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.
WinSport's Canada Olympic Park is the premier site of the 1988 Olympic Winter Games. Open year-round and home to a variety of activities including downhill mountain biking, mini golf, a Children's Activity Centre, zipline, bobsleigh, ice skating, skiing and snowboarding.
Spruce Meadows, in south Calgary, hosts a series of world-class show jumping tournaments throughout the year, including the National in June, Pan American in July and Masters in September. The picturesque equestrian and event centre also features beautiful gardens with an outdoor children's playground and offers affordable family fun year round.