Activity: More Skiing at Park City, Utah, USA – Part II
This post is one chapter on our trip to Park City, Utah, United States on Alaska Airlines. This trip was booked and credited to Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan using a two for one Companion Fare courtesy of the Alaska Airlines credit card. For more information on how this trip was booked, please see our trip introduction here. For other parts of the trip, please see this index.
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- Introduction: Skiing in Park City, Utah, USA via Alaska Airlines
- Alaska Airlines Premium Class: Bellingham – Seattle
- The Club at Seattle – A Concourse – Seattle Tacoma Airport
- Alaska Airlines Premium Class: Seattle – Salt Lake City
- Hotel Park City by Autograph Collection, Park City, Utah, USA
- Skiing at Park City, Utah, USA
- Skiing at The Canyons Mountain Resort, Park City, USA
- Skiing at Brighton Mountain Resort, Cottonwood Canyon, USA
- Lunch at the St Regis, Deer Valley, USA
- Alaska Airlines Premium Class: Salt Lake City – Seattle
- Alaska Airlines: Seattle – Bellingham
Activity: More Skiing at Park City, Utah, United States
On Day Three, we headed back up the hill. MrsWT73 was rested having had a day off and ready to tear up the hill. We wandered over to the Canyons, which is the second part of the ski hill at Park City for a change of scenery. We had more gorgeous weather with bright sun today.
Towards the end of the day, MrsWT73 found herself a comfortable beach chair while I hit up a few extra runs. She was hoping for a bar somewhere, but struck out with only weak beer on tap on offer at the mid mountain cafeterias. I ended up doing some laps on PayDay towards the base while she sacked out.
With another day done, we headed back to the Hotel Park City for a self catered apres on the room patio. It’s tough to beat these views!
We had the fancy dinner of the trip tonight in town. We self drove ourselves into the historic town where the sun was just setting for the evening. Historic Park City is a neat town and an interesting place to explore for a few days.
We had a booking a Tupoelo Park City a restaurant specializing in regional suppliers and ingredients.
I ended up ordering the Rocky Mountain Elk Bolognese, with smoked parmesan and fresh mushrooms with snipped chives. It was a very tasty choice and a good pick for me.
MrsWT73 opted for two starters instead of a main course, settling on Kale Caesar Salad, with sourdough croutons, smoked parmesan with Lemon along with Maine Crab Toast, Grilled Sourdough, Fennel Chilies and Garlic Aioli. I took a little bite of both and they were super tasty.
We washed this down with Willimette Valley Jigsaw Pinot Noir.
After an after dinner walk on Main Street, with the night still young, we hopped over to the No Name Saloon for a last cocktail. We arrived at just the right time as it started to get busy around 10:30 PM.
We headed back to the hotel for a fabulous sleep!