Utah Olympic Park
The Utah Olympic Park is the winter sports park built for the 2002 Winter Olympics. The park sits 28 miles east of Salt Lake City, near Park City, hosting bobsleigh, skeleton, luge, ski jumping, and Nordic combined events. It was built from 1991 to 1997.
Today visiting groups can enjoy ski jumps, bobsled rides, ziplines, and an onsite museum. Known as having the 'fastest ice on earth', Utah Olympic Park is certainly an exciting place to visit!
Take a 1-hour group tour while here, this tour the best way to explore the venue and learn about the American stories of Olympic achievement. The tour includes a ride on the shuttle bus to the top of the world's highest Nordic Ski Jumps and one of the fastest sliding tracks in the world. The tour is meant to inform, explain and entertain guests, working to bring the Olympic Games to life.
Spend your day hitting the slopes, enjoying the scenery, and learning the intriguing history of this spot of past Olympic failures and successes. Winter activities at the park include the following:
- Winter Bobsled Experience
- Winter Extreme Zipline
- Winter Summit Course
- Winter Canyon Course
- Winter Discovery Course
- Winter Drop Tower
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