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Optional Hot Air Balloon Ride

Soak in the jaw-dropping bird’s eye views of Park City and the surrounding area with a sunrise hot air balloon ride. 


It's a great first day optional activity while you acclimate to Park City’s elevation and to Mountain Time.


You’ll be treated to views of glorious green Kamas Valley and the Wasatch Mountains while bathed in the warm glow of dawn.  


You can peek over your floating basket onto the Cottonwood Canyons and over the majestic Uinta Mountains during your one-hour flight. 

Bald Mountain on a chair lift

We'll ride Silver Lake Express to mid-mountain, stopping to enjoy the views at Silver Lake Lodge and wander around the boardwalk at Silver Lake.


We'll board the Sterling Express as we continue to the top of Bald Mountain.


You can enjoy the fresh alpine air and scenery however you choose, either via the chair lift or hiking the 2-mile Silver Lake trail down to mid-mountain. 


You choose the activity level!

Strolling Historic Main Street

Park City is a charming former mining town and is brimming with art galleries and boutique shops. 


We will spend the afternoon strolling historic Main Street and its old and adorable buildings.   


You can grab a coffee at Atticus Coffee & Teahouse or a scoop of ice cream from Java Cow.


As you wander the summer adventure village, check out the iconic and historic Egyptian Theatre where films are screened during the Sundance Film Festival each January.  


If your feet need a rest, take a ride on a Park City icon, the Trolley, for the full Main Street experience. 

Spend the morning relaxing in a private yurt

We'll spend our Saturday morning relaxing at The Lodge at Blue Sky, taking in one of the most scenic posts on Blue Sky's 3,500-acre property.  


Take any weight off your shoulders, and let any cares or worries melt away during a 15-minute Release Chair Massage in the morning sun on the deck. 


Afterward, we will enjoy a private brunch in a high alpine peak overlooking the valley and surrounding moutainscape.

Explore the Utah Olympic Park

We'll learn about the amazing stories of Olympic achievement and tales of the Utah Olympic Park as we explore the Utah Olympic Park.  


Are you an adrenaline-seeker?

There are two optional Olympic-style experiences that are calling your name!   


Optional Experience # 1 - Get your heart pumping with a bobsled ride with a professional driver who'll gain speeds up to 60 mph in less than a minute! Don't worry, the bobsleds are fitted with wheels in the summer so they are ready to slide right down the cement track.

Optional Experience # 2 - Tube down the Nordic Hill (Yes -the ski jumping hill!) for an incredibly fun experience sliding down the lower half of the hill.  There are two different heights to choose from – 60m and 90m.

Prefer an adrenaline-free activity?  You can stick with a more relaxing option and visit the Alf Engen Ski Museum and the George Eccles 2002 Olympic Winter Games Museum.


We’ll all end the afternoon at the Flying Ace All-Stars Freestyle Show - catching the high-flying action of Olympians, National Team skiers, and snowboarders perform acrobatic feats.  They will soar up to 60 feet in the air before landing in the Park’s Olympic Freestyle Pool.  

Explore Park Silly Sunday Market

We’ll get a real feel for the funky, tight-knit Park City community at the weekly Park Silly Sunday Market.


This open-air farmer’s market feels like a street festival, transforming the street into a spectacle of delicious gourmet food, art, crafts, antiques, one-of-a-kind finds, music, performance art and costumes.


Score yourself some bargains or pick yourself up a unique, regional handicraft. 


Enjoy lunch from a street vendor (lobster rolls and Bloody Mary’s are popular choices) or pop into one of the refined eateries along Main Street for lunch.

Nature Bathing in Silk Hammocks

We'll start our Sunday adventure with a stunning hike on the Wasatch Over Wasatch trail into Utah’s famous Aspen groves for nature bathing in silk hammocks.  A guided meditation, while floating effortlessly above the forest floor (with tea!) is sure to resonate your energy and awaken your senses to the forest.

Paddleboard Yoga in the Utah Crater

We'll practice yoga atop stand-up paddleboards and experience the fountain of youth at the oldest yoga studio in the world (over 10,000 years in the making) during a session of Paddleboard Yoga in the Utah Crater! Encased in 55-foot beehive-shaped limestone rock, the Homestead Crater’s Caribbean-blue waters instantly transport you from the mountains of Utah to pure bliss.


The hole at the top of the dome lets sun and fresh air in while the crater’s therapeutic geothermal spring with 95-degree and 65-feet deep mineral water keeps it warm and inviting. 

Anyone can do Paddleboard Yoga even if you’ve never done yoga or been on a paddleboard.  This experience will be tailored to the group's experience and fitness level. It's meant to be recharging and fun! The boards will be attached to a leash around your ankle for safety, and life jackets are available as well.   We will also be hooked onto attached lines in the crater for more stability.


If there's an experience that you do not wish to participate in,

you're always free to opt out and enjoy some downtime at Runaway Janes' Mountain Escape

or make your own arrangements to do another activity.  Nothing is mandatory!


To secure your spot BOOK NOW or to inquire with questions, CONTACT US.

yurt deck
chair massage
Trolley at Night on Historic Main Street
Park City sign
Stand Up Paddleboard in the Crater
Summer Bobsled Track
Historic Main Street at Night
Hot Air Balloon
Chair Lift 1
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