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Be Cheap, Act Rich in Park City

The rich and famous flock to Park City like flies to honey. Get the same experience as Robert Redford at about the quarter of the price. Here's How.
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The Hotel Park City

Near the slopes of Park City, Deer Valley and The Canyons, the Hotel Park City's guests never quibble about location—they hardly have to leave the grounds.

Park City can crush your bank account like few other places in ski country. The St. Regis Deer Valley has it down to a science with drink menu prices that scarcely dip below double digits. Occasionally however, it’s worth dropping $16 on a drink if that drink happens to be the 7452 Mary, the hotel’s signature cocktail named for its elevation. This not-so-typical Bloody Mary is made with High West Vodka and the famous St. Regis Mary mix and then topped with wasabi-celery foam. A perfect blend of fortifying tomato juice, spicy horseradish, smoky Worcestershire sauce, and a kick of wasabi, the 7452 Mary might be the most delicious Bloody Mary I’ve ever tasted. Just be sure to bring a hefty wad of Jacksons so you can afford one.The St. Regis Deer Valley website

How To: Be a Lush in Park City

From dirty martinis to dive bars, Park City is a place where both the refined and the rowdy can converge to party and do a little skiing. Here are some libations and locations that are not to be missed in a town that rages—despite being located in Utah.

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Family Time in Park City

Summer in some mountain towns, with their class V rivers and super steep singletrack can be intimidating for families. Not so, Park City. With its plethora of things to do and see, and its three resorts offering up more kid-friendly activities than ever before, Park City is a prime summertime family destination.