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Soldier Hollow Nordic Center, Midway

#3 of 10 in Outdoors in Midway
Cross-country Ski Area · Ski Area
Soldier Hollow Nordic Center attracts both athletes of world-class ability and recreational visitors, who enjoy the facility on a year-round basis. Family-friendly activities include the longest tubing lanes in Utah, cross-country skiing, groomed trails, biathlon, mountain bike experience, scenic horseback ride high on the south slope of the historic Soldier Hollow Valley, and more. Trail rides leave daily and are available year-round. You'll also find a championship golf course, 36-hole facility offering challenging play for golfers of all abilities and views of the Heber Valley and majestic Mount Timpanogos. Recreational self-guided tours are also available on the marked trails. For those wanting to explore at a slower pace, or for a nature photographer capturing raptors or moose that frequent Soldier Hollow, snowshoeing is a great alternative to skiing. Use our Midway day trip site to add Soldier Hollow Nordic Center and other attractions to your Midway vacation plans.
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  • I was super disappointed with the way things were run. There was only one person at the top of the hill directing people and they wouldn’t say anything unless you asked them directly. They closed...  more »
  • The tubes are nice and the hill is fast.... too bad I only got 4 runs in 2 hrs due to the horrible lines! Wait time was about 25-30 minutes (in line at the bottom of the hill). They sell wayyyyyyyy...  more »
  • I had two very disappointed little boys who did not get to drive mini snowmobiles. I called in advance to ensure that they were available this year and was frustrated to find that they were not being....  more »
  • Fun experience! You will only get about 4-5 rides during your 2 hour time slot if you plan to ride the conveyor belt every time. But there is a path that allows walking to the left of the belt...and if you are capable of climbing, you can GREATLY increase your number of rides!
  • It's a cool place to go. We have done this five years and we love coming back but one year was not good. It was all slushy and no money back. So when you do it you need to try to make sure it's a cold and snowy year. We do love coming!
  • We went tubing and had a fun time! The staff is nice there’s plenty of parking. It was a little rainy when we went which made us go a little slow (in the tubes) at first but it ended up picking up after a few runs. I’d go again.
  • The place was fun and great undoubtedly. Me and my friends enjoyed it so much collectively as first time goers. The price is reasonable at all. The front desk personnel is nice and helpful. The facility has a great ambiance and scenic view. The only critical reason why I'm only giving a 2 star was because of those useless attendants at the tubing area. Which I believe has the most crucial job in guiding and reminding all the guests about the rules and safety procedures at all times, especially the first timers like us. I believe there is one sign saying to "drag the feet when we reach the orange cone" by the walkalator to the top of the hill. But if you miss it, sorry darling, you're gonna hit the fences at the bottom. Like what happened to me and some of my friends. There was also an old lady tubing before us who flipped over before she reached the bottom part, and never did it again. Fortunately, she was fine. The point is, the attendants should atleast talk and tell the reminders to the guests before they do the activity for safety. On that day of our visit, they failed to do that. They were just looking at us, didn't even help or assist us in getting settled to our tubes before we slide down.
  • The wife and I were looking to kill some time before our flight and found two places to do some tubing near Salt Lake City. This is the place we went to, even though it was a little further, the price was unbeatable! A nice "People Mover" lift takes you to the top so you're not worn down by hiking up to the top. A lot of fun, and great bargain. Nearest competitor (Woodward) wanted $60/pp, but here it was $28/pp for the same amount of time having fun.

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