Park City was founded as a mining town, filled with miners that purportedly drank, gambled, frequented brothels, and committed crimes. Park City Ghost Tours? guides delve into this illicit history during 70-minute walking tours. They investigate the sites most known for hauntings and chills while relaying the harrowing history of each. Tours begin nightly at 7 p.m., when the sun is thoroughly below the horizon and it gets harder to tell the difference between a zombie and a parking meter.
The Benson Grist Mill seems like it would be a perfect location to hide out in the event of a zombie outbreak. The mountains to the east cut off the incursion of wandering hordes, and the crumbling stone walls provide some measure of cover. However, these seemingly protective traits bear little use when the undead have already overrun the mill, turning the historic area into a kettle for lost souls. Only the foolhardiest of interlopers would attempt to make passage there.
Jason Haslam hasn't kept his passion for fly fishing to himself. Instead, the veteran fly fisher founded Fly Drifters of Utah as a way to share his passion with others. Throughout each season, he and his guides lead fly fishing trips to nearby streams and rivers. On the trips, they teach participants the best techniques for catching brown trout, midges, and blue winged olives. They also hold classes that cover topics ranging from casting and knot tying to reading the water even when there isn't an open book on top of it.
All instructors at Cavorite Aviation have a minimum of four years teaching experience, and draw from this know-how to provide their students with fun and flexible lessons. Learning takes place both on the ground and in the air, behind the controls of an Alrus CH2T Trainer, a top quality aircraft that provides students with a safe learning environment.
On Friday the 13th of July, Go Tri sponsors its annual series of nighttime races with routes wending paths between local landmarks such as the Eagle Mountain City Center, Nolan Park, and the scenic Ranches neighborhood. Donning glow-in-the-dark outfits to increase visibility, without carrying a night light on a transatlantic extension cord, runners can dart through the half marathon, adopt a casual pace during the 5K, or go stride-in-little-stride with youngsters during a short fun run that ends at Nolan Park’s splash pad. At the finish line of each race, participants can cool down and refuel on complimentary snacks, while prizes honor the fastest and most festively dressed runners.
Claiming to be the nation's largest paragliding and speed-flying facility, Cloud 9 Paragliding School touts its complete repair loft and lessons held seven days of the week year-round. The facility also stocks a variety of flying gadgets and equipment and imports a variety of international brands of paragliding equipment, which it then distributes to more than 40 flying schools across the country. But above all, the facility sees itself as a big toy store, providing big kids with playthings such as kite tricycles, pogo sticks, and mountain unicycles.