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Sports & Recreational Facilities Attractions & Entertainment

Sports facilities built for the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary are central to the ongoing training of Canadian teams and Olympic hopefuls. Enjoyed by locals and visitors alike, places like the Canmore Nordic Centre (cross-country skiing and biathlon), Canada Olympic Park (ski jumping, ski school, hockey and the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame), and the Olympic Oval (speed skating and still the fastest ice on the planet) are continually improved upon and rank as some of the best facilities in the western world. Every city, town and rural community has sports and recreational facilities for all activities, ages and abilities. Fitness is top of mind in Alberta.
Ice skating West Edmonton Mall
Ice Palace

Landmarks & Buildings to See

Breakout Entertainment Edmonton

Edmonton, Alberta
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Breakout Entertainment is a live action escape game, and a whirlwind of suspense, cunning and teamwork. Locked in a room for only 45 minutes, will you be able to solve a series of puzzles, clues and riddles to escape the room before time runs out?

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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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The Olympic Oval

Calgary, Alberta
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Skate the fastest ice in the world at the first covered speed skating oval in North America in Calgary, the place where the Canadian national team competes.

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