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Park City Tour
"Pickup from your hotel with a very flexible time that suits your groups needs. Drive east up Parleys Canyon to Park City and hear the early pioneer history. Be Inspired at the Olympic Park (Many activities to choose from please visit utaholympiclegacy.com for pricing)Visit Deer Valley and ride the ski lift 3 miles down ( $10 to Mid Mountain $17 Full Mountain ride) Explore historic Main Street Park City; Museums Art Galleries and Award Winning Restaurants. Stroll Main street where the home of the largest movie festival ""Sundance"" takes placeWe will Drop you back off at your hotel or downtown restaurant or wherever you wish to continue the day in good ""Driving east from Salt Lake we will Drive through Parleys Canyon to Park City. In Park City we will stop at three stops. The first stop is the Olympic Park where you can see the athletes in training on the ski slopes year round. The second stop is Deer Vatitle=Highlights&1=Choice+of+seating+available&2=Choice+of+several+departures+throughout+the+day&3=Excellent+value+for+money&4=Family+friendly&5=Get+inside+tips+from+a+local&6=Informative%2C+friendly+and+professional+guide
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Park City Tour
"Pickup from your hotel with a very flexible time that suits your groups needs. Drive east up Parleys Canyon to Park City and hear the early pioneer history. Be Inspired at the Olympic Park (Many activities to choose from please visit utaholympiclegacy.com for pricing)Visit Deer Valley and ride the ski lift 3 miles down ( $10 to Mid Mountain $17 Full Mountain ride) Explore historic Main Street Park City; Museums Art Galleries and Award Winning Restaurants. Stroll Main street where the home of the largest movie festival ""Sundance"" takes placeWe will Drop you back off at your hotel or downtown restaurant or wherever you wish to continue the day in good ""Driving east from Salt Lake we will Drive through Parleys Canyon to Park City. In Park City we will stop at three stops. The first stop is the Olympic Park where you can see the athletes in training on the ski slopes year round. The second stop is Deer Vatitle=Highlights&1=Choice+of+seating+available&2=Choice+of+several+departures+throughout+the+day&3=Excellent+value+for+money&4=Family+friendly&5=Get+inside+tips+from+a+local&6=Informative%2C+friendly+and+professional+guide
From $55.00
 
"Ski Salt Lake City Super Pass: Discounted Lift Passes
"Redeem your voucher for your Super Pass at any of these Ski Salt Lake resorts: Alta Ski Area Brighton Resort Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort and Solitude Mountain Resort. Then use your pass to head straight to the lift and enjoy discounts of up to 20 percent on ski rentals plus provided UTA Ski Bus and TRAX lightrail transport around the resorts.Choose from a range of passes with validities from 3-10 days that can each be used within a 7- or 14-day window. All passes are valid from the time of first use
From $237.00

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Wyoming's First School House

In 1860 this building was built to serve as Wyoming's first school, and frankly it's quite remote from one of the nation's better universities at UofW. What's amazing is the simplicity of the...
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Bridger-Vasquez Co. 1840s Trading

Fort Bridger began as a simple trading post established by Jim Bridger and Louis Vasquez in 1843 to service the emigrants as a supply stop along the Oregon Trail. It was obtained by the Mormons in the...
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Fort Bridgers Commanders Quarters

One interesting fact is the Commanders quarters, which is a lovely Victorian, was sold and moved off the property during the dark times of abandonment. The individual who bought this huge home,...
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1880 Barracks- Museum

Although, many of the original buidlings are gone or in decay, the ones that are left are special. They stand now in their original sites so you can see maybe how the fort was arranged. The 1880...
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Carter's Freight Wagon

This wagon belonged to Judge W. A. Carter, a pioneer rancher. It nicely covered under a cover to keep it preserved.Site Grounds open year-round 8 a.m. to sunset, daily.MuseumMay 1-Sept. 30: 9 a.m....
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1887 Guard House

This is the 1887 Guard House. It kind of sits all by itself. I am surprised that someone hadn't bought it, but maybe because it was too small. Still, I am glad it is still there.Site Grounds open...
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Fort Bridger Pony Express Monument

The marker reads:Fort BridgerEstablished in 1858As a military post AsloPony ExpressStationAnd on the Old Oregon TrailYou know, you have to appreciate the hardship our ancestors experienced. Bad enough...
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Reconstructed Bridger Era Stockade

Every year, there's a celebration anniversary for Fort Bridger, and during the centennial celebration, a facsimile Fort Bridger stockade was constructed by volunteers. The work is showing some age...
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Earliest Structures

Nothing remains of Jim Bridger's original wooden stockade, bu behind the museum are the remains of some original foundations and a wall erected during the Mormon period. This has been repaired with...
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Museum and Bookstore

Fort Bridger has a very nice museum with both authentic artifacts found at the fort and creative displays that show the various epics with the life of the fort. The bookstore and gift shop is well...
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Fort Bridger Military Buildings

Most of the white washed buildings at Fort Bridger were built during its use as a US Army military post. There are the barracks and a guard house. Many buildings are gone, with only scant evidence of...
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Old Lincoln Highway Motel Near Entrance

Near the entrance to Fort Bridger, shrouded within a forest, are the remains of an old motel built in the early 30's, perhaps. This is private property and not open to the public, but it seems worth...
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Grave of Thornburgh the Dog

A famous dog is buried at Fort Bridger. There have been several books written about this mutt, and frankly his grave site is as good as it gets even for humans.
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"Diversion to Lyman and Fort Bridger"
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