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The ski jumps loom above everything else. Drive in and take the chair lift to the top and experience what the jumpers saw before they went down the hill. Watch young hopefuls practice jumps on the trampoline or down the practice jumps into the pool....More
We visited Lake Placid with the purpose of visiting all the Olympic sites we weren’t disappointed with the ski jump. As we drove around the road there it was looming in the distance. Really cool. Not only were we able to see up close what...More
My family enjoyed the ski jump facility. We first drove down to the parking lot near bottom where the cashier at a store is and got our online payment papers (Olympic Passport) scanned. There were aerial jumps going on into the pool nearby. From that...More
Watched skiers practice into the pool. That was so cool. Rode the elevator to the top of the 26 floor ski jump. The girl in the elevator was not friendly or knowledgeable, she kept her nose in a book, when we asked some questions she...More
Well worth the trip up. Amazing how high that jump is. The view from the top is incredible. Interesting movies in observation gallery. Guy running the elevator could have been a bit more engaged. Yes and No answers were all we got from him.
Must see when in Lake Placid. Cheap admission fee which includes ski lift ride and elevator to the tower. Awesome view and piece of history. Occasion to see how things work. Simply something different from ordinary.
If you enjoy watching ski jumping during the Olympics, you owe it to yourself to take a tour of the Ski Jump Complex. The tour includes a trip (via elevator) to the top of the 120m jump, which puts the courage of these athletes into...More
It was quite annoying to have carefully planned all of a quick weekend's activities in the area, only to find that people just didn't feel like showing up for work on a gorgeous Sunday. It made our Passport purchase not make sense.