2125 Saranac Ave.
Lake Placid, NY 12946
Phone: (518) 523-9555
Fax: (518) 523-4765
The Herb Brooks Arena (formerly known as the Olympic Center) is where one of ice hockey's greatest moments took place. The arena was home to the USA vs. USSR match at the 1980 Olympics and the USA pulled off one of the biggest upsets of the games. After Brooks' death in 2003, the Olympic Center was renamed in his honor. The impressive facility is composed of four skating rinks and hosts a variety of events throughout the year at this 7700-seat venue.
A professional whitewater rafting and canoeing guide company that specializes in small group and personal attention to better meet your individual goals and needs and offers wonderful Hudson River day and overnight trips.
"The Traditional Adirondack Guide Service," this full service, licensed Adirondack guide service was founded in 1978 and offers traditional outdoor adventures for people of all ages including angling adventures, canoe and guideboat tours, and corporate training programs.
Host of the famous 1932 and 1980 Olympic Games, this unique venue is active year round and hosts numerous events including public skating, Smucker's Stars on Ice, concerts, youth and adult hockey tournaments, and figure skating championships throughout the year.
Adirondack Equine runs horseback riding tours and lessons right in the heart of Lake Placid at The Lake Placid Club Resort with views of Mirror Lake, the High Peaks and the Ski Jumps. They also run sleigh rides in the winter on the Lake Placid Club's golf course on Route 86 in Lake Placid. They are also offering an overnight and day horse camp for girls full of exciting challenges and activities. The girls will learn everything from the grounds up of horse keep and the work to riding, and exploring local attractions.
See some of the top North American ski jumpers perfect their art on the K90 and K120 hills during the winter and summer at this ski jumping complex where visitors can ride the chairlift alongside the jumping hills and then hop aboard the 26 story elevator to the top of the K120 tower.
This world-renowned track is where top-class athletes hurtle along the mountain at break-neck speed in the hopes of setting a new record. Mount Van Hoevenberg Olympic Bobsled Run is a top-notch facility that has played host to bobsleigh, luge and skeleton competitions in the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics. If the adrenalin rush of watching athletes zoom past you is too hard to resist, you can even experience what its like with an actual bobsleigh ride with a professional.
The Olympic Sports Complex lets you go for a 30-second blobsled ride down the Olympic track and the one used to still train world athletes today. A truck brings you up the side of the mountain and you ride on down in a four-man bobsled. While it is a pricey ride it is certainly an unforgettable one. For the truly daring, the self-guided luge is a one-of-a-kind experience in Lake Placid. Come watch the athletes do timed runs on the course for skeleton, luge and bobsled. If you prefer to experience the snow and ice off the bobsled track, there is 32 miles of cross-country trails, biathlon training facilities and snowshoe paths for everyone in the family to enjoy.
Adirondack horseback riding attractions & activities in Lake Placid, NY.
St. Regis can help you plan a trip, they offer rentals & services, guided trips, and a retail store.
This bowling center offers league bowling, open bowling and tournament bowling for men, women, boys and girls. They also host bowling parties. Visit Romano's Sports Bar or Changing Times Cafe.
The Saranac Inn Golf and Country Club features spectacular mountain views and is considered to be one of the most challenging resort courses in the Northeast. The motel overlooks the first tee and there is a restaurant and lounge.