Sundance, Utah

Nestled in the north fork of Provo Canyon, Robert Redford's Sundance Resort is the home of a year-round mountain community. Visitors and guests can be seen at the base of the 12,000-foot Mount Timpanogos enjoying a variety of activities from skiing, dining, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and shopping.

From attending concerts in the summer to the Sundance Film Festival held in the winter, there is always something to do at Sundance regardless of the season. The 6,000-acre resort with incredible mountain scenery is owned by award-winning actor Robert Redford who serves to provide an adventurous outdoor Utah experience to not only locals, but to visitors worldwide.

Park City, Utah

Sundance is located about 40 minutes away from Park City, one of the premier destinations in Utah. Many groups take a trip into town and enjoy what the town has to offer.

In its mining heyday, over 400 million dollars worth of silver was extracted from the hills surrounding Park City. The silver boom created 23 millionaires, including George Hearst, father of newspaper magnate, William Randolph Hearst.

Park City Utah

Sixty-four buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and surrounding hillsides are still dotted with old mine structures .

The Park City Historical Museum & Territorial Jail is a great place to become familiar with the town’s racy past.

Park City is rumored to have more restaurants per capita than any other city. With over 100 restaurants, guests enjoy a sophisticated dining scene and can choose from a variety of cuisines including Thai, French, Italian, Southwestern, Continental, American and Asian Freestyle. During the day, shoppers stay busy browsing in Main Street boutiques carrying clothing, ski gear, antiques, and jewelry, and bookstores and cafes offer quiet places to watch the world go by. When the sun goes down, plenty of clubs and wine bars guarantee a lively nightlife.

For visitors who prefer a cultural side to their vacations, The Egyptian Theater produces a variety of musicals and other programs, and a wide selection of artwork is on display at the Kimball Art Center’s three spaces and at galleries lining Main St.