At the Olympic Jumping Complex, visitors will get an up-close and personal tour of the ramps that ski jumpers launch themselves from before flying over the length of a football field. Ride the chairlift up to the base of the towers, from there, take the glass enclosed elevator to the observation deck of the K-120 meter jump. At the top you will find a panoramic view of the Adirondack High Peaks as you stroll through the ski jumpers preparation room, while taking in a bird's eye view of what the jumpers see as they start to accelerate towards the end of the ramp.
The Olympic Jumping Complex is open year-round to both visitors and athletes alike. Wondering how the athletes can jump without snow? With the help of some pretty clever technology, ski jumpers take flight throughout the summer, speeding down jumps surfaced for the season in half-cut porcelain marbles and plastic shingles and slicked by a coat of water. Your visit to the Olympic Jumping Complex also includes access to the freestyle training facilities, getting you up close to some of the most daring athletes around. One skier after the next will speed down the hill, rocket up the ramp and pull off a flurry of twists, flips and spins directly in front of—and above—you and your family. There's no better way to see one of the Olympics' coolest sports. This activity and many others are FREE with your Olympic Sites Passport!