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Utah Olympic Park

Utah Olympic Park

The Utah Olympic Park featured the 2002 Olympic Winter Games as a prime competition venue: the Park held Nordic jumping, bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton. Now there are nearly 400 acres of sporting facilities and visitor areas that can accommodate over 300,000 people. Watch athletes in training; explore the Alf Engen Ski History Museum and 2002 Eccles Winter Olympic Museum; daily guided tours of the Olympic competition sites; public bobsled rides starting in December; and chair lifts to the K120 Ski Jump’s summit.
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Mountain Vista Touring

Mountain Vista Touring

Mountain Vista has action and adventure in Park City throughout the seasons. In the winter, hike with guides who are knowledgeable about the trees, wildlife, and history of the area. Go snowshoeing and sightsee at once in the glistening Park City snow. During the summer months, go trail running, hiking, and mountain biking as the guides give you tours of Park City’s natural history and beauty. To complete the day, take advantage of one of the private yoga sessions or receive a massage.
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