Soldier Hollow Nordic Center

Midway, Utah

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Nestled above the picturesque town of Midway, Utah, and resting in the shadow of the Wasatch Mountains lies Soldier Hollow Nordic Center. Although it is primarily known as the host of the biathlon, cross-country skiing, and Nordic combined events during the 2002 Winter Olympics, it also serves as a go-to location for year-round activities and events. The Competition Center serves as the nerve center for major events, ranging from U.S. Cross Country Skiing Championships to the annual Soldier Hollow Classic Sheepdog Championships.

Venue Quick Facts
Size / Capacity:

16-mile trail system, 7,000 sq. ft. competition center

Distance from Airport:

54.5 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport

Other Info:

Since the 2002 Winter Games

The State of Sport transformed its winter Olympic & Paralympic legacy into a year-round sports hub, generating $3.7 billion economic impact and $2.5 billion global media value.