We come to this place mostly in the summer, when the athletes are training. It is free to watch the developing and training skiers on the trampolines and as they jump and do their tricks into the pool from various sized ramps. There is even one ramp that can be used by the general public. The last time we were there, the athletes were using the regular ski jumps that they use in the winter, with the full suits and the long jumping skis. It was fascinating. The museum is interesting, and you can pay for a tour that shows the bobsled and luge courses, and takes you to the top of the Olympic ski jumps. There is an alpine slide and a zipline, as well, so there is a lot to do and see in the off-season. This is a hidden gem in Park City in the summer.
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