Play Like An Olympian At This One-Of-A-Kind Utah Venue

The world was watching Utah back in 2002 when the Beehive State hosted the Winter Olympic games. Do you remember the excitement of the downhill skiing events, and the pageantry of the ice skating competitions? Maybe you remember the record-breaking speed skating.

The Utah Olympic Oval was built specifically for the winter games, and it hosted the long track speed skating competitions. The Oval is open to the public, and it’s the perfect place to play all year long. Let’s take a look:

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Learn more about the Olympic Oval and check out the calendar of events and classes on its website. Pop over to the Oval’s Facebook page and follow it so you won’t miss a minute of the action there!

Want to play at another 2002 Winter Olympics venue? Visit this snow tubing park at Soldier Hollow!