Cypress Mountain hosted the freestyle skiing events for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
For the Winter Olympics, there are nine venues that have been or will be used for freestyle skiing. The first FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships was held at Tignes, France, in 1986. Two years later at the Winter Olympics in Calgary, the sport was included as a demonstration event though it took place at two different locations. Becoming an official Olympic sport in 1992, the venue chosen was at Tignes, host of the 1986 world championships. The 1997 world championships at Iizuna Kogen would serve as the test event for the venue used for the 1998 Winter Olympics. Deer Valley played host to the 2002 events and would host the world championships in both 2003 and 2011. Whistler, British Columbia hosted the 2001 world championships though the 2010 venue took place at Cypress Mountain in West Vancouver close to the host city.
||Other sports hosted at venue for those games
||Canada Olympic Park (includes bobsleigh/luge track) (demonstration)
||Bobsleigh, Luge, Nordic combined (ski jumping), Ski jumping
35,000 (ski jumping)
||Kanthaugen Freestyle Arena
||Iizuna Kogen Ski Area
|2002 Salt Lake City
||Alpine skiing (slalom)
||Freestyle Skiing Center and Snowboard Park
||8,000 (freestyle skiing)