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Colette S.
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Report | a month ago
It was super easy to use and Soldier Hollow was more than courteous to use my coupons
Tiffany B.
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Report | a month ago
Make a reservation a couple of days before you go. We had a lot of fun!
Lisa J.
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Report | a month ago
take friends, it is fun
John C.
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Report | a month ago
Was definitely a fun time. Depending on crowd, one loop can take 20 min. The rope tow takes just under 5 minutes. Walking takes about the same, 5 min., but you won't have to wait in the rope tow line and can get more runs in. Walking up at least once lets you appreciate the rope tow and makes the wait in line a little more bearable (: One youngster was up to 14 times in the 2 hour time period but he was running back up the hill! We did 7 runs, connecting three together was lots of fun too. My max speed was 30 mph on a gps app. Very safe and well managed.
Heather J.
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Report | a month ago
Call for a reservation
Kelly P.
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Report | a month ago
Be prepared for some fun!
phillip
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Report | 2 months ago
They will have fun there
Leslie
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Report | 2 months ago
The more people you take with you the more fun it is. If you are going down as a group keep your tubs close. We had a blast went as a group of 20.
Justin R.
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Report | 2 months ago
Call early for times they fill up fast
Darcy R.
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Report | 2 months ago
Super fun!
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Each year, more than 3,500 people descend on Soldier Hollow in Midway to celebrate the arts and cultures of various Native American nations. For three days, crafters sell handmade jewelry, paintings, and museum-worthy pottery. Fry bread, roast mutton, and Navajo tacos abound, fueling shoppers as they browse or cartwheel over to watch dancers and drummers face off against each other in colorful, handcrafted regalia. The dancers don flowing garb for grass dances that recall prairie grass rustling in the breeze, while jingle dresses inlaid with hundreds of tiny tin cones reverberate in time with fleet footwork.

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