Come Home to Park City Trails

Professional real estate manby Joel Carson
President/Principal Broker
Utah Real Estate
SLBR 2012 ‘Salesperson of the Year’

Hikers walking through a streamPark City, Utah is surrounded by more than 7,000 acres of preserved open space. If you lived on the Wasatch Back you would be close to the community’s 350 miles of recreational trails. Park City Municipal Corp., Snyderville Basin Recreation, the Mountain Trails Foundation and local reports have worked together to offer access to the pristine mountain via well-maintained trails.

Park City’s elevation is about 7,000 feet so it’s still a little chilly up there; however, the summer season begins this month and most trails are open well into October. Some trails reach elevations of 10,000 feet so remember to dress accordingly when you explore.

If you owned a Park City vacation home just imagine the wonderful adventures you could enjoy every year as you hiked the Wasatch Mountain’s breath-taking terrain. You will experience all different kinds of vegetation including sage, scrub oak, aspen and pines. Some trails are rocky and you will have a great chance of meeting up with wildlife such as deer, elk and moose. You might also encounter the occasional mountain lion and black bear.

The Wasatch Back features trails for hikers of all levels from beginning to professional. Mountain bikers from all over the world frequent this celebrated region and it’s a great place for horseback riding.

After a long day of adventure, save time to relax in historic downtown Park City. Dine in the local restaurants, visit a pub or visit the quaint shops that line Main Street.

Ready to buy your Park City vacation home? I’m here to help. I can help you find the property that best meets your needs and desires. Count on me to represent you through the entire buying process. Contact me, Joel Carson, today at 801-673-3333 today. Browse through our property listings anytime online at Send a text to 801-673-3333 or email me at Come live with us in Utah where “life is elevated.”

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