Shadow Ridge Resort
Stunning views and uncommon affordability make this resort property an ideal destination for couples, friends, families, and of course, larger business groups - home to more than 4,000 square feet of meeting space between four rooms.\n\n
Besides Shadow Ridge's exceptional proximity to the ski resort, guests enjoy being close to the galleries, restaurants, boutiques, and nightlife of Park City's Historic Main Street -- just a short half-mile walk or an even shorter half-mile ride via our complimentary on-demand shuttle service. And guests will find no easier access to ski and snowboard rentals than the clothing and rental shop that neighbors the front desk in our newly-remodeled lobby. Moreover, the Park City Municipal Golf Course is just steps away and transforms into a cross country skier's dream in winter, winding through rolling low hills and snow-tipped old growth trees.\n\n
Choose from a variety of accommodations, including everything from smaller hotel rooms with cozy private balconies to spacious 1- and 2-bedroom condos complete with full kitchens, warm fireplaces, and comfortable dining areas.
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... the start of the trip.
Tuesday night, Larry and Kathy made their special chili and Karen made bread and a cherry crisp for dessert. While food was prepared we all had rounds of Margaritas.
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... the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. We just missed an organ recital, but we did hear a recorded version of the organ and the choir. We also listened to an explanation of the acoustics in this assembly hall. No matter where you sit, front, back, balcony, you hear the exact same sound. In addition the sisters walked us to view from the outside the Conference Center that can seat up to 21,000 people, the World ...