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Oh so fly
Stock up on fly-fishing equipment before heading outdoors to try your luck. Fly by L.L. Bean, $1.95.
Wade a minute
Wade into the streams while staying dry and comfortable with this Pro Guide wading jacket by Orvis, $349.
Short style
Choose shorts with a loose fit and a durable material, such as the Big Sur short by The North Face, $40.
Cool nights, warm blankets
Stay warm when the temperature drops with these Hudson Bay blakents by Woolrich, $289.
Paddle down the river
Kayaks are a popular outdoor choice in Park City. Kayak by Wilderness Systems, $1,200.
Trek it en vogue
Why sacrifice style when choosing a solid trail shoe? Ridgeline sneakers by Keen, $100.
Pocket of tools
Be prepared for nearly everything with this pocket knife by Swiss Army, $50.
Cool the burn
Did you forget sunscreen? Make sure to apply After Sun moisturizer by Clarins, $32.
Pack it in
Wear this backpack on your bag or carry it as a duffle bag. Duffle backpack by Patagonia, $100.
Layer it
Layering is important when hiking, especially in the mountains where temperatures can change drastically. Chambray shirt by Levi's, $68. Plaid tank by Ruehl, $68.
Channel the great outdoors—from hiking to fly-fishing—with woodsy wonders inspired by the mountain town’s natural beauty.

The Gear:
Fly by L.L. Bean, $1.95. Pro Guide wading jacket by Orvis, $349. Big Sur short by The North Face, $40. Hudson Bay blanket by Woolrich, $289. Kayak by Wilderness Systems, $1,200.  Ridgeline sneakers by Keen, $100. Pocket knife by Swiss Army, $50. After Sun moisturizer by Clarins, $32. Duffle backpack by Patagonia, $100. Chambray shirt by Levi’s, $68. Plaid tank by Ruehl, $68.

Get out and explore the outdoors. Need to rent a mountain bike, fly fishing gear or a kayak? No problem. The folks at All Seasons Adventure will set you up with the gear and guides to fulfill your need for thrill—or chill.

Blame the second coming of Park City on Robert Redford. In addition to the    
Sundance franchise, he’s set up shop in the former Union Pacific Railroad Depot with his restaurant Zoom, which serves a revved-up American menu in a relaxed-chic setting. 

If “roughing it” isn’t your scene, book a suite at the Dakota Mountain Lodge, which has luxury down pat. After a hike, try a warm stone massage at the Golden Door Spa or relax poolside.   

—Elizabeth Doyle

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