New Virtual Ski Flying Exhibit Opens at Alf Engen Ski Museum

On Monday, September 30, an exciting new exhibit at the Alf Engen Ski Museum will open to the public.  Guests will experience a virtual ski flying adventure over Mt. Superior in Little Cottonwood Canyon as they sit in a quad chairlift and swoop down over tree tops and snow-covered mountain peaks, with "snow" falling and a light breeze blowing.  This exhibit was created by JDH of Ogden, Utah and funded by generous grants and donations from the Adobe Foundation, the Alf and Evelyn Engen Endowment Fund, Summit County's RAP tax grant, Summit Country 1% Restaurant tax grant, University of Utah, Park City Rotary Grant, Utah Division of Arts & Museums, Park City Mountain Resort Legacy Fund, and our many supportive donors.  We invite you to visit the museum and experience this new exhibit for yourself!! 

09/30/2013 10:00 am