The Utah Olympic Park welcomes bobsled and skeleton athletes from over 20 countries to this World Cup competition. This is the fifth competition in a series of eight World Cup competitions around the world this winter. Free admission for spectators.
Not able to secure a Festival Pass or Ticket Package but still want to get in on the fun? We've got you covered - there's lots to do that doesn't require a ticket.
Try the NEW eWaitlist
They like to ensure that every seat in every theatre is taken, so prior to the start of each film they sell the open seats to people who have signed up on their eWaitlist. It's a very successful way to see some of the films that sell out early, and they've just made it easier by allowing you to sign up anywhere with an internet connection.
No more waiting in long, cold lines for two hours prior to screening time for a waitlist number! Festivalgoers will now have the ability to receive a waitlist number for a screening via any internet capable device. The
Above: Views from the ridge looking back to Park City
The highly anticipated Quicksilver Gondola was installed this summer and is now open! The connection between Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons creates the biggest ski resort in the United States, offering 40 lifts, 314 runs and 7,300 acres of skiable terrain.
We took a couple laps on Friday and we would have to say the new gondola connection is pretty cool. The views are amazing and its surprising how quick you can get to the gondola from the Park City side. A simple quick ride up the Crescent chairlift, then down to the bottom of Silverlode, which is the home of the gondola’s Park City side base.
Above: The new Miner's Camp Lodge at Park City Resort