Soldier Hollow Nordic Center is a cross-country ski resort located 53 miles (85 km) southeast of Salt Lake City in Wasatch Mountain State Park, Midway, Utah. Once the site of a small Native American encampment (and later, in the 1850’s, a stopover for a group of Army surveyors), Soldier Hollow emerged from obscurity in the winter of 2002 as the immensely popular site of the Olympic cross country and biathlon events. Soldier Hollow Nordic Center also hosted the cross country skiing portions of Nordic Combined, and in March of 2002, held the cross country skiing and biathlon events for the Paralympics.
Since 2002, Soldier Hollow Nordic Center has gone on to host dozens of National Championships and World Cups.
On May 1, 2016, the venue operation contract transferred from the Soldier Hollow Legacy Foundation to the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation, which owns and operates several Olympic and Paralympic legacy venues (Utah Olympic Park, Soldier Hollow Nordic Center and Utah Olympic Oval) elsewhere in the state.