Utah Olympic Park

Gold Medal Private Experiences


Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation is thrilled introduce our new private event packages at the Utah Olympic Park.  Each package includes a personalized private experience with an Olympic athlete and access to areas of the venue designed specifically for winter sport training. Enjoy a beautiful sunrise while making turns on the trails of the Spencer F. Eccles Olympic Mountain Center or experience our famous bobsled ride with an Olympic or Paralympic athlete. Below is a list of the experiences and participating athletes.

Frist Tracks

Enjoy first tracks with an Olympic athlete on the new trails of the Spencer F. Eccles Olympic Mountain Center followed by a meet & greet and breakfast in the Quinney Conference Room.

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Après Ski Party

Lap the Hyeway training lanes with an Olympic athlete, followed by a cocktail reception & speaking engagement hosted in the Quinney Conference Room.

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Bobsled with an Olympian

Get ready for the thrill of a lifetime with our exclusive bobsledding experience with an Olympian!

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Pool Deck Party During Freestyle Show

Get ready for an unforgettable summer evening at the Utah Olympic Park Pool Deck Party, hosted alongside the breathtaking Flying Aces All-Star’s performance!

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Sunset & Nordic Ski Jumping Show

Elevate your evening with a Sunset Nordic Ski Jumping show & cocktail reception atop the Utah Olympic Park’s K120 Nordic Ski Jump!

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Meet our Athletes

Ted Ligety

A force on the World Cup for over a decade, Park City native Ted Ligety established himself as one of the greatest ski racers of all time. At the highest level of his sport, Ligety won 25 World Cup races, two Olympic gold medals and earned seven world championship medals, including five gold.

Hannah Kearney

Hannah Kearney is the greatest American mogul skier of all-time. During her long and successful career she won eight World Championship medals, including three Golds. She had 46 World Cup wins, four overall World Cup titles, and an astonishing 16 consecutive World Cup wins in a row – a record for any skiing discipline. Hannah retired in 2015 on the day she tied the record for the most World Cup wins.

Chris Waddell

Chris Waddell’s 12 Paralympic skiing medals are more than any man in US history. He’s a Hall of Famer, a World Champion in wheelchair track, and the first “nearly unassisted” paraplegic to summit 19,340-foot Mt Kilimanjaro. His ski popped off competing in college, leaving him paralyzed from the waist down. 362 days later, Chris monoskied and soon became the fastest in the world. The Dalai Lama honored him as an “Unsung Hero of Compassion,” Skiing Magazine dubbed him one of 25 Greatest Skiers in North America and People Magazine named him one of “The 50 Most Beautiful People.”

Valerie Fleming

Valerie Fleming is currently the Program Manager for Bobsled and Skeleton at the Utah Olympic Park, charged with developing future US Olympic athletes. After competing in Division I Track & Field at UCSB, Valerie was recruited by USA Bobsled. In her 9-year career, she won a silver medal in the 2006 Winter Olympic Games, along with 3 World Championships Medals and 22 World Cup Medals. In Fleming’s final season, she and her pilot, Shauna Rohbock, finished 3rd overall in the 2010-2011 World Cup standings, winning four World Cup Medals and a Silver at World Championships. Together, they have won the most medals ever on the World Cup circuit for a US pair, male or female, making her one of the greatest brakemen of all time.

Picabo Street

Having won numerous Olympic and World Championship medals, including the 1998 Olympic Gold in the Super G, Picabo is widely recognized as the most iconic figure in US women’s skiing history. Shortly after winning Olympic Gold, Picabo careened off course while racing in Switzerland. She crashed, snapping her left femur, and tearing a ligament in her right knee. She was in rehabilitation for two full years following the accident before retiring in front of her home town crowd at the Salt Lake City Olympics in 2002.

Above and beyond Picabo’s achievements in her sport, she has worked exceptionally hard to make an impact on children and people of all ages. She is a mentor and a motivational speaker. Founder of Picabo’s Street of Dreams Foundation, her mission is to help children achieve their dreams. She is a cofounder of Picabo Street Academy. Recognized as a credible and authentic brand spokesperson, Picabo has partnered with leading industry corporations such as Nike, Kellogg’s, Panasonic, Ralph Lauren, Spider, Chapstick and more. Picabo has vast television/broadcasting experience having worked with leading entities NBC, CBS, OLN and RSN. She recently filmed a documentary about here life called PICABO for The Olympic channel. She is currently working for NBC commentating on Alpine ski races.

Billy Demong

Billy Demong grew up in the Adirondack Mountains of New York. A cross country skier as soon as he could walk, he added the ski jumping skis when he was 8 and fell in love with the sport of Nordic Combined. When he was 17, Billy relocated to Steamboat Springs to join a team of inspired young athletes. Together they broke down barriers and Billy became America’s first Olympic Champion in Nordic skiing. After a World Cup career spanning 5 Olympic games, Billy served as the CMO for Reynolds Cycling, a Utah-based carbon fiber cycling wheel manufacturer. Having played a major role in developing USA Nordic Sports as a Board member (2014-2016) to support the National Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined teams, Billy took on the role of Executive Director in 2016. After successfully uniting our nations ski clubs, increasing the number of youth competing by 300% and growing revenue by nearly 500% to support truly equitable funding of elite athletes across both sports and genders, he retired from his role as Executive Director in 2022.