Come Stay With Park City Peaks Hotel And Try Your Hand At Olympic Sports
Have you ever fantasized about being an Olympic athlete?
The sports showcased in the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, are not just for Olympic athletes. Guests of the Park City Peaks Hotel can try out exciting Olympic events too, and they get to stay in a first class American hotel with normal plumbing and lights that work.
If you have ever had a fantasy to feel what it’s like to be a world-class Olympian, breaking records down the slopes, then why not visit Park City, Utah – home to world-class winter sport facilities – and make your dreams come true!
A first-rate competition venue that was built for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games for Nordic jumping, bobsleigh, luge and skeleton, the Utah Olympic Park has hosted more than 300,000 visitors and 14 Olympic medal events.
This world-class park features a unique blend of sporting facilities and visitor areas, making it the perfect location to give you an unforgettable Olympic experience.
Want to be amazed by the speed and thrills of Winter Olympic sports? Here are some exciting options that are sure to inspire you to give it try.
Sunday Ski Clinics
The whole family can enjoy the exhilarating experience of Nordic ski jumping, terrain park skiing, or moguls. Whether you are a seasoned veteran or want to try something new, come and join a ski clinic with an experienced coach every Sunday from 10 am – noon.
Public Bobsled & Skeleton Rides
Comet Bobsled Ride – Experience speeds up to 80 mph and a g-force of 5 while racing down a state-of-the-art Olympic track in a bobsled with an experienced bobsled pilot and up to 3 passengers! This is as close as you can get to experiencing what it’s like to be a fighter pilot and an incredible never to be forgotten experience. Riders must be at least 16 years of age and obviously need to be in good health to ride.
Rocket Skeleton Ride – Want an even more radical and unique experience? Find out what it’s like to ride down an Olympic track head first on a skeleton sled! Imagine hitting speeds similar to those you were driving at on the Interstate but you’re your body just inches off the ice! Riders must be at least 14 years of age and in good health to ride.
Winter Zip-line Rides
If trying out Olympics events are not exactly what you are looking for, but you still want to have an adrenaline-charged experience, come and ride the steepest zip-line in the world. It’s fast and that initial out-of-the-door feeling is nothing short of exhilarating.
For more information or to book your stay at the Park City Peaks Hotel, please call # 1-800-649-5012.