Utah Olympic Park truly defines Utah as an international winter sports capital. As an official U.S. Olympic Committee Training site, the Park features four Nordic ski jumps, summer and winter freestyle aerial jumps, and a bobsled/luge/skeleton track. Visitors can take an 80 mph ride on the Comet bobsled; participate in an introductory Olympic winter sports camp, or sit back and watch aspiring Olympians train and compete as they prepare for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. The park is also home to the Alf Engen Ski Museum and the 2002 Olympic Winter Games museums. In the summer, guests can take a ride on the state-of-the-art Quicksilver alpine slide, glide on the world’s steepest zipline or catch an exciting freestyle aerial show. Expert guided tours are offered daily at the top of the hour, year-round. The Utah Olympic Park is open year-round, and admission is free - there is no charge to watch athletes train or take a self-guided tour of the museums and facility. olyparks.com.