How to Visit the Utah Olympic Park

Utah Olympic ParkThe following is an excerpt from an article detailing the 6 essential steps to visiting the Utah Olympic Park:

The Utah Olympic Park, home of the 2002 Winter Olympics, is a place where spectators can watch ski jumpers race downhill on the K90 and K120 jumps at up to fifty miles per hour, even in the summer! Warm weather visitors can also watch aerial jumpers twist and flip up to 70 feet in the air before splashing into a pool containing 750,000 gallons of water. There are competitions during the winter months, camps for all ages and a museum open year-round. If you enjoy participating in the fun, check out the Zip Lines, Alpine Slide and bobsled run.

  1. Decide when you would like to visit.
  2. Arrange transportation.
  3. Visit the Alf Engen Ski Museum inside of the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center.
  4. Go to the upper level of the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center to the 2002 Eccles Olympic Museum.
  5. Go outside to watch the skiers.
  6. Buy ride tickets.

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