Utah's Olympic Park
Watch or participate in Olympic-style events at this park, where several 2002 Olympic events were held. The park hosts national and international competitions and training events including nordic jumping and the sliding sports of bobsled, luge and skeleton.
During the summer, ski jumpers work on technique by landing on plastic runways in landing zones. Freestyle aerialists practice their twists and jumps and land in the park's 750,000-gallon training pool.
During the 2002 Olympic, this area served as a venue for ski jumping, nordic combined, bobsled, skeleton and luge. Now, visitors are treated to self-guided and expert tours of the competition sites, including the world's highest altitude ski jumps and the fastest sliding track. Take the ride of your life on a bobsled at 70 miles per hour with 4 Gs of force. Try an introductory camp in ski jumping, luge, skeleton or slopestyle skiing and snowboarding. And be sure to visit the Alf Engen Ski Museum and 2002 Games exhibit.
Utah Olympic Park is open daily from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. with adult admission packages, ranging from $5-$10. Tours are held on the hour from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Get Up & Go!
|•||Winter/Summer Bobsled Rides|
|•||Freestyle Camps, Programs & Shows|
|•||Skeleton, Luge, Freestyle & Ski Jumping Learning Camps|
|•||Alf Engen Ski Museum|
|•||Athletes In Training|
Utah Olympic Park
Olympic Parkway and Highway 224 at Kimball Junction
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