Utah Olympic Park to Add High Speed Quad

The fourth chairlift at Utah Olympic Park will be its largest to date, spanning 3,300 feet and utilizing detachable technology. Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation Chief Operating Officer Calum Clark announced the exciting news at Park City Ski & Snowboard’s annual meeting Tuesday. Clark said a deposit has already been paid to Doppelmayr, noting lift manufacturers are already very busy and early contract signing secures a favorable spot in the 2022 production queue.

The Uni-G detachable will rise approximately 1,170 vertical feet and service two trails to start. The new West Peak terrain will feature state of the art snowmaking from SMI and LED lighting. Construction is slated to begin in the spring with completion targeted for December 2022.

2 thoughts on “Utah Olympic Park to Add High Speed Quad

  1. Green Diamond Skier November 12, 2021 / 2:13 pm

    Is Utah Olympic Park open to the public for skiing?

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  2. Philip Keeve November 12, 2021 / 2:43 pm

    Makes me wonder how quickly Vail is going to ink contracts for all of their projects next year.

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