Mountain Expansion

An Important Investment for the Future of Skiing & Snowboarding in Utah

Mountain Expansion – an athlete-focused project – will provide enhanced opportunities for Utah’s ski and snowboard teams, expanding their seasons locally and increasing the quantity and quality of training options.

Mountain Expansion is a collaboration between regional teams and winter sport organizations in planning, fundraising, and execution. Only with support from the entire ski and snowboard community, as well as winter sport enthusiasts, will this exciting and impactful project come to life.

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Enjoy the Opportunity to Decide the Name of the Many Facets of the Project

HILL NAMING RIGHTS
Entire Mountain $3,500,000
West Peak Naming $2,000,000
Intermediate Hill $1,000,000

CHAIRLIFTS AND CHAIRS
West Peak Chairlift $750,000
Intermediate Hill Chairlift $500,000
Chairlift Towers $ 15,000
Individual Chairs (220 available) $ 5,000

TRAINING RUNS
GS Training $250,000
Intermediate Training $250,000
Moguls / Slalom $100,000
Short Slalom $ 50,000
Junior Slalom / GS Training $ 50,000
Elite Slalom / GS Finish $ 50,000

ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
Snow Cats (2) $ 75,000
Snowmaking Pond $ 50,000

Donors with gifts upwards of $1,000 will be acknowledged on a permanent display near the new facilities.

A Game Changer

  • Alleviates preseason travel costs
  • Improves experience and efficiency of para-athletes training
  • Expands training options and relieves demand pressures from resorts, offering much needed space and early season training to team schedules
  • Furnishes an official training site for teams that want a designated home base
  • Facilitates our youngest athletes working side-by-side with elite competitors, providing inspiration and instilling a life-long love of sport

 

MOUNTAIN EXPANSION INCLUDES:
Competition level courses
FIS homologated Giant Slalom run
More challenging pitch and length
World Cup length mogul course
World-class terrain park features

Enrich and Expand

Enrichment and expansion of the intermediate hill, Utah Olympic Park’s existing Alpine, Freestyle and Nordic Jumping training area.

LIFT
Type: Fixed-grip triple chairlift
Vertical Rise: 400 feet
Length: 1,200 feet
Capacity: 1,800 skiers/hour
Number of chairs (approx.): 61 chairs

SLOPES
Total Area: 6 new acres
Total Area Lighted for Night Training: 11 acres
Vertical Drop: 400 feet

New Terrain

Transformation of the West Peak into a world-class alpine and freestyle training mountain.

LIFT
Type: Fixed-grip triple chairlift
Vertical Rise: 1,170 feet
Length: 3,280 feet
Capacity: 1,800 skiers/hour
Number of chairs (approx.): 140 chairs

SLOPES
Total Buildout Number of Runs: 10 Lanes
Total Buildout Area: 30 acres
Total Area Lighted for Night Training: 30 acres
Max. Vertical Drop: 1,220 feet

Contacts

 

Lisa Bennion Rasmussen
Vice President, Marketing and Development
lrasmussen@uolf.org | 435-658-4225

Ryan Baldwin
Development Director
rbaldwin@uolf.org | 435-658-4229