The Let’s Hike Blog invites our readers to not make use of Park City taxi and hike instead. The purpose of this blog is to encourage people to hike so it probably comes as no surprise (especially to our loyal readership) that we have taken the time to extend this invitation. There are many salient reasons to hike as opposed to taking a taxi to get from one location to another. Sometimes a taxi is not a practicable option. This is especially true in areas where people tend to hike. For example, no one would expect to see a taxi driving along a mountain path or through the back woods.
WE INVITE YOU TO HIKE RATHER THAN TAKE A SHUTTLE FROM SALT LAKE CITY TO PARK CITY
Now one particular route where it would be a better option in which to take motorized transportation is the route from Salt Lake City to Park City. Nevertheless we invite our readers to hike that route as well. We do this not only because we are a blog dedicated to encouraging our readership to hike, but also because hiking is a pleasant and healthy activity in which to take part. Just because a distance is far and perhaps one better suited for an automobile does not preclude the possibility that it can be hiked.
Hikers enjoy a challenge. As such, it makes sense that a route that one might not consider a normal hiking route might not be considered precisely because it would be a challenging route to hike. Therefore, we encourage our readership to hike it. It is a challenging route and not one a hiker is likely to consider. And so gentle readers tell the cab driver to pull over. Get out of the cab and simply start hiking. You know you want to.