Experience the ride of a lifetime on the Comet Bobsled only at the Olympic Park Utah. Sit back and experience the incredible thrill of 5 G’s of force and speeds up to 80 miles per hour! Riders must be 16 years or older. Check it out winter or summer!
Utah Olympic Park was built for the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games. During the 2002 Games the Park hosted bobsleigh, skeleton, Luge, Nordic Ski Jumping, and Nordic Combined events. Today, the venue is an active Official U.S. Olympic Training Site providing a training center for Olympic and development level athletes.
The Utah Olympic Park also offers year round activities for families and spectators. Tour the Utah Olympic Park by land or air thanks to the number of ziplines, adventure rope courses, alpine slide or bobsleigh track. Explore the interactive exhibits to learn about Utah’s rich skiing history or experience virtual ski jumping. For more information, click on the activities below:
Discover Adventure Course | A great beginners ropes course for your young adventurers! Participants must be 5 years or older.
Canyon Adventure Course | This is an intermediate ropes course with problem solving features, swinging elements and log traverses. Participants must be 7 years or older.
Summit Adventure Course | The Summit Adventure Course is for those looking to push their limits and test their strength and endurance. With problem-solving features, traverses, swinging elements, and heights up to 55 feet, your adrenaline is sure to be pumping after completing this ropes course! Participants must be 13 years or older.
Calling all thrill seekers! The Drop Tower is an amazing 377-foot long zipline above the treetops finishing with the even more exhilarating 65-foot Drop Tower. All ages are welcome.
The Utah Olympic Park offers two unique museums; The Alf Engen Ski Museum and the Eccles 2002 Olympic Winter Games Museum. Admission to the museums is free!
Explore the place where Olympians are created! Learn how aspiring Olympians train for the Winter Games. This guided tour offers a look into the inner-workings of one of the most complex Olympic venues in the world. Take in remarkable stories of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games and Utah’s rich history of pioneering and growing the sport of skiing. The Utah Olympic Park and Alf Engen museum are open year-round to the public. Learn more.
Extreme Zipline | The Extreme Zipline starts off at the edge of the K120 jump and propels you to 50 mph. If you choose, you can fly along side a friend or family member for the whole ride.
Freestyle Zipline |The Freestyle Zipline is a great way to warm up. Its shorter and less steep. Perfect for younger kids or adults who want a more leisurely ride.
The Alpine Slide is smooth, comfortable and has amazing views. The ride performance was designed to complement its scenic mountainside location.
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