The new Whistler Olympic Park is located eleven miles southwest of the village of Whistler, British Columbia, in an area called the Callaghan Valley.
For the first time, all four Nordic skiing disciplines - cross-country skiing, biathlon, ski jumping and Nordic combined -- will be held at the same Olympic venue.
Venue capacity for the ski jumping and cross-country stadiums is 12,000 people each.
Whistler Olympic Park consists of a ski jumping venue with two ski jumps, coaching stands and the judges' tower. The maximum flight distance for the normal hill (K95) is 106 meters, and the maximum flight distance for the large hill (K125) is 140 meters.
A state-of-the-art snow refrigeration system is located on the inruns of both jumps.
Within short walking distance, the Olympic Park also has 14km (approximately 9 miles) of competition trails. Two 5km loops make up the trail system to be utilized for the cross-country skiing portion of the Nordic combined. In addition, there are 40-45km (25-30 miles) of warm-up and recreational trails next to the core Olympic area.
The elevation range is 840 to 930 meters (2755-3050 feet).
After the 2010 Games, the Whistler Olympic Park will be owned and operated by the Whistler Legacies Society, which will also operate the Whistler Sliding Centre and part of the Whistler Athletes' Village.