Venues of the 2018 Winter Olympics and Paralympics
The compactness of the venues of the 2018 Winter Olympics and Paralympics in Pyeongchang has been one of the winning arguments of the bid. The Games are gathered around two main venues, the mountain resort of Alpensia for the outdoor sports (Nordic and alpine skiing, bobsled...) and the coastal city of Gangneung for the indoor sports (figure skating, hockey, curling...). In addition there are two mountain stand alone venues.
The Games will have a total of 13 competition venues – six of which will be new. The speed skating rink construction having started in October 2014, all of the new venues are now under construction.
- Olympic Park of Hoenggye – Ceremonies 
- Alpensia Ski Jumping Stadium – Ski jumping, Nordic combined
- Alpensia Biathlon Centre – Biathlon
- Alpensia Nordic Centre – Cross-country skiing, Nordic combined
- Alpensia Sliding Centre – Luge, Bobsleigh, and Skeleton
- Olympic Village
- Yongpyong Resort – Alpine Skiing (Slalom, Giant Slalom)
The coastal cluster is located in the city of Gangneung
- Gangneung Indoor Ice Rink – Curling
- Union Hockey Centre – Ice Hockey (temporary)
- Gangneung Sports Complex Speed Skating facility - Speed skating
- Gyeongpo Ice Hall – Short track speed skating and Figure skating
- Kwandong University Arena – Ice Hockey (second facility)
The speed skating facility, the Gangneung Science Oval, will be built in the vicinity of the Gyeongpo Ice Hall and of the Union Hockey Centre.
- Bokwang Phoenix Park – Freestyle skiing and Snowboard
- Jungbong – Alpine skiing (downhill, Super-G and Combined)
- PyeongChang 2018 Alpensia Resort and water park complete and full for summer season
- http://www.pyeongchang2018.org/upload/downloads/pyeongchang2018_web_volume2.pdf Pyeongchang2018 Volume 2 (Sport and Venues)
- Pyeongchang 2018 move venue for Opening and Closing Ceremonies - Inside the Games - Duncan McKay - 6 July 2012