There’s nothing worse than being on a ski vacation and having absolutely no interest in skiing. Ok, maybe not nothing worse, especially if you enjoy spending entire days inside a snowy condo with a good book. But should you want to get outside and explore, sometimes it seems ski towns really don’t offer much outside of eating, drinking, and… skiing.
This is not the case, however, in Park City, Utah. The home of the famous Sundance Film Festival is also home to some fascinating history, unique dining experiences, craft distilleries, and live music. It might just be the best place to go on a ski vacation and never see the slopes. Though the powder in Utah is among the best in the world, sometimes you might not feel like shredding it. Here’s the best stuff to do in Park City in winter that won’t involve wearing snow pants.