Get Olympic in Park City 4 ways to feel like gold-medal material Have a podium moment Hold an Olympic torch, play interactive ski-jumping games, check out Olympian Bode Miller’s ski gear, and watch video highlights of the ’02 Games at the Alf Engen Ski Museum and the 2002 Eccles Olympic Museum.Guided tours ($7, $5 ages 3–17) include a toe-curling view from the top of the 120-meter Olympic ski jump. Free admission; in the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center, Utah Olympic Park. Pinterest Learn to luge Zoom at up to 55 mph down the ice track used in the ’02 Olympics in a one-person, feet-first luge. Workshops ($75; wasatchluge.org for dates) start low and slow to build skill and confidence.Or ride the Comet, a four-person bobsled (through Mar 21; closed Sun; $200; no children under 16; olyparks.com), to fly at up to 80 mph with 5 Gs of force ― equal to a 40-story drop in just under a minute. Slice the ice Olympic venue, in Kearns, 15 miles south of Salt Lake City. A session of six biweekly Learn to Speed Skate classes costs $45.Public skate $4, $3 ages 12 and under, rentals $2; 5662 South 4800 West (Cougar Lane), Kearns; 801/963-7121. Fulfill a need for speed Feel what it’s like to fly down the mountain like a world-class skier on the Xtreme Zipline, the steepest (average 34 percent grade) and fastest (up to 50 mph) in the world. Through Mar 21; closed Sun; $20; in Utah Olympic Park.