Soldier Hollow Group Events

Soldier Hollow features panoramic views of the Wasatch Mountains to the West and Deer Creek Reservoir to the East.  Created for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Soldier Hollow played host to Biathlon and Cross Country Skiing.

PHOTOS FROM PAST EVENTS

 

 

Today, groups can participate in a variety of activities, including our Olympic Biathlon Experience and Winter Tubing.  In the summer months, the facility is available for weddings, retreats, festivals, and major sporting events.

 

Soldier Hollow Day Lodge

The “Day Lodge” is a prominent feature and venue of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games at Soldier Hollow (SOHO).  During the Olympic games, the Day Lodge was used for ticket sales, ski rentals, and public access to restroom facilities.

Today, the Day Lodge serves as a year-round activity center, meeting space, and main point of departure for skiing and hiking. The Soldier Hollow Day Lodge provides the perfect experience for guests, with floor to ceiling windows, a wraparound porch, larger than average restrooms, and a small kitchen back-of-house.

Photos of the Day Lodge

SPECIFICATIONS

Room Size Theatre Seating Classroom Seating Round of 8
99′ x 42′ 220 100 120

 

Rental of the Soldier Hollow Day Lodge includes all tables, chairs, and labor.   A/V is available.

SOLDIER HOLLOW EVENT GROUNDS

OVERVIEW

Since the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, Soldier Hollow (SOHO) has hosted thousands of groups and events ranging from major international sporting events and corporate retreats to youth summer camps and music festivals.

It is primarily known as a Winter Olympics venue and has been developed to be an active, year-round recreation facility.  The venue has excellent infrastructure, land, and water features and can easily host groups in excess of 10,000 people, with little to no scaling.

GENERAL FACTS

  • The venue contains 500 acres of actively-used land, with more than 100 acres of area maintaining a 0%-3% elevation grade.
  • There are 2.5 miles of paved roads and 31 miles of unpaved hiking, ATV and biking trails.
  • The South and West sides of Soldier Hollow border Wasatch Mountain State Park, which is 21,500 acres of accessible state-owned land.
  • To the East of SOHO sits Deer Creek Reservoir, a useable body of water 4.633 mi² in size.
  • Recreational activities on and around the reservoir include boating, fishing, camping, swimming and water skiing.
  • Access:  All roads leading to the venue are paved and accustomed to handling heavy event traffic while maintaining the feeling of winding through a remote mountain valley.
  • Utilities:  Utility services on-site are comprehensive, including water, sewer, and enough 3-phase power to host Olympic-scale events.  Cellular service is good and high-speed internet is available.
  • Elevation:  Soldier Hollow sits at an elevation of 5,400 ft
  • Climate:  Soldier Hollow maintains a mild climate, with average temperatures topping out at 90° in July.  The climate has two great benefits:
    • (1) Arid soil that is easy to clean, leaving little residue on tires, tents and other equipmentand
    • (2) Virtually no bugs.

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Did you know?

The Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation and Soldier Hollow offer free tours and sample activities for verified event, meeting and group planners.

Get in touch with us today by emailing sales@uolf.org or call us at 435-658-4205

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