Altenberg Bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton track, located in Altenberg, Germany is a venue for Ice sports such as bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton, constructed in 1983. It has hosted the FIBT World Championships in 1991, 1994, 2000 & 2008, FIL European Luge Championships in 2002 and FIL World Luge Championships in 1996 & 2012. The track supports Bobsleigh and Skeleton, Luge - men's and women’s singles and Luge - men's doubles, team relay and junior events.
Four refrigeration condensers power the track. There are a total of fifty sensors. Monitoring is done by closed-circuit television to enhance track security. The icing of the track starts in October, taking one week for eight workers to evenly ice the track at a temperature of -13°C. Some of the notable turns are Omega, Labyrinth, Kreisel, Zielkreisel and Brees hang.