Below is a list of current (and some closed) bobsled/skeleton/luge tracks. Not listed are some that have fallen beyond disrepair for various reasons and are no longer used.

   Track Country Length (in meters) Notes
Altenberg Germany IBSF: 1,413
FIL: 1,378 (m) / 1,220 (w/d)
 2012 FIL championship host
Calgary Canada IBSF: 1,494
FIL: 1,494 (m/w) / 1,487 (d)
Hosted 1988 Olympics
Cesana – Closed (2011) Italy IBSF: 1,435
FIL: 1,435 (m) / 1,233 (w/d)
2006 Olympic track for Turin Olympics
Cortina d’Ampezzo – Out of Competition Italy IBSF: 1,350 Host 1956 Olympic track
Igls Austria IBSF: 1,200
FIL: 1,227 (m) / 817 (w/d)
Host track for 1976 Innsbruck Olympics
Königssee Germany IBSF: 1,252
FIL: 1,339 (m) / 1,224 (w/d)
1st permanent artificially cooled track
La Plagne France IBSF: 1,507
FIL: 1,249 (m) / 1,142 (w/d)
Host track for 1992 Albertville games
Lake Placid United States IBSF: 1,455
FIL: 1,335 (m) / 1,135 (w/d)
’32 / ’80 Olympic host, current track built in 1999
Lillehammer Norway IBSF: 1,365
FIL: 1,365 (m) / 1,165 (w/d)
1994 Olympic host track
Nagano – Closed Japan IBSF: 1,360
FIL: 1,326 (m) / 1,194 (w/d)
Host of 1998 Olympic Games
Oberhof Germany IBSF: 1,069
FIL: 1,070 (m) / 946 (w/d)
Host of first 2-man IBSF World Championships
Paramonovo – Out of Competition Russia IBSF: 1,600
FIL: 1,401 (m) / 1,248 (w/d)
Held 1 FIL World Cup event
Park City United States IBSF: 1.335
FIL: 1,316 (m) / 1,140 (w/d)
2002 Olympic host
PyeongChang South Korea IBSF: 1,376
FIL: 1,344 (m) / 1,201 (w/d)
2018 Olympic host
Sigulda Latvia IBSF: 1,200
FIL: 1,260 (m) / 998 (w/d)
FIL World Championships host ’03, ’15
Sochi Russia IBSF: 1,500
FIL: 1,475 (m) / 1,384 (w/d)
2014 Olympic host
St. Moritz Switzerland IBSF: 1,722 Only natural track in World Cup competition
Whistler Canada IBSF: 1,450
FIL: 1,198 (m) / 877 (w/d)
Host track for 2010 Vancouver Olympics
Winterberg Germany IBSF: 1,609
FIL: 1,324 (m) / 1,293 (w/d)
Has hosted 6 world championships (4 IBSF / 2 FIL)

Key: (m) – Men’s luge / (w) – Women’s luge / (d) – Doubles luge

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