Utah Olympic Park

Utah Olympic Park

Bobsleigh & Luge Track and Ski Jump Hill

Bobsleigh, Luge, and Skeleton were held at the Bobsleigh/Luge Area (Utah Olympic Park). The design and engineering phase of all projects was completed in September 1999; construction was finished one year later.


Total events: 3

Men's two-man
Men's four-man


Total events: 3

Men's single
Women's single
Mixed double


Total events: 2

Men's single
Women's single


Utah Olympic Park; 3000 Bear Hollow Drive


Average annual: 543.6 cm/214 in


Base: 2142 m/7027.5 ft
Summit: 2233 m/7326.1 ft

Post Olympic Use

The Utah Olympic Park is used today as a bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton training and competition site. The public may try the bobsled when it is not in use. Ski jumping practice can be observed; this venue can also be toured. Additionally, an Olympic museum is on site of the Utah Olympic Park.


Take Interstate 80 east from downtown Salt Lake City and head towards Park City. Exit at Kimball Junction, Route 224. Follow 224 to Bear Hollow Drive and make a right. Follow road to front entrance of park.

Venue History

Located within the 389-acre Utah Olympic Park, the 1335-m track features five start areas and is one of only a dozen refrigerated, certified tracks in the world. Construction of the Utah Olympic Park began in 1991 with the park and ski jump facilities opening in 1993. The bobsleigh, skeleton and luge track became operational in 1997. In July 1999, ownership of the Utah Olympic Park was transferred from the Utah Sports Authority to SLOC.

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

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