The museum includes a short history of the snow-related activities in the Park City area as well as a tribute to the Winter Olympic athletes. There is a very interesting diorama that explains why Utah snow is so powdery and fluffy (the best in the world!) The avalanche demonstration is pretty disturbing--stay in bounds!!! I also very much enjoyed the topographical map of the Wasatch area that shows how close all of the ski resorts are too each other--those in Park City seem so far away from the Salt Lake City area resorts, but they are right over the mountain ridge! During the summer, freestyle ski jumpers train on the mountain and land in a swimming pool. It's amazing and definitely worth watching for 15-20 minutes. Someday I would love to ride the bobsled--very expensive and scary, though.
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