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Park City Home of the US Ski Team

Who needs the Alps, when you've got Park City, Utah? If you tuned in to the 2014 Winter Olympics, you know that the USA Ski Team has been in great form. Ted Ligety and Mikaela Shiffrin each brought home gold medals in slalom, one of the most competitive disciplines in world skiing, to continue a long run of US skiing success. And they trained to win those medals right here in Park City.

After Park City's hosting duties ended for the 2002 Winter Olympics, Utah Olympic Park was converted into a world-class training center, where weekend skiers can enjoy the same conditions as Olympic athletes. Whether you're looking to celebrate skiing history or make a bit of your own, Park City, Utah has just what you're after.

It's Always Ski Season in Park City, Utah

Park City's winter sports history dates back long before the 2002 Winter Olympics. In fact, it was one of the first skiing hot-spots in the United States. The near-constant low humidity and mountain geography in Park City leads to a steady supply of light, fluffy snow – perfect for winter sports adventures.

Whether the next Olympics is a few months or a few years away, you'll find athletes training hard in Park City. During the summer months, the US Cross Country team simply switches to roller-skiing on the Olympic cross country track.

If you want to catch the next skiing star in action, don't miss the chance to visit Utah Olympic Park. Enjoy a meal while you take in a practice session, then gear up and hit the slopes yourself.

We celebrate the history of skiing in Park City. At Olympic Park, you can also take a behind-the-scenes look at US Ski Team history with an expert guided tour....

Extreme Experiences at Utah Olympic Park

The Olympics are one of the few global events that draw a worldwide audience of athletes, tourists, and media coverage. Park City, Utah had it's moment in the Olympic spotlight for the Winter Games of 2002, and the Utah Olympic Park was at the center of the action. In fact, it still is! Utah Olympic Park hosted everything from luge to Nordic Ski Jumping during the games, and today the park is enjoyed by locals, visitors, and prospective Olympic athletes alike.

If you like extreme winter fun – whether spectating or participating – you won't want to miss the action at Utah Olympic Park. Our team has you covered, with a sampling of the many events and opportunities waiting for you around Utah Olympic Park.

A Uniquely Utah Experience at Olympic Park in Park City

Utah Olympic Park offers something for everyone, from hands-on, extreme winter sports to delicious dining and a rich local history. Park City is also packed with its own unique local flavor, with a pioneering spirit and a major hand in growing the popularity of skiing in the United States. There's simply no better place to hit the slopes.

The Next Generation of Olympic Athletes – What happens to Olympic venues when the games are over? In Park City, our Olympic venue has become a world-class training facility for athletes of all ages. On any given day, you might catch the next Utah-based gold medal winner practicing at Olympic Park.

Open to All – There's a chance you'll rub elbows with a world-class athlete at Utah Olympic Park, but you might also bump into your friend, coworker, or maybe even your grandparents. Olympic Park features year-round training opportunities for all ages in disciplines like cross-country, bobsled, and freestyle skiing.