Ski Jumps with surrounding views of mountains

The Olympic Legacy

Originally constructed for the 1932 Winter Olympics, and further built upon for the 1980 Winter Olympics, the Lake Placid Legacy Sites have since evolved into 4 distinct locations: Olympic Center, Olympic Jumping Complex, Mt. Van Hoevenberg, and Whiteface Mountain.

Today, our venues have undergone the biggest renovation projects to date, as we head to the 2023 Winter World University Games. To learn more about these exciting projects, visit our improvements page.

Interested in visiting our venues? Click the button below to view our map of where the Lake Placid Legacy Sites venues are located in relation to each other.

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