To truly get a sense of what it was like to be at the Olympics, take an hour-long tour of the Utah Olympic Park. Standing atop the platform of the 120K Ski Jump event and looking far down at the landing below, it’s hard not to be impressed with those athletes (or crazed fools) who attempt this sport. Then there’s the bobsled, where Olympians cruised the snakelike track at a record speed of 88 miles per hour, and the freestyle skiing venue, known for making skiers perform flips and twists in midair. All of these Olympic events are now available to adventurous families. Freestyle skiers can take their lumps on small jumps before they try the big one, wannabe bobsledders spend $65 for a ride that lasts a little more than one minute, and the next Eddie the Eagle can fly above Park City on the ski jump.