Make a Break for It: Snowboard in Park City with Torah Bright
Just another day in heaven for Torah. Photo courtesy of Roxy.
What to do when you're not training for you're next half-pipe competition on Park City's world class slopes? Take a hint from Aussie-turned-local Torah Bright. Our friends at Roxy hooked us up with the snowboarder and Olympic gold medalist who now calls the Beehive state home.
Best place to stay: Washington School House Hotel.
Best mountain: Park City Mountain Resort.
Best run: Pick N Shovel park.
Best lodge hang-out: The Viking Yurt.
Best fireside lounging: The mountainview patio fire pits at the St. Regis Deer Valley.
Best spot to recover: Stein Eriksen Lodge Spa.
Best locals-only spot: El Chubasco Mexican restaurant.
Best breakfast: The Bridge Cafe and Grill.
Best lunch: Cobra Dogs!!
Best dinner: Cafe Terigo.
Best coffee: Chai, please. : )
Best juice: Whole Foods.
Best escape: Riding on the mountains.
Best shop for gear: They're all good.
Best shop for gifts: Prospect.
Best surprise: Waking up to fresh powder. Not much can beat that.
Where I bring all my friends who are here for the first time: A stroll up historic Main Street. It's got something for everyone.
I always bring back: Good memories.
I always go back for: Riding my home half pipe at Park City with my good buddies.
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