As a long-time recipient of the coveted Forbes 4-Star award, this restaurant is loved by critics and the guests alike. Advance reservations are highly recommended and our concierge staff can help secure your reservation at this dining gem. https://www.riverhorseparkcity.com/
tupelo: Featuring ingredients from American producers with globally-inspired dishes, the diverse menu offers unexpected, delectable touches to staple restaurant cuisine. The bar seating area is ideal for pre-dinner cocktails or a more casual dining ambience. https://tupeloparkcity.com/
Yuki Yama Sushi: Offering the freshest seasonal fish flown in from around the world, Yuki Yama serves up a menu consisting of both traditional Japanese sushi and noodle dishes, as well as more modern and culinary creative sashimi plates and hot dishes. Yes, you can get fresh fish and some of the best sushi right here in Park City. You have to taste it to believe it! https://www.yukiyamasushi.com/
TOP PICKS JUST OFF MAIN STREET:
Deer Valley Grocery-Cafe: Located in lower Deer Valley at Snow Park, this quaint yet frequented restaurant serves up gourmet coffee and espresso drinks, quick bites, freshly baked goods, and a selection of grocery items. Indoor seating, outdoor deck seating, and to-go orders are all available. The casual ambience and location next to the Deer Valley ponds lends itself to a variety of guests throughout the year. May we recommend the fresh quiche of the day and a pistachio roll? You won’t be disappointed! https://www.deervalley.com/things-to-do/dining/deer-valley-grocery-cafe
Boneyard Saloon / Wine Dive: Just north of Old Town and Historic Main Street are two great faves in one location. Both feature great comfort food selections, small plate menus, wood-fired grilled items, and a full bar. Boneyard offers lots of great beers on tap, including some well-recognized local brews. Wine Dive has 8 wines on top and a great bottled wine list. Whether stopping in for a dinner or just some drinks, these two restaurants are always populated by the locals. https://www.boneyardsaloon.com/
The Brass Tag: This gem is located in the upper level of The Lodges at Deer Valley in Snow Park. Open year-round, the menu features Deer Valley-inspired brick oven cuisine with many items being locally-sourced using sustainable practices. Complimentary underground parking is available for all dining guests. https://www.deervalley.com/things-to-do/dining/the-brass-tag
PARK CITY DINE ABOUT:
Happening now! The annual autumn Park City Dine About serves up some of the finest dining spots in town with special menus and special pricing. But hurry, the Dine About ends Sunday, 10/18/20. More details at the link below. https://parkcityrestaurants.com/specials-events/dine-about
LOCAL RESTAURANT FALL HOURS AND SPECIAL OFFERS:
The Park City Area Restaurant Association provides additional details and recommendations at the following link. https://parkcityrestaurants.com/blog/park-city-area-restaurants-staying-open-through-fall
Our guests are afforded the same legendary services that have prevailed for the past 11 years – culinary excellence, spacious accommodations, and a warm and gracious staff offering our renowned Forbes 4-Star services while creating a safe, healthy, and memorable experience for which The Chateaux Deer Valley has long been known.
These unprecedented times have brought us all together in unexpected ways. We forge ahead to meet the new challenges by increasing safe distancing practices and incorporating more sanitization across the property. We require all staff and guests to wear face coverings while on property. Complimentary face masks are provided for guests if they do not have one of their own. There is a current requirement to wear face masks in all of Park City and Summit County. We also require staff to get a temperature check at the beginning of each shift and before they start the work day. We have increased hand sanitizing stations and COVID-19 safe practices signage throughout the property. We have also taken every precaution to minimize physical contact as much as possible during your stay. Each department has increased disinfection protocols and our hygiene practices are strictly enforced. We have also increased signage throughout the property and in high density areas for both guests and team members.
In our restaurant outlets, we have transitioned our buffet meals into multi-course family-style dining. All menus are offered digitally and accessed with a QR code that is provided at each table. Wait staff maintains face masks and gloves during service times. For groups and events, all meals are offered in a “grab-and-go” style with items individually wrapped, still allowing guests choices similar to a buffet set up. Bar service is set to allow for ample spacing as well. Offering Park City’s largest contiguous ballroom, our event space is ideal for increased social distancing for almost any group size.
All communal and meeting spaces are on an increased cleaning and sanitizing schedule and additional cleaning requirements have been incorporated for all guest rooms. Complimentary guest shuttles are disinfected before and after each use as well. Of course, our location lends itself well to the cause for increased clean air and open space. Positioned in the heart of Deer Valley, guests have instant access to over 2,000 acres of pristine mountain terrain for hiking and biking in the summer or skiing in the winter. If it’s open space you are searching for, look no further than Park City. With the easiest access of any mountain town in the country, the newly remodeled Salt Lake City International Airport makes it hassle-free to fly in and take the short 45-minute drive up to this majestic alpine setting.
We are dedicated to maintaining the highest standards when it comes to cleaning and sanitizing for the safety of our guests and team members. We will continue to make any necessary adjustments to ensure a safe, healthy, and wonderful experience at The Chateaux Deer Valley. And we look forward to welcoming you back to our Forbes 4-Star luxury property very soon!
See more about our safe practices: >>Stein Safe Meetings & Events<<
Reservation inquiries: (855) 418-8662
Cancellation & Reservation Modification Policies:
Crisp air and colorful leaves signal that winter is on its way. But before winter sets in, now is a perfect time to take advantage of our two autumn packages at The Chateaux and experience a fall getaway in Park City. The cooler temperatures keep you comfortable for your time spent outdoors while the colorful leaves provide a unique backdrop for your dining and relaxing experience.
Dine & Stay
A stay at The Chateaux would feel incomplete without dining at Cena Ristorante & Lounge. Cena serves authentic Italian cuisine from locally-sourced ingredients with menu items that showcase the team’s expert culinary know-how. With this package, you can enjoy an intimate, three-course dinner for two at the restaurant and a daily breakfast for two is also included. Cena Ristorante is open through October 11th, 2020, so take advantage of this offer before the season ends.
Stay & Play Golf
Enjoy the comfortable fall temperatures at one of Utah’s premier golf destinations, Promontory Club’s Dye Canyon course. The private course is ranked on Golf Digest’s The Best Courses in Utah as it provides stunning mountain views and expansive blue skies. This Stay & Play Golf package includes two 18-hole rounds of golf with a cart and use of the driving range for the day. This package is available until September 30th, 2020, weather permitting. For a memorable golf experience this fall, book your stay at The Chateaux and get into the swing of things.
A Perfect Time To Book Your Stay
Take advantage of seasonal offers and save. Enjoy a laid-back environment, vibrant colors, and breathtaking scenery. Book your stay at The Chateaux and see for yourself what makes Park City so great during the fall.
As each community around the country strengthens its stance to help slow the spread of COVID-19, many of us are finding ourselves inside our homes instead of on vacation. Though the closing of ski resorts around North America has indeed been unfortunate, we can take solace knowing that even from the comfort of our homes we can still keep the adventure alive. Whether you’re watching a movie favorite, catching up on your reading, or trying a new online fitness class, there are several ways you can still live adventurously through these difficult times.
Watch a Classic Ski Movie
Even though Deer Valley and other ski resorts are closed for the season, you can still get your ski fill from some classic ski movies. Available for free on powder.com, all you need is a bowl of popcorn and your season stoke to keep the adventure alive. You can also find ski movies on Youtube, Redbull.com, and more to catch big lines, steep slopes, and community spirit.
Read an Adventure Novel
Tuck into an adventure read to pass the time while keeping your own adventure alive. Read a book about skiing if you’re still longing for the slopes, or dive into some classic adventure novels to fill your days of social distancing. Not only can you fill your time with entertainment while engaging your brain, but you can also picture yourself in far off places on wild adventures all without leaving the comfort of your couch or reading nook.
Go for a Hike on a Local Trail
If permitted in your area, looking for safe opportunities to get outside can do wonders for moral and overall well being. Whether you’re getting out for a walk around the park or heading up to a local trail, fresh air is always recommended. Aside from getting your steps in, it can also distract you from refreshing social media or news pages and allow you some time away to recharge and clear your head. When spending time outdoors, be sure to practice CDC recommended social distancing to help protect yourself, your family, and the community.
Go for a Run or a Bike Ride
Again, if permitted in your area, running or biking is another great way to get out of the house and live your adventure. Try a new route or bring along a household family member to reconnect. Keeping yourself moving and engaged will help you stay fit and give you a little taste of adventure right out of your front door.
Here at The Chateaux Deer Valley, we are definitely missing our guests. We hope each and everyone of you are staying safe while still being able to experience a bit of adventure wherever you are. If you would like to make a reservation for a future stay, please contact our helpful and friendly Reservations team and they will do their best to answer questions and keep you updated on this ever changing situation.
Spring break has arrived. Bluebird days, warmer temperatures, and the promise of summer urges everyone to get out and about. Park City hosts a plethora of activities for you and your family to make your spring break one to remember. From spring skiing on the slopes of Deer Valley resort to lively après and activities for the entire family, The Chateaux Deer Valley and our mountain town is the perfect spring break destination.
Ski at Deer Valley
March and April on the slopes of Deer Valley are less crowded than the early winter months but still deliver excellent conditions. The Chateaux Deer Valley is located just across the street from Silver Lake, allowing you convenient access to the slopes. Gear up with rentals and any clothing you may have forgotten at our onsite Ski ‘N See Shop. In addition to smaller crowds, March and April also deliver spring corn skiing, pond skim, and more. Be sure to join in the spring festivities during your spring break. See the full list of Deer Valley spring activities here.
After a day on the slopes, head into Cena Ristorante & Lounge for some live music, delicious Italian cuisine, and beverages. The apres-ski menu runs from 3 pm to 5 pm and hosts some house favorites, including the Cena Burger and the Winter Margherita Pizza. Round out your meal with a beverage from our full-service bar or indulge in a delicious beer on tap.
You can also head over to our sister property, Stein Eriksen Lodge, for drinks, food, and arcade games in Champions Club. Your teens will love playing the world’s largest Pac Man, while the whole family can enjoy over-the-top milkshakes and ice cream sandwiches.
Woodward Park City
An excellent option for your lively kids and teens, Woodward Park City provides the ultimate in action sports. This new state-of-the-art facility hosts snowboarding, skiing, skateboarding, and BMX. Spend your day on the slopes outdoors or indoors in the foam pits and on the Olympic-grade trampolines trying out new tricks and allowing your whole family to get all of their energy out.
Off the Slopes
After you’ve got a day or two in of skiing, be sure to check out other outdoor recreation options in the area. Try dog sledding for an afternoon, embark on a horse-drawn sleigh ride around picturesque Deer Valley Resort, or work up a sweat skate skiing on one of the many cross country ski trails in the area. You can also take your family down to Kimball Junction and spend a day at the Utah Olympic Park where you can go bobsledding, complete a ropes course, and visit the museum. Our knowledgeable and friendly Concierge staff can help you plan and reserve any of the many area attractions here in Park City.
Park City Attractions
For a cultural experience, head to one of Park City’s many museums and art galleries on Historic Main Street. Every half hour, a free shuttle departs from The Chateaux to take you to Historic Main Street, so you don’t have to worry about the stresses of parking or traffic. While you’re there, be sure to not only check out the galleries and museums, but also the many boutique shops and restaurants that line the street.
No matter what you and your family get up to for your spring break here in Park City, our team at The Chateaux Deer Valley is ready to help make it a trip of a lifetime. For any and all trip arrangements and questions, speak to one of our Concierge staff members, and they will help you with all of the details to make your trip one to remember.
Photos by Berin Klawiter, provided by The National Ability Center
This winter season, we would like to take the opportunity to recognize one of our favorite non-profit organizations here in Park City, The National Ability Center. They inspire athletes to do extraordinary things every day. Through more than a dozen adaptive recreational and educational programs offered year round, they foster self-esteem, confidence, and lifelong skills for every participant. From Paralympic gold medalists to those seeking to spend quality time with family and friends, The National Ability Center offers a safe place for everyone who is willing to challenge themselves in the great outdoors.
This season, The National Ability Center is offering events where family and friends of those with a “can do” attitude are encouraged to participate. Additionally, members of the Armed Forces and Veterans from every era are invited to participate in any program free of charge, and have special events for them and their families. A number of ongoing Nordic skiing, fat biking, and indoor climbing sessions are available throughout the season. Below are the upcoming friends and family events for the rest of the winter season.
· 2/23: Friends & Family Fat Biking
Spend your Sunday with family and friends as we take you adaptive fat tire biking on the beautiful snow packed trails of Round Valley.
· 3/1: Friends & Family Nordic Skiing or Snowshoeing
Spend your Sunday with family and friends as we take you adaptive Nordic skiing or snowshoeing on the beautiful trails of Round Valley.
· 3/14: Military Backcountry Snowshoe Day in Daly Canyon
Military Service members and their families are invited to join a guided backcountry snowshoe trip in Daly Canyon. Hot Chocolate and transportation from the NAC is included.
· 3/15: Friends & Family Nordic Skiing
Spend your Sunday with family and friends as we take you adaptive Nordic skiing on the beautiful trails of Round Valley.
· 3/29: Friends & Family Snowshoe in Daly Canyon
Spend your Sunday with family and friends as we take you on a guided backcountry snowshoe trip in Daly Canyon.
· 4/5-4/9: Military Paralympic Experience Camp
A winter Paralympic sport sampler for Veterans of all abilities. This camp offers high-altitude training and hands-on instruction from world-class staff to help Veterans discover their next level of competition. Includes skiing, snowboarding, sled hockey, Nordic skiing and biathlon.
In order to provide a low cost for participants in various activities throughout the year, The National Ability Center holds an annual fundraiser every winter: Red, White, & Snow. This year marks their 16th year of holding this fundraiser. The event is from March 4-7th with events scattered all around Park City. Join us on March 5th at our sister property, Stein Eriksen Lodge, for an intimate evening tasting of over 30 vintners’ favorite wines and hors d’oeuvres. For a full schedule of events, please visit Red, White, & Snow’s website here.
To learn more about how you can participate with The National Ability Center, visit their website and explore their volunteer or donation options. We are incredibly lucky to have such an amazing organization here in Park City.
This year from February 6th to the 8th, some of the world’s best skiers are coming to Deer Valley for the Intermountain Healthcare Freestyle International Ski World Cup. The competitors will be racing their way down the same runs used during the 2002 Olympic Winter Games at Deer Valley. In fact, this year’s competition marks 22 years that Deer Valley Resort has hosted international and world competitions including 2002 Winter Olympics, 17 World Cups, and the 2011 and 2019 World Championships.
The World Cup begins on Thursday the 6th with the Mogul Competition. Friday the 7th sees the Aerial Competition followed by the Dual Mogul Competition on Saturday the 8th. Each day the events start in the afternoon and continue into the night under the lights at Deer Valley Resort. Immediately following the awards each night, viewers will be treated to a fireworks display at the Competition Venue. For the full schedule and location of each event, visit Deer Valley’s website.
Guests staying at The Chateaux Deer Valley during the event can take advantage of Park City’s free public transit down to the Snow Park area from the Silver Lake area. Or, if you are skiing in the morning, you can simply walk across the street, ski Deer Valley for the day, then ski down to Snow Park before they close the area for the competition. Our helpful and knowledgeable Concierge staff located in the lobby can help direct you and plan your transportation needs to ensure that you can catch the event that you wish to see.
If catching the event live isn’t possible for your itinerary, the FIS World Cup will be available on the Olympic Channel, NBC Sports Network, and NBC Sports. Relax in the comfort of your room at The Chateaux, order room service from 6 to 10pm and enjoy delicious Italian cuisine from the dinner menu while watching the competitors fly and twist their way down to the podium.
However you choose to watch the FIS World Cup, be sure to gather at Cena Lounge for lively après food and drinks. With a welcoming environment, the Lounge is the ideal place to relax and enjoy a personal pizza with a pint. The full service bar and extensive menu ensure that there is something for everyone in your group to enjoy.
The Sundance Film Festival returns this Thursday, January 23rd through February 2nd. Film industry professionals, storytellers, and audiences from all over the world come to Park City for the prestigious festival. With a robust schedule of dramatic and documentary features and short films, there is plenty to see while in town. Additionally, Park City itself offers outdoor recreation, exquisite dining, and boutique shopping. At the heart of the Park City and Deer Valley experience is The Chateaux. To ensure you have an unforgettable Sundance experience this year, we hope you will stay with us and take advantage of everything that The Chateaux has to offer.
Where to stay
Here at The Chateaux, Forbes Four-Star luxury awaits. Each room is a blend of comfort and modern style to ensure that each stay is memorable. In addition to The Chateaux, our other Stein Collection properties provide distinguished luxury. These include Stein Eriksen Lodge, Stein Eriksen Residences, and our newest rental properties, Luxury Homes. Contact our reservations team to find the best lodging option for your stay during Sundance!
Here at The Chateaux, Cena Ristorante & Lounge provides guests with award-winning Italian dining. Indulge in authentic house-made Italian dishes while discussing the latest films in the restaurant, or dip over to the Lounge to enjoy lively après with pizza and pints.
Additional Stein Collection Dining can be found just across the street at the Lodge at Glitretind Restaurant where gourmet, locally-sourced New American cuisine is ready to be savored. Or, at the Residences, The 7880 Club provides you with decadent dishes in a luxurious setting with breathtaking views. Once you arrive for your stay at The Chateaux, our helpful Concierge can provide recommendations and help arrange transportation to your restaurant of choice if needed.
How to get around
The Sundance Film Festival sees a massive influx of visitors to our mountain town. In fact, during the 2015 festival, over 30,000 out-of-state visitors attended. One of the biggest challenges visitors will encounter while staying in Park City for the festival is traffic and parking. Let us at The Chateaux take care of that for you with our daily complimentary shuttle that will take you to and from Historic Main Street. Our convenient location that’s less than three miles from all the action ensures a timely arrival to each of the films you plan on seeing.
If you need the perfect venue for a festival event, our meeting spaces at both The Chateaux and at our sister property Stein Eriksen Lodge provide space for a variety of gatherings such as:
After the festival commences on February 2nd, why not stay in town a few days longer to enjoy all that Park City has to offer while avoiding inevitable airport chaos? The Chateaux is mere steps from the world-renowned Deer Valley Resort. Stein Eriksen Sport across the street at the Lodge can help you get outfitted for a day on the slopes. In addition to skiing, we have trusted vendors for dog sledding, cross country skiing, sleigh rides, and more. Or, head over to the Utah Olympic Park in Kimball Junction to experience a true thrill while riding the 2002 Olympic bobsled track.
Allow us at The Chateaux to be a part of your 2020 Sundance experience. From luxurious lodging and exquisite dining to reliable and hassle-free transportation, we take care of the details for you so you can truly enjoy your time here in Park City. Please contact our reservations and Concierge teams to make arrangements for your stay today!
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