Auberge in Park City


Set on a 3,500-acre ranch outside Park City, Utah, and surrounded by the alpine highlands of the Wasatch and Uinta ranges, The Lodge at Blue Sky is a new 46-room retreat that is part of the distinguished Auberge Resorts Collection.

The property, which opened at the beginning of June, has an on-site organic farm (and greenhouse) that supplies the resort’s signature restaurant, Yuta. There, James Beard Award-winning chef Galen Zamarra offers “a modern interpretation of refined Western cuisine,” with many dishes being prepared on a woodburning grill. The resort’s 7,400-square-foot spa has five treatment rooms, plus an open-air relaxation pool.

Horseback riding at The Lodge at Blue Sky
Horseback riding at The Lodge at Blue Sky - Richard Schultz

Traditional Western activities such as fly-fishing (on the ranch’s private stretch of Alexander Creek), hiking and horseback riding are available. In addition, the lodge has a partnership with a local helicopter company, which enables it to offer heli-skiing, heli-hiking, heli-fishing and heli-mountain biking. Helicopters also permit mountaintop yoga and meditation, and even heli-weddings for those who want a low-key and budget-conscious start to married life.

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