We Know the Most Exciting Things to Do in Park City in the Fall

Cool breezes, warm fall foliage, and pumpkinspiced sweet treats are a few of the signs that fall has arrived in Park City. Our area is primarily a winter ski destination, but there are plenty of great things to do in Park City in the fall. View beautiful fall colors and cooler temperatures with fly fishing, hiking, biking, and even horseback riding! Read on to discover five activities you can’t miss when you visit Park City in the fall! 

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Top Things to Do in Park City in the Fall 

1. Fly Fishing 

There’s nothing more relaxing than a quiet day on the water surrounded by beautiful fall colors. Luckily, our area has two blueribbon fisheries and the Jordanelle Reservoir for excellent fly fishing in Park City, Utah! The Provo and Weber Rivers are great spots for independent anglers to cast a line and wait for a bite.  

2. Park City Ghost Tours 

Fall is the spookiest time of the year. If you’re a Halloween fanatic, consider an excursion with Park City Ghost ToursDuring this 75-minute walking tour, you’ll hear tales of local hauntings and learn about the haunted buildings in historic Park City. Tours are available starting at 8:00 p.m. every night with a reservation. 

3. Park City Mountain Resort  

Park City Mountain Resort is one of the best places to take in beautiful fall foliage. Hit the mountain bike trails to take a  ride among the golden aspen trees! Or, opt for a scenic ski lift ride for panoramic views of Park City fall foliageThe winter ski season begins in late November, so visit later in the season to shred the slopes!  

4. Horseback Rides at Deer Valley Resort 

Trot through the forest with horseback ride at Boulder Mountain Ranch at Deer Valley Resort. This company features two horseback rides for guests to choose from. During the fall, we recommend the Aspen Grove One-Hour Trail Ride. The horseback ride winds through the forest and is a great way to admire the native wildlife as well as the changing colors of the aspen trees! 

5. Rent a Home with Alpine Ski Properties


Select a rental with Alpine Ski Properties when you visit Park City in the fall. We offer nearly 70 rentals with easy access to the most popular nearby attractions, like Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley Resort. This puts you near all the best things to do in Park City in the fall!   

Browse a full inventory of our rental homes to start planning your trip!