Capture panoramic views of the Wasatch Mountains, Canyons Resort and Park City as the Red Pine Gondola speeds you to your alpine summer adventure at 8,000 feet. Mountain bikes are welcome.
Park City Canyons offers some of the finest hiking trails in the Park City area. Take a scenic gondola ride to access the Mid-Mountain Trail.
Explore the many trails at Canyons on your own or sign up for a guided hiking tour through All Seasons Adventures. Call 435-615-8086 for All Seasons Adventures.
Open July 1st – October 2
Daily, 10:00am – 5:00pm
Gondola tickets are available for purchase at Canyon Mountain Sports, located in Canyons Resort Village or the General Store, located in the Grand Summit Hotel.
Park City – Canyons Village
4000 Canyons Resort Dr Park City, UT 84098 (888) 226-9667
The Table Tennis Training and Event Center is the largest, full service table tennis (ping pong) facility in Salt Lake City. It not only services the Salt Lake metro area, but all of Utah, the Wasatch Front and the Inter-mountain west.
Please come by and visit our state of the art facility. We have coaching, leagues, tournaments, incentives, memberships, corporate programs, etc. available to you. We are fortunate to already have nationally recognized talent on our coaching staff who reside here in the Salt Lake City area.
Walk In Rates
- Non Members $6
- Student Non Members $4.50
- Senior Non Members $4.50
The Table Tennis Training and Event Center is opening their facility every Saturday for coaching, between the hours of 8:30 am and 10:30 am for children ages 5 and up.
Hours: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm Monday – Saturday.
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Cool off a hot summer day with this fun activity for ages 3+. Enjoy a scenic train ride from Heber to Vivian Park, raft the renowned Provo River with experienced guides through Class I and Class II rapids, visit the famed Sundance Resort, then catch a return shuttle to the depot OR with the TimeSaver option you can catch a return shuttle without visiting Sundance Resort.
Dress appropriately and don’t forget the sunscreen!
Includes gourmet boxed lunch served with your choice of ham, turkey, roast beef or vegetarian sandwich, freshly-baked cookie, chips and bottled water.
Departs from the Heber City Depot each Tuesday through Saturday at 11:00 am and returns at approximately 2:30pm.
$89 Adults/Seniors, $74 Children (3-12)
In Utah there are some 70 active players who have national ratings as well as two table tennis clubs sanctioned by the U.S.A.T.T. (U.S.A. Table Tennis Organization) and several tournaments each year.
Salt Lake County
West Valley City
Table Tennis Training and Event Center
Wasatch Front Table Tennis Club
Salt Lake Seniors Table Tennis Club (for 60 and over) plays Wednesday afternoons beginning at 1:30 p.m. at the Mt. Olympus Senior Center at 1635 E. Murray-Holladay Road.
Timpanogos Table Tennis Club
Utah Valley Table Tennis Club meets at the Eldred Senior Center, 270 West 500 North in Provo, Utah. They have eleven tables and play from 5:30-9:50 pm every Thursday. The cost is $2.50 nightly or $8 per month ($2 for students). Call Tom Hale (801-763-8362) or Grant Misbach (801-373-8009) for more info.
Ogden City Table Tennis Club has five tables and meets Mondays at the Riverdale Community Center (801-621-6084) at 6-8:45 p.m. (Summers 6-8 p.m.) at 4360 S. Parker Dr., Riverdale. The club also meets at the Marshall White Community Center at 28th Street & Lincoln Ave., Ogden, (801-629-8346) on Wednesdays from 6:00-8:00 pm, and Fridays from 1:00-3:00 pm. An associated activity is the Riverdale Community Center Tournament held on the second Wed 6-8 p.m. on even months (Feb, Apr, Jun, Aug, Oct, Dec), sponsored by the Community Center, not the Club. For further information contact John Mathis, 801-389-0367.
SUU Table Tennis Club welcomes all players at all levels. The club meets at varying times and venues to satisfy the schedules of students and residents of Southern Utah. Southern University of Utah
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Saddle up for a great summertime activity that combines a train ride with horseback riding.
Relish the winding trails and scenic views of Soldier Hollow, led by professional guides. Return to the lodge for a delicious boxed lunch, then climb aboard the train and head back to the Heber Depot (3:00 pm departure returns by shuttle).
Appropriate for riders 8 years and older. Includes guide gratuity.
Wagon and buggy rides are available for families with children under the age of 8, contact the Ticket Office for additional information.
Dates: June 3 through August 31, 2011 — Tuesday through Saturday
11:00 am Depart Heber Depot / 2:00 pm Return
3:00 pm Depart Heber Depot / 6:00 pm Return
Duration: 3 Hours, Round-Trip
Fares: $89 Adult/Senior/Child
Train departs from the Heber City Depot. Food and beverages are available for purchase throughout the ride, in the full-service snack car. Advance reservations are required 24-hours in advance. No outside food or beverage is allowed.