Ski Jumping Arena Lillehammer

Lysgårdsvegen 55, 2609 Lillehammer

The ski jumping arena was built for the Winter Olympics in Lillehammer in 1994, and has become the iconic symbol of Lillehammer internationally.

The Lysgårdsbakkene Ski Jumping Arena was completed in December 1992, built for the 1994 Winter Olympic Games. The ski jump facility is made up of 120m and 90m jumps, measuring HS138 and HS100 respectively. The hills are used for training and competition both during the winter as well as summer. During the summer of 1994, plastic was installed on the HS100 hill. The modernization of the HS138 jump was completed in June 2007.

Lysgårdsbakkene is the permanent host of a World Cup event during the winter and a World Cup B competition during the summer. The venue has also been the organizer of many Norwegian Championship events. Each winter, approximately 80,000 jumps are made; with 20,000 jumps being made each summer.
Athletes come from all over Norway and from abroad to train in the hills both winter and summer. Coaches refer to Lysgårdsbakkene as one of the world’s best and most effective venues for training purposes.

Contact information

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Events on this arena

2 Mar 2022 - 3 Mar 2022
Arena/Place: Ski Jumping Arena Lillehammer Category: Sport
Occasion: 14:00
World Cup ski jumping RAW air will be organized in Lillehammer 2 and 3rd of March 2022.

20 Aug 2022
Arena/Place: Ski Jumping Arena Lillehammer Category: Culture
Occasion: 17:00
There will be a concert at the ski jump arena Lillehammer on August 21, 2021 with Lars Winnerbäck and CC Cowboys.

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