Winsport Olympic Park

 

Winsport Olympic Park

Experience the thrill of being hurled down a bobsleigh run with 14 turns at speeds of up to 120 km per hour, or soak up some Olympic history at Winsport's Canada Olympic Park. You can also brush up on your ski stance before heading out to the Canadian Rockies resorts. Another must-see polar experience is the Calgary Zoo's penguin exhibit.

Details
Activities
Cross Country Skiing
Night Skiing
Skating
Skiing
Snowboarding
Tube Park
Other Winter Attractions

Test your courage on the Olympic Bobsleigh and Luge facilities. Visit the Olympic Hall of Fame.

Snowmaking?

Yes

Season
November - April
Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Saturday-Sunday plus holidays (including Christmas break): 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Average Temperature (Celcius)
-7
Rentals?
Yes
Lessons/Ski School?
Yes
On-Hill Food Options?
Yes
Stats
Total Runs
7
Terrain Description

Drop into the Super Pipe - the largest pipe in Western Canada and home to Canada's Slope Style Team. Practice your mogul motion on the Mogul Pitch.

Terrain Parks
2
Rideable Area (Acres)
35
Number of Lifts
7
Lift Details

3 chairlifts, 4 magic carpets

Base Elevation
3,707
Top Elevation (Ft)
4,219
Vertical Rise (Ft)
512
Location
Email
Info@Winsport.Ca
Community
Calgary
Province
Alberta

Getting There

Winsport Canada Olympic Park is on the western edge of Calgary. You can see the 1988 Ski Jumps from many places in Calgary.

Driving

From downtown Calgary head west on the TransCanada Highway. Turn south into the park on Canada Olympic Road SW. 

Flights

Calgary International Airport welcomes visitors from Canada and around the world. Car rental agencies are within the airport complex, bus service, taxi and shuttles are all available.