Help us keep WinSport open 

We are working to meet evolving COVID-19 guidelines. We adjust our operations as needed to ensure a safe experience for our guests and Team Members. Please support our efforts.

This page is updated as changes due to COVID-19 occur.

  • Maintain a physical distance of six feet (two metres) from other guests and WinSport Team Members at all times, including in lift mazes.
  • Foot traffic and in-person gatherings are not permitted anywhere at WinSport. This includes sidewalks, entrances, parking lots, and check-in areas.
  • Guests must dress for the day at their vehicle and leave all personal items locked in their vehicles. Bring only what you need to the hill. There are no lockers available for day use.
  • Carry small snacks and water bottles in your pockets if needed. Fanny packs and small backpacks while mountain biking are permitted. No bags can be left inside our facilities.
  • Face coverings are mandatory in all indoor areas and in all outdoor common areas. This includes the day lodge, lift lines, lifts, magic carpets and parking lots.

No one known to have COVID-19 symptoms or a positive test in the previous 14 days will be permitted on WinSport property.

WinSport’s local, accessible family sport facilities are more important to Calgary than ever. Our team has worked hard to develop a safe reopening strategy. We are operating under the direction of Alberta Health Services and The City of Calgary. The sporting opportunities at Canada Olympic Park help thousands of Calgarians to stay healthy through the cold weather. Let’s play safely together.

Please review the COVID-19 Safety Protocols below before visiting and follow all signage and instructions while you are here.

Guests must follow COVID-19 protocols or access will be revoked.


Markin MacPhail Centre



WinSport is committed to doing our part to curb the upward trend in positive COVID-19 cases across the province. As of April 30, 2021, the arenas are closed.

We look forward to when we can open safely within approved guidelines and appreciate your continued patience as we work through these unprecedented times.


Face coverings are required in all public indoor spaces at WinSport. Face coverings may be removed;

· When walking to and from the arena to the dressing room

· While playing on the arena and sitting on the benches or in the penalty boxes

The dressing rooms for the arenas are open, but showers are closed. You may access the dressing room 30 minutes prior to the start of your ice times and vacate 15 minutes after your ice times have ended.

Arenas and Dressing rooms will be cleaned by WinSport between users.

No spectators are permitted in the arenas.

Performance Training Centre

WinSport is committed to doing our part to curb the upward trend in positive COVID-19 cases across the province. The Performance Training Centre remains closed but we can still offer online training support services. Online Training Services including Personal Training, Team Training and Customized Training Programs now available! Please email [email protected] for more information.

Performance Training Centre

What is COVID-19?

COVID-19 is highly contagious, even without a carrier showing symptoms. Participation in any WinSport lessons, camps, or programming or use of or attendance at any WinSport facilities will increase the risk of exposure to or contracting COVID-19. Being exposed to or contracting COVID-19 has many risks, dangers, and hazards, with many of such risks, dangers, and hazards being of an unspecified or undetermined nature, and include, without limitation:

  • illness;
  • respiratory illness;
  • short and long term health complications;
  • treatment risks, dangers, hazards, or complications;
  • death;
  • loss;
  • personal injury;
  • increased risk to one’s health due to an underlying medical condition, whether known or unknown;
  • isolation or quarantine requirements;
  • transmission to others;
  • third party losses;
  • negligence of others; and
  • negligent first aid
  • COVID-19 is highly contagious and can spread to a person through many means, known and unknown, including without limitation respiratory droplets generated through a cough or sneeze; close personal contact; touching something with the virus on it and then touching your mouth, nose or eyes before washing your hands.