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The Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation is a non-profit organization responsible for maintaining our Olympic facilities at world-class levels and using them to provide opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to watch, learn and excel in winter sports.
Inspired by the success and momentum of the 2002 Salt Lake Olympic Winter Games, the Foundation has turned its focus toward embracing, engaging and involving Utah’s youth in winter sport. Your ticket purchase goes directly to supporting the Foundation and future winter athletes.
Board of Directors
The Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization governed by its President/CEO and Board of Directors. The Board has thirteen voting members, one ex-officio member and one advisor. Learn More
Exploring Venues Utah Olympic Oval
Built in 2001 just in time for the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, Utah Olympic Oval is located in the community of Kearns, just 16 miles west of Salt Lake City, Utah. The five-acre venue houses Utah’s only 400-meter speed skating oval and two international-sized ice sheets as well as a state-of-the-art four-lane 442-meter running track. Today, Utah Olympic Oval is a dynamic multi-use facility focused on developing and growing participation in ice sports in the state of Utah.
Exploring Venues Utah Olympic Park
Built for the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, Utah Olympic Park is located in Park City, just 25 miles east of Salt Lake City, Utah. The nearly 400 acre venue houses one of only four sliding tracks in North America, six Nordic ski jumps, a 2002 Winter Games museum, and a multitude of adventure activities. Utah Olympic Park is a dynamic multi-use facility focused on developing and growing participation in winter sports in the state of Utah and is an official USOC Training Site.
Exploring Venues Soldier Hollow Nordic Center
The facility features a 31-kilometer trail system for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter and mountain biking (including mountain bike biathlon), hiking and equestrian use in the summer. In addition to the trail system, a state-of-the-art biathlon range that was used for the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games and Paralympic Winter Games sits in a protected knoll. The target range is used for a variety of summer and winter two-sport activities.
Utah Olympic Park
Monday, December 4
The IBSF North America’s Cup features bobsled and skeleton athletes from around the world! The events run December 5 – 16, 2023. Admission to the event is free. To watch the event, walk over to the “Lower Loop” section of the track using the pedestrian bridge, located adjacent to the parking lot next to the Quineey Welcome Center.
Utah Olympic Oval
Saturday, December 9The Utah Olympic Oval is proud to carry on a community holiday tradition!Enjoy activities for the whole family: public ice skating, an Oval Figure Skating Ice Show, holiday crafts and more!Don’t forget to visit Santa Claus!Admission is $5 or free when you donate a non-perishable food item or an unwrapped toy. Skate rental is $5.Event Schedule (Subject to Change)
Holiday Public Skate | 6 to 9 pm
Figure Skating Show | 5:30 to 6:45 pm
Santa Zamboni Entrance | 6:45 pm
Santa Photos | 7 pm to 9 pm
Soldier Hollow Nordic Center
Saturday, December 16
Click here for full event details and registration.
3:00 – 4:30 PM Nordic Combined Races: 1, 2, 3, 5 km (All Hills) –Soldier Hollow
4:45 PM – 5:15 PM Awards, Soldier Hollow Sunday
1:00 PM – 1:45 PM Nordic Combined 10KM Race Soldier Hollow
2:00 PM Awards Soldier HollowSaturday, December 23
Join us for the Wasatch Citizen Series on December 23, 2023.Wednesday, December 27
Join our evening race series at Soldier Hollow this winter! The series is aimed at providing a fun, low-key opportunity to bring the local Nordic community together to socialize, compete and ski FAST!
Parking: Park at the Lodge, purchase a ski pass if you don’t have one, or just check in with your Season pass and ski down to the Competition Building.
Start Time: The race is a mass start beginning at 5:45 pm. Choose between the (1) lap 2.5 km option, (2) lap 5 km option, or challenge yourself to the (3) lap 7.5 km option.
Contact Josh Korn at firstname.lastname@example.org for more event information.
If you’re interested in volunteering, please sign up here.
Marie | Boulder, CO
This was a great place for our family! We had a blast! Alpine slide and extreme zip were our favorites! My husband was brave enough to do the extreme tubing! My son did the obstacle course and free drop! We will definitely be back, next summer!
Totally worth the waits and fun! Neat that Olympics were held here and how they converted times to a fun park for little kids (mine was on the younger side at 6 years old). Big kids / adults can enjoy the super fast tubing and zip lines! Wear close toe shoes, sunblock, hat, and camera! Bring water or buy their power aid. Entertaining but at a fee… For my daughter and I, purchased individual tickets instead of a package– paid a total of 90$. She’s 6 and can only handle so many hours of fun before she gets hot and cranky. Spent about 4 hours here. Prepare to walk/ hike a bit, there’s a shuttle but you’re outside… Just walk… Loved it here! Will return for sure.
Love love love it here! I always have a good time watching the hockey game. And the introduction of the food truck on Wednesday makes the night perfection 🙂
Coming here a bit late in the day we only had time to try out two experiences and the Canyon ropes course plus the Alpine slide were our choices. The place is big but surprisingly not too bad to get around to the different activities (and the shuttle helps save at least a little time going between the two extreme sides).
We started at the Canyon course and being new to a ropes experience for all of us it was challenging, fun, and scary all at the same time. There was only one of us that needed help and the staff did a great job getting them through the course without worries.
From there on to the slide… The ski lift up is nice in itself and the ride down is a lot of fun. Again, it is something that none of us had experienced before but hearing the comments from those who have it seems to really be one of the better experiences of its type around. It would be more of a blast if I could ride it again — something for next time — since the first time around you are mostly trying to get a handle on everything and figure out what is a safe speed. Also, a comment on speed — to go fast you really need to push the brake all the way forward to do so because keeping it in the ‘neutral’ position still slows you down!