Continuing on our journey, we checked out of our house in the morning, and started the more than 4 hour drive to Park City, UT. Along the way, we stopped at Bridal Veil Falls near Provo.
We were checking into the Sheraton Park City. Once we made it to town, we were starving. We had reservations at Olympic Park at 2:00 p.m. for some adventure activities, so found something right next to our hotel since we only had one hour. Fuego Bistro and Pizzeria was amazing!
Everything here was SO GOOD! Everyone wanted to come back for another meal to try something else. The service was good, and the location was perfect for us.
After eating, we drove directly to Utah Olympic Park. We had bought the 3.5 hour Summer Gold Pass Session that included unlimited use of the Alpine Slide, Extreme Tubing, Extreme Zip, Freestyle Zip, Discovery Course, Canyon Course, Drop Tower, Airbag Jumps, and Scenic Chairlifts. This was $85 per person. There are different packages you can purchase, and if you don’t want to purchase anything, you can still go inside and look at the museum and walk around the grounds.
I personally did not purchase a package, but I did go inside to look at the museum.
I also sat and watched some ski jumping.
The first stop for activities was the Alpine Slide. We were told that gets the longest line. Unfortunately it wasn’t within view of where I was, so I have no pics of it!
Next they tried some extreme tubing. There were 3 different levels for this as you can see in the picture.
This was way scarier and steeper than it looks! It was also super fast. One flip of the tube and I just imagined limbs breaking. Ha!
Next they went to the zip lines. This was SO FUNNY! You had to weigh 100 pounds to ride this. Kinsey was 99 pounds. She trickled down the zip because she was so light! The adults coming down were much faster. You can see Devon coming down first. They were released at the same time.
From here, Kinsey really wanted to do the Discovery Ropes Course. A very nice man in a golf cart drove us up the huge hill to the other side of the grounds.
This ended up being harder than they expected, and everyone got a very good workout!
They also tried some Airbag Jumps.
Overall, it was a really fun time and a nice break from driving in the car and just sightseeing. We headed back to actually check into our hotel and figure out dinner plans. We knew we wanted to eat somewhere right on the main strip of town. We ended up at Tekila Mexican Grill & Cantina.
The service was a little bit strange, but the food was good. I also had a mango margarita!
After dinner we shopped a little bit before heading back to the hotel.