The Ice Sheet at Ogden

Curling Arena - The Ice Sheet at Ogden

Curling Arena

Curling was held at the Curling Arena at Ogden (The Ice Sheet at Ogden). The venue opened in 1993 as a recreational training center for Ice Hockey and Figure Skating.


The Ice Sheet at Ogden
54 km / 35 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City


Average annual: 167.1 cm/65.8 in


Base: 1460 m/4790 ft

Post Olympic Use

Today the Ice Sheet offers public skating, lesson programs, hockey, curling, figure skating and speed skating, plus ice shows, a pro shop, conference rooms and an outdoor terrace for meetings.

Seating Capacity



Take Interstate 15 North from downtown Salt Lake City. Exit on US 89 north to Harrison Boulevard. Turn right onto Harrison Boulevard and go two miles to the Dee Event Center and Weber State University. Turn right into the drive for the event center. Ice area uses the adjacent parking lot.

Venue History

Located on the campus of Weber State University adjacent to the Dee Event Center, the Ice Sheet at Ogden opened in 1993 as a recreational training center for curling, ice hockey, and figure skating. A two-month project to replace the original sand-based floor with a more efficient concrete floor was completed in July 1999. The venue hosted the U.S. Men's and Women's National Championships in March 2000, and was the site of the World Junior Championships in March 2001.

For additional suggestions on enjoying these sites year-round, contact the Utah Athletic Foundation.

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