Park City, Utah

Alpine Heart of the 2002 Winter Olympics Park City was founded as a silver-mining town in 1869. By 1900, it was a booming mining town with 10,000 residents and 100 saloons. Second largest silver strike in U. S., 1200 miles of mining tunnels under the city; Summit County was one of the fastest growing counties in the US during the 1990s Elevation = 7000 ft at Main Street: ranges from 6500 ft- 10,000 ft City Size =12 square miles This historic mining town is now world-renowned for skiing and snowboarding. Three major ski areas and the Utah Olympic Parks surround us while the stunningly beautiful Wasatch Mountains provide a backdrop for an array of other winter activities as well. Enjoy a romantic weekend getaway at one of our many fine lodging establishments, dine at dozens of acclaimed restaurants, visit the galleries and boutique shops, or enjoy snowmobiling, fishing, snowshoe adventures, bobsled, luge, horseback, or sleigh rides. Park City in the wintertime...there's no place like it!

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Family Pictures 2004 (click to enlarge):

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10 years later (click on picture to get rotated larger picture):

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