There are currently ten tracks operating around the world, with another 4 not being used either at all, or not in the regular bobsleigh seasonal rotation. Every track currently in operation was built for an Olympic games, and only a handful have hosted the games twice. All of the tracks that have repeated however have seen large improvements between Olympics, or have been totally rebuilt.
There are no tracks in the southern hemisphere that are currently operating, there are only tracks in North America or Europe.
- La Plagne
- Lake Placid
- Park City
Not currently in use
- Calgary, Canada
- Sochi, Russia
- Peyongchang, South Korea
- Cesana, Italy
- Oberhof, Germany – though this can accommodate bobsleigh sleds, it is primarily a luge track, and bobsleigh athletes cannot push start here.
- Beijing – The site of the 2022 olympic games, this track is beginning construction