The Olympic Jumping Complex and Surrounding views of the Lake Placid Legacy Sites

Get to know the Lake Placid Legacy Sites

Lake Placid has had the privilege of hosting two Olympic Winter Games, first in 1932, and again in 1980. The venues used for the Games are collectively known as the Lake Placid Legacy Sites, and include: Olympic Center, Olympic Jumping Complex, Mt. Van Hoevenberg, and Whiteface Mountain.

Today, these venues continue to host visitors, events, and serve as a unique training ground for many sports. They have undergone the biggest improvement projects to date, as they head into hosting the 2023 Winter World University Games. Scroll down, explore, and let this page be your one-stop shop to plan your next visit to the Lake Placid Legacy Sites.

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ski jumper in crouched position zooming down the jump ramp in summer
Artist's rendering of the new Lake Placid Olympic Museum spaces
Aerial view of downtown Lake Placid with Mirror Lake in the foreground and mountains in the background
A tight group of three short track speedskaters battle for position around the turn.