Go fly fishing with this crew, and you're sure to catch fish.
With a motto like “no fish, no pay, no kidding” you can’t go wrong. Justin Harding of Utah Pro Fly Fishing’s clients have a 98 percent catch rate—so he can afford to make that promise. A passionate fly fisherman, he tries to instill that passion in his clients by adapting each trip to a visitor’s particular needs. Whether you’re an expert fly fisherman who’s never been to Utah, or a first-timer, the guides will make sure you enjoy your experience.
Take a guided horseback tour in the wilderness of Park City, just ten minutes from Main Street.
Take in Utah wilderness just 10 minutes from Main Street on a Red Pine Horseback Tour. They’re located on private land, so you’ll be the only people around. Red Pine offers hour and a half rides, two-hour rides, and half day rides where you’ll trek up to 10,000 feet in elevation and pass by a lake. Riders must be 8-years-old. Park City, Utah | 800.417.7669 | redpinetours.com
Take your family on a snowmobile adventure just 10 minutes from Main Street in Park City.
Up to 25 people at a time can go on these guided snowmobile tours. Riders 16-years-old and older who have a license can drive their snowmobile around huge meadows. Guides are there to help visitors learn about the machines and help them if they get stuck. If you don’t want to drive your own snowmobile you can ride on the back of another—each snowmobile seats two people. Park City, Utah | 800.417.7669 | redpinetours.com
Lift-accessed tubing allows for a fun family tradition.
Tubing is as much a winter tradition as snowballs, snowmen, and Santa Claus. Northstar has taken it a step farther by removing that pesky uphill piece of the equation. Starting just above the gondola at mid-mountain tubers are rope-towed up the hill before speeding downhill one at a time or chained together in groups. The tube masters at Northstar have even built in turns and whoop-dee-dos to add a little more excitement to the mix.