Fodor's Expert Review Canada Olympic Park

Calgary Park (National/State/Provincial)

The site of the 1988 Winter Olympics is a year-round attraction. A one-hour bus tour goes over, under, around, and through the 89- and 114-meter ski jumps and the bobsled and luge tracks (in summer you have the option of walking down the slopes) and also takes you to the Ice House, a year-round training facility for world-class competitors. Olympic athletes training at the facility often lead the guided tours. In winter the slopes are open to the public for skiing and snowboarding; lessons are available. A day lodge with a cafeteria and the Olympic Hall of Fame are on the premises.

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Quick Facts

88 Olympic Rd. SW
Calgary, Alberta  Canada


Sight Details:
Rate Includes: Free, excluding activities; tours C$10–C$15, Mid-May–early Nov., daily 8 am–9 pm; early Nov.–late Mar., weekdays 9–9, weekends 9–5; call for tour, Olympic Hall of Fame, and late Mar.–mid-May hrs

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