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PROTECT AND PLAY

There’s something magical about life in Park City. Whether you’re enjoying a leisurely hike along our Rail Trail, a crisp fall ride up Mid Mountain, or a
breathtaking view of Jupiter Peak, our wide-open natural spaces and abundant recreation opportunities never cease to beckon, inspire, challenge and
renew us. While the mountains would still be here with or without our presence, the opportunities to explore them—and to truly learn from them—
are brought to our community by the hard-working organizations featured in this guide. They’re the ones maintaining our year-round trail access.
Protecting our open spaces. Keeping our water pure. And making sure everyone in our community has access to awe-inspiring mountain sports, even
if they can’t afford the price of a lift ticket, hiking shoes or a basic bike helmet. While each of these organizations has its own specific mission, all of
them share a common vision for making the most of this magnificent place—so that our unique natural environment is always protected, and everyone
who lives here can make it their playground.

ALF ENGEN SKI MUSEUM FOUNDATION

Connie Nelson, Executive Director . 3419 Olympic Parkway, P.O. Box 980187, Park City, UT 84098 . 435-658-4240 . engenmuseum.org . cnelson@uolf.org

MOUNTAIN TRAILS FOUNDATION

Lora Smith, Project Development & Resource Manager . P.O. Box 754, Park City, UT 84060 . 435-513-0347 . mountainTrails.org . lora@mountaintrails.org

RECYCLE UTAH

Carolyn Wawra, Executive Director . 1951 Woodbine Way, Park City, UT 84060 . 435-649-9698 . recycleutah.org . director@recycleutah.org

SOUTH SUMMIT TRAILS FOUNDATION

Amber Nelson, Treasurer . P.O. Box 98, Oakley, UT 84055 . 435.901.3159 . southsummittrails.org . treasurer@southsummittrails.org

SUMMIT COMMUNITY POWER WORKS

Erin Bragg, Executive Director . P.O. Box 293, Oakley, UT 84055 . 435-850-7279 . spcw.org . erin.bragg@scpw.org

                                                                                                                                                                    David West and friends take a bird watching hike
                                                                                                                                                                    at Swaner Preserve.
                                                                                                                                                                    Photo Credit: Nell Larson

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