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Soldier Hollow

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Soldier Hollow Tubing with the #GoProFamily

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Soldier Hollow Tubing in Heber Valley - Utah's Winter Wonderland

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Tubing at Soldier Hollow

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Snow Tubing With Kids - Soldier Hollow Nordic Center, Utah

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Soldier Hollow Cross-Country Skiing

Soldier Hollow is a cross-country ski resort located 53 miles (85 km) southeast of Salt Lake City in Wasatch Mountain State Park, Utah, United States. The resort was created for the 2002 Winter Olympics, and during the games it hosted the biathlon, cross-country skiing and the cross country skiing portion of the Nordic combined events. Since hosting the Olympics, it has been developed as a cross-country skiing, tubing, and snowshoeing resort, while featuring mountain biking and golfing in the summer. On May 1, 2016, the venue operation contract transferred from the Soldier Hollow Legacy Foundation to the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation, which owns and operates several Olympic and Paralympic legacy venues elsewhere in the state.
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