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Would You Tube Down an Olympic Ski Jump Slope? Now You Can

What do you do with Olympic ski jump slopes in the summer?

You open them up so people can ride inner tubes down them.

Witness just how awesome tubing down an Olympic ski jump slope can actually be.

The landing hills for Olympic ski jumpers are perfect for summer inner tubing. This is now a reality at the Utah Olympic Park.

The grass like plastic surface is extremely slippery. When you sprinkle water on it then these slopes become the most epic inner tubing rides ever. There are 3 hill sizes to choose from. The small hill is 131 feet long, the medium is 196 feet long and the largest one is an incredible 295 feet long. You can reach speeds of 50 mph too.

With a ticket price of $15-$20, this ride is a must for the bucket list.

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Would You Tube Down an Olympic Ski Jump Slope? Now You Can