Food & Drink

7th Annual Park City Shot Ski

Park City Sunrise Rotary Club and High West Distillery welcome imbibers to get in line for their shot at the 7th annual Park City Sunrise Shot Ski. The festive fall tradition will go bottom up on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2023, at 2 p.m. down the center of Park City’s Historic Main Street.


According to the Park City Sunrise Rotary Club, “In 2022, a 2,800-foot-long shot ski – more than half a mile – served 1,340 people using 528 skis end to end and raised more than $40,000 for the Park City Sunrise Rotary Club grant program. As always, the event is raising the stakes with the goal of hosting 1,360 thirsty participants and raising $50,000.”

“We are so grateful to our generous community who help make the beloved Park City Sunrise Shot Ski™ such a fun, memorable event year after year,” said Park City Sunrise Rotary Club member Connie Nelson. “Together, we’re aiming to break last year’s records and raise $50,000 to support our local grant programs and fuel big ideas from our innovative, resourceful Park City residents.” 

The event’s presenting sponsor, High West Distillery, will fill this year’s glasses with High West Double Rye whiskey. A $25 ticket includes a spot on the shot ski and a token to enjoy a High West specialty drink at High West, the official after-party site.

All proceeds will benefit the Park City Sunrise Rotary Club’s Grant Program for 20 community groups. To secure a sponsorship or purchase tickets and event merchandise including hats, T-shirts, stickers, and shot glasses, visit 

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