Came here for the winter and stayed for the rest of the year is a common saying here in Park City, but what about the other three seasons? As fall falls upon us, we have a few reasons we happen to love fall almost as much, if not more than some of the other well-known season. 

Did you know that Park City has many fabulous fall features to fall in love with? Do you know the weather in the fall is brisk and cool, which is perfect for mountain biking? Did you also know that trails which are closed in the spring due to snowmelt, are often the best trails to hike and bike in the fall? Dogs love fall too, with many pooches enjoying hikes with their owners in cooler fall temperatures. Did you know that fall has as many, and sometimes more events, than summer?

Enjoy refreshing, crisp temperatures, mountain fresh fall air, and an unrivaled fall color palette in Park City from September to November! Look around at the Aspens showing off their golden new color. Find trees changing their hues to reds, oranges, and purples. Find a fall event to please your soul from mild to wild! Here's an in on local events in Park City which both tourists and locals alike will appreciate.

Park City Singer Songwriter Festival

September 13-14

Ever wonder who wrote your favorite country songs? Hear them live at the Park City Songwriter Festival. With over 17 grammy award winners, 54 #1 hit songs, and Hall of Famers, this festival will leave you laughing, crying, and dying for more. 

Silly Sunday Market

Through September 22

Park City’s Silly Sunday Market is a local favorite and will continue to offer remarkable local goods and fare to market-goers every Sunday from 10am to 5pm until September 22nd. Peruse up and down Main Street to fill your fall fancy with local artisans, elegant food trucks, and lively local entertainment. Don’t forget to head up Main Street to check out Historic Park City’s year-round boutiques, galleries, and restaurants. 

Shot Ski to Benefit Local Charities

Saturday, October 12

Throwback a local libation at the 4th Annual Shot Ski Event on October 12th at 2pm. Line historic Main Street and swig back High West Distillery Brew. Grab a space on a ski with three shot glasses for just $25. Park City Rotary Club and High West Distillery sponsor this annual event to raise money for charities. Their goal this year? 1,310 people, 2610 feel of skis lined tip to tip, 515 skis with shot glasses and to raise $40,000 for local charities. How could you miss it?

When Your Fabulous Fall Foodie Calls...

Oktoberfest with The Next Course

Saturday, September 14 

Experience Oktoberfest on Main St. at Mountain Town Olive with The Next Course. Relish in a tasting class with a beautiful wine pairing, headed by Deanna Fitchat, a local chef. Take home recipes from the class to recreate your experience at home.

Park City Wine Festival

October 4

Explore the finer side of wine at the Park City Wine Festival October 3rd to 5th. Meet master winemakers, culinary artists, and delve into culinary sensation overload with more than 100 food artisans, epicurean purveyors, and local brews. 

Festival highlights downtown include wine tasting and wine pairing. Walk of Wine on October 4th will lead you through historic Main Street to taste over a dozen wines featured at local restaurants downtown. For the Love of Wine pairs delicious old world wines in this delectable luncheon. Listen to Master Sommelier Ron Mumford speak about his unique selections. Try these wines with cuisine from Executive Chef and owner Matthew Harris of Tupelo.

Dine About Park City

October 6-20 

"Eat More, Pay Less" with a two-course lunch or three-course dinner at one of our fabulous restaurants in historic Park City! Choose your favorite cuisine and book your tickets early to get a spot at this local culinary event. Dine About Park City has a variety of choices from vegetarians to meat lovers to gluten-free dining.