Canada Olympic Park is at 88 Canada Olympic Rd. S.W. The park, the host area for ski jumping, freestyle skiing, bobsled and luge events at the 1988 Winter Olympic Games, remains a site for year-round sports activities. In winter visitors can learn to ski and snowboard or ride down the trails at one of Western Canada's largest tube parks. In warmer weather, a mountain bike park with more than 20 kilometres (12.4 mi.) of trails can be enjoyed along with one of North America's fastest ziplines, a scenic chairlift and an 18-hole miniature golf course. The Markin MacPhail Centre, home to several national sports organizations including Hockey Canada, has one international-sized rink and three North American-sized rinks.
Also on-site are the Ice House, a training facility where bobsleigh, skeleton and luge athletes practice; the Olympic sliding track; and the Performance Training Centre which offers training to high-performance athletes and the public.
Recreational activities are permitted. Food is available. Time: Allow 2 hours minimum.