Featured Activity of the Week: Guided Tour!

Led by a trained and informative guide, the guided tour is a great way to explore the entire park, gain some knowledge about the park’s history and learn how it was built.
The tour starts with a visit to the Aerials Pool, where guests can watch aspiring athletes train- trying out new tricks and flips off the jumps. After loading onto the tour bus, guests are taken to the Nordic Center, where the base of the Nordic Ski Jumps and Discovery Adventure Course are located and the Freestyle and Extreme Zip Lines end. Often, tour groups are able to watch ski jump athletes in training on the hill.
Guests are then shuttled to the top of the bobsled track. From the men’s luge start house visitors are able to look down the track, gaining an athlete’s perspective. As a grand finale, guests get to visit the top of the nordic ski jumps and learn some tips and tricks that are used during athlete training.
The guided tour is great for people and families of all ages and abilities. At approximately an hour long, it’s a great introduction to Utah Olympic Park and all of the activites here.
The tour runs hourly from 11 am to 3 pm, seven days a week. Tickets can be purchased online here or in the Quinney Welcome Center and are $10 for adults, $7 for kids and seniors.

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