With fall in full force — and temperatures quickly dropping — we’re officially in the in-between season. It’s a little too muddy and chilly for biking or hiking, but it’s not quite ski season yet. With a few more weeks to go (22 days to be exact) until we can hit the slopes, plenty of Parkites are wondering what to do for a workout.
Luckily, Park City is filled with fantastic fitness studios that’ll help you stay fit this mud season. Below, we’ve listed a few of our favorite Park City fitness studios, along with delicious ways to refuel and revive yourself after your workout.
You’ll feel the burn at this yoga studio, which offers heated vinyasa flow classes, as well as yoga sculpt (which combines yoga with weights and cardio — not for the faint of heart). Once you’ve sweated it out, restore your zen at Whole Foods. Cool down with their fresh-squeezed juices, and grab a salad to-go.
This new cycling studio features heart-pumping music and high-energy instructors. Plus, music videos play on screens while you ride, making the time fly by. After, head across the street to Townshend Tea, where you can grab a refreshing iced tea or energizing hot drink, as well as a snack.
Work out your aggression at Rise, a boxing studio that incorporates traditional punch sequences with body weight exercises and cardio for an effective and fun workout. Follow it with lunch or dinner at Vessel, right across the highway in Kimball Junction, where you can choose your protein of choice to refuel those tired muscles, along with seasonal sides like sweet potato hash or spaghetti squash.
Since 1997, this spot has been a Park City favorite, offering classes on a voluntary donation basis. They offer basic classes for beginners, as well as more creative flow classes and special workshops. Post-class, we suggest taking a stroll up Park Avenue toward town to grab a smoothie bowl, avocado toast or salad at Harvest.
No matter what your age or ability you can find a suitable class at Studio Pilates, located in the old Colby School at the base of the Canyons. After your core-focused class, head to Five5eeds, an Australian-style café that offers breakfast and lunch options, like avocado toast, smoothies and more.
If you’re looking for a full-service sports club, Silver Mountain is your one-stop shop, offering group classes from yoga to circuit training, pools, locker rooms and all the equipment you need. Right down the street, Freshies is the perfect post-workout #treatyoself meal, offering award-winning lobster rolls, sandwiches, salads and more.