Agriculture Elevated

Pre-Conference Tour

Explore Utah Olympic Park and Historic Downtown Park City on Monday, June 24!

A bus will leave the Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City Hotel at 9:00 AM, taking attendees 25 miles east towards Park City. Just outside of downtown Park City, at 7300 ft. elevation, attendees will explore the Utah Olympic Park. Built for the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games, this nearly 400-acre venue hosted the bobsled, skeleton, luge, and the Nordic combined events and is an official United States Olympic Training Center. An official tour guide will share amazing stories of Olympic achievement and peculiar tales of the Utah Olympic Park. Attendees will take a trip to the top of the world’s highest Nordic ski jumps and one of the fastest sliding tracks in the world and conclude at the 2002 Winter Games Museum. 

The tour will continue to Historic Downtown Park City where attendees will choose from a wide variety of local restaurants for lunch-on-your-own. There will be an opportunity to stroll down Historic Main Street or catch the free-fare Main Street Trolley to enjoy over 200 unique shops with local artistic flair. A large variety of museums, including the Park City Museum which highlights the large silver mining industry, are along Main Street. Enjoy the mountain town charm and vibrant cultural scene.

The bus will leave downtown Park City at 3:15 PM and arrive at the Hyatt Regency Hotel at approximately 4:00 PM.

Cost: $80 per person.

Guest tickets may be purchased with your registration. Space is limited. 

**Lunch is not included in this tour. Each tour attendee will receive resource materials for Historic Downtown Park City attractions, activities, and restaurants when they board the bus.