Snow Yurt.

Last week my parents treated me to dinner in a Viking Yurt, half-way up the Park City Mountain Resort. I thought you might like to see the pictures!





They served gluhwein, red mulled wine, and if you wanted to spike it they were also selling aquavit shots. The wood burning fireplace also kept the yurt super toasty.

I have to say the food was surprisingly amazing, especially for serving it at 9,000 feet… Waygu beef was the main and it was so tender. 

The sorbet was served in a stone from Norway–it was a little gimicky, but still pretty cool.

The cheese plate on a cedar plank was just beautiful.

All in all, it was one of my favorite tourist-trap excursions in a long-time!
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2 responses to “Snow Yurt.

  1. What a fun night! Love the picture as you’re going up the mountain. Sometimes the tourist traps can get it right 🙂

  2. Tash,
    It was a very fun evening. It felt very Christmasy and romantic to be out in the beautiful snow. I was glad we were in the cab. I thought the dinner really was nice and kept us nice and warm. I would do it again!

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