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Sports & Recreational Facilities Attractions & Entertainment

Recreation – and any sport that might end with medals – are Alberta passions. World-class facilities built for the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary are still top-notch training hubs and open to the public. Basically every town in the province has a hockey rink. • Go far: Glide to Canmore Nordic Centre’s groomed cross-country ski trails. Rent skis for the day and then watch the pros qualifying for the World Cup. • Go fast: Skate the “fastest ice in the world” at the Olympic Oval. • Go downhill: Skiing doesn’t have to be a mystery. In a 90-minute lesson, learn to ski or snowboard at Canada Olympic Park in Calgary.

Canada Sports Hall Of Fame | Tourism Calgary

Canada Sports Hall Of Fame | Tourism Calgary

Landmarks & Buildings to See

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Bolder Climbing Community

Calgary, Alberta

Bolder Climbing Community is Calgary's first bouldering specific, indoor climbing centre. Focusing on community, atmosphere and developing the sport of rock climbing. Featuring 5300sqft of bouldering terrain, training area, weights, cafe and multi purpose mezzanine. Bolder Climbing Community is perfect for climbers of all abilities!

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Pidherney Curling Centre

Red Deer, Alberta

Sometimes you just have to let things slide, and that’s okay with the folks at Red Deer Curling. Located in the Pidherney Curling Centre, Red Deer Curling offers 12 sheets of curling ice, and can accommodate social, recreational and business needs through facility rentals for banquets, meetings, concerts and receptions. Slick’s Lounge offers seating for 275, and the WSP Banquet Room seats 100. A soundproof dividing wall can be opened to accommodate larger gatherings. Curling has a storied history in Red Deer, dating back before the turn of the 20th century, and is a healthy, affordable activity for all ages and abilities.

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Skyline Luge Calgary

Calgary, Alberta
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Skyline Luge at Canada Olympic Park on the outskirts of Calgary is a unique wheeled gravity ride that provides the rider full control over their descent on a purpose-built track. The braking and steering system controls speed and direction - it's easy to learn and is suitable for people of all ages and abilities. With more than 50 twists and turns, covering a distance of over 1,800 m (5,900 ft) on a continuous downhill trajectory, the Skyline Luge is the longest in the world and is certain to get your heart racing. Terrific city views.

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Events

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Black Spur Ultra

Kimberley, British Columbia
2018-08-24 To 2018-08-26 MST

From the creators of the Sinister 7 Ultra, we are proud to bring you the Black Spur Ultra; a race wrought from the winding, technical single track that trail runners dream about. No pavement, big climbs through rugged terrain, and stunning scenery. In its first year many racers dubbed Black Spur an "instant classic". Hosted at Kimberley Alpine Resort, you can walk to the start line right from your hotel room.Runners can choose to do 108 km solo, 54 km solo or 108 km team relay (teams of 2 to 6).Awards are presented in Female and Male categories for the soloists, and Coed, Female and Male for teams.

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'Masters' CSIO 5*

Calgary, Alberta
2018-09-05 To 2018-09-09 MST

The eyes of the world are focused on Spruce Meadows as the best athletes from the world's top show jumping nations compete for prize money and international acclaim during the Spruce Meadows 'Masters'. Family entertainment and shopping opportunities are available for guests from Wednesday to Sunday.

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Canadian Death Race

Grande Cache, Alberta
2018-08-03 To 2018-08-05 MST

Since the start of the millennium, racers have come to the Canadian Rockies to cheat Death in one of the world's toughest ultramarathons. The 125km course begins and ends on a 4200-foot plateau, passes over three mountain summits, and not only includes over 17,000 feet of elevation change but a major river crossing at the spectacular Hell's Gate canyon at the confluence of the Smoky and Sulphur Rivers. Each year, extreme athletes push themselves to the limits of their endurance against the breathtaking background of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Well-trained and totally committed, they battle heat, cold, altitude, and their own demons. Finishing is the prize and the bragging rights are priceless. Starting in 2018 the Canadian Death Race is, or will apply to be a qualifier for the following races and series:Western States Endurance Run, Ultra Trail Mont Blanc, Trail Runner Trophy Series, Alberta Ultra Series, Association of Canadian Ultramarathoners.

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