Town Lift (08/27/2008) This picture from the slopes above Park City shows the ski slope crossing Park Avenue into the lower section of Main Street.
Visitor Information (09/13/2008) This Park City Visitor Information center is on highway 224 near the Kimball Junction exit. The information center has a wealth of information about the Park City area.
Redstone (09/13/2008) This is the entrance to the Redstone shopping district off highway 224 in Kimball Junction. Highway 224 is the primary entrance to Park City which is in the valley over the hill on the left.
Highway 224 (09/13/2008) This is highway 224 running from Kimball Junction to Park City. The highway hugs the base of the mountain as it zigzags over the hill.
Park Entrance (09/13/2008) This contraption marks the entrance of the Utah Olympic Park off Highway 224 that runs from Kimball Junction to Park City.
Miners Hospital (06/12/2008) The old Park City Miner's Hospital, below the city park was built in 1904. It is currently used as City Office Space
Park City Miner s Hospital (06/12/2008) The old Park City Miner's Hospital is just below the city park. You pass the hospital on the trail into downtown.
Park City Bank (06/12/2008) A bank sits on the corner of Park Avenue and Empire Avenue.
Fire Truck (06/12/2008) The Saint George Fire Truck was visiting Park City.
Rite Aid (06/12/2008) Rite Aid and Blockbuster in Park City.
The Yarrow (06/12/2008) The Yarrow Resort is centrally located on Park Avenue just North of the Resorts and main drag.
JC Reid Building (06/12/2008) The JC Reid Office Building is named for a local Real Estate firm.
An Olympic Welcome (06/12/2008) This sign at the Olympic Welcome Center gives visitors an olympic size welcome to Park City.
Squatters (06/12/2008) Squatters is a brew pub in Park City. Notice the people under the sign. True to form, they are squatting.
This gallery shows pictures from along Park Avenue (Highway 224*) leading into Park City. Coming from the North, Park Avenue is the primary street into the city. Main Street proper starts at 9th Street, one block East of Park Avenue.
Running North South, Highway 224 starts at the intersection of I80 at Kimball Junction. The road avoids the wetlands of the Snyderville Basin by clinging to the sides of the mountains. The road passes Utah's Olympic Park, jogs East past the Canyons Ski Resort then veers East into downtown Park City giving the road access to Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resort.
South of Park City, Highway 224 turns into a dirt road that climbs over Guardsman Pass and drops into Wasatch Mountain State Park. This section of road is snowbound during the winter.