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Bobsledding in Utah Olympic Park
Adrenaline requires only a simple equation: one metal bullet on ice, five G’s of force, 80 miles per hour, fifteen turns in under a mile. Expect nothing less from Utah Olympic Park’s Winter Comet Bobsled Ride, in which one professional bobsled pilot steers three passengers down the entire Olympic track used in Salt Lake’s 2002 Winter Games ($200 per person; add a Rocket Skeleton Ride for $25; utaholympiclegacy.com)
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