Why is Clark Weeks a Bomb Threat?
Clark Weeks is a bomb threat at Deer Valley. He loves to ski and he loves Deer Valley in Utah. It is not uncommon to see him bombing down the slope. However, he is not a threat. He is a great skier and although fast, always skis under control.
What Makes Deer Valley Attractive?
That is simple. It is beautiful. But that can be said for many ski resorts. Deer Valley is a bit more upscale and a bit more expensive but it is worth the added expense. This extra level of service is one of the things that appeals to Clark Weeks. The slopes are beautifully groomed. There is a variety of slope difficulty so it appeals to all skill levels. There are a number of black diamond slopes so it appeals to Clark Weeks because there is some variety for someone of his skill level. You don’t need to keep going down the same slope over and over. A big plus that makes it attractive is that it doesn’t allow snowboarders.
There are great amenities at Deer Valley. The restaurants are top notch. Everything from a grocery cafe to The Brass Tag with brick oven cuisine and the Goldener Hirsch Restaurant with top of the line contemporary cuisine. If you want to go all out, there is the Mariposa.
There are many options for places to stay from hotel type rooms to lodges. You can ski from your place to the slopes in many cases. In addition, they have great instructors who can give you lessons no matter what your skill level. Plus, they have a variety of kids programs.
The town/city of Park City is right next to the mountain. On the other side of the town on the next mountain is the Park City Ski Resort. If you get bored with Deer Valley or want a change or want to snowboard, head across town to Park City.
Park City itself is delightful. It is the site of the Sundance Film Festival. There are more fine restaurants here and a range of shops. You can get tourist knick knacks but there are many things you won’t find in most tourist locations. There are a variety of clothing shops, as well as jewelry and many fine art galleries. There are also stores with fossils and stones that range from common but pretty to gemstones.
So, if you go to Deer Valley and Park City, keep your eyes out. You might see Clark Weeks go bombing by.