Most people have already mothballed their ski boots in a closet or jammed their skis into storage. But tonight I packed up my goggles, ski pants and long underwear for 5 days worth of spring skiing in glitzy Park City, Utah.
Come along this week as I document the 389-acre Olympic Park venue, home to six Nordic Ski Jumps and a 1,335-meter sliding track. The Park was built for the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games but still serves as a training center for athletes from around the country.
Will I get a chance to ski? Provided I’m wearing several point-of-view GoPro cameras mounted to boards, helmets and waistlines. My footage will extend off the trail too – hotdogging straight into the High West Distillery and Saloon for an award-winning whiskey alongside Western-inspired victuals (food for hungry humans).
If skiing isn’t your thing, stick around because I’ll be writing about guided fly fishing for monster trout, golfing at Old Mill and a 2.7 mile hike up a canyon for a spectacular aerial view of Salt Lake City.