Looking for a way to relax over Sundance? Try these five ideas.
- Hot Yoga at Tadasana. Locals are so fortunate to have so many, many yoga options. But during this time of year your best bet is to head out of bustle of Sundance and hit the Pinebrook area yoga center locals know and love. Tadasana offers a range of options from cardio yoga (trust me on this, it’s a workout) to traditional Power Vinyasa. Yoga mats are available for rent and wear something comfortable because odds are your gonna sweats your pants off.
- Take a hike. My favorite place to take visitors who visit Park City for the first time is the PC Hill. Situated behind the Eccles theater is a trail heading up the giant PC letters on the hill. This is an out and back hike, totaling 2.6 miles and gaining 475 feet in elevation. Once at the top you’ll enjoy 360 degree views of the area. It’s quite remarkable. Access point is off State Route 248, turn towards the north. See here for complete directions PC Hill Hike.
- Take a float. Disconnection is sometimes the best therapy. At Sync Float, you will you’re yourself in a dark enclosed tank (if you want, lighting is available) relaxing in about a foot of water with a ton of Epson salt. If you have never tried it, I encourage you to see if this type of deprivation of outside stimulation suits you. Make your appointment here: Sync Float
- Get a massage. Seems obvious right. But locals know that the best place to get a massage is Jupiter Mountain. Off main street and away from the crazy interactions of Sundance is home to the best massage therapists around. Melanie and her crew know how to get your body into a state of relaxation. Bonus, outcalls are available. Book your appointment here: Jupiter Mountain Massage
- Cross Country Ski in the Uinta’s. Venture just a short 35 minutes east of Park City to the Uinta National Forest and you will find a six-mile trail between Yellow Pine and North Fork trailhead areas that is typically groomed by the U.S. Forest Service. You can rent classic cross-country skis at White Pine Touring and head up the mirror lake highway for peace and solitude. For more information about directions and parking see here: Beaver Creek Ski Trail. If skiing is not your thing, consider the same route via foot, keep to the side to preserve trail conditions for skiers.
Lastly, if you find yourself loving Park City we’d love to help you find your new home here. We’ve been selling real estate in Park City for the past 17 years and would love to help! If you not in the market for a new home but still have questions about our fun town, drop us a line or click our contact us button to the right. We are alway happy to help and love, love, love all the recreational, shopping and activities this little town provides.