February 2011

Here are photos from the Utah Olympic Park and a few snow covered mountains/hills in Park City.

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The photos of the bobsled track show curve 12, which is the best curve for getting a shot of the bobsled going by on a curve. There are multiple photos of the starting area (blue tarp) as well as the finish area. The actual finish line is not a permanent fixture and was not on display when these photos were taken. There are photos of that area included in this photo set, and you can also see what the finish line looks like in these videos:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDSzXjv2QGw (0:57)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KvwdEsrqEY (1:05)


There are some amazing resources here in Utah for filming winter sports.

While I’ve included some photos at the end of this post, I’ve also included a video clip or two from around the web that show the kind of views that I think my client is looking for.

This video contains a fair amount of introduction to the company’s tours, but within the video there are some great views of people hiking in the backcountry.

These photos are from the top of the tram at a local resort. From the tram landing you have a 360 degree view of the surrounding mountain range.

Another video with some stunning visuals of the Wasatch Mountain range.

Here are some other photos gathered from local ski resorts:

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Here are a few theaters, all located in downtown Salt Lake. There are two additional stages at the University of Utah that are used regularly for dance performances as well. The three downtown are as well, the Rose Wagner theater being the home of Reperatory Dance Theater and the Capitol Theater being the home of Ballet West.

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Here is a selection of a few furnished, rentable office spaces, all within 30 minutes of downtown Salt Lake City.

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