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Lillehammer ski jumping arena

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Just above Håkon Hall lies Lysgårdsbakkene Hoppanlegg which was built for the Olympics at Lillehammer in 1994, and has become the hallmark of Lillehammer. On a long distance you can see the beautiful hill that slides naturally into the landscape. You can take the chairlift up to the top of the largest hill and enjoy the panoramic view over Lillehammer town and Norway's largest lake, Mjøsa. The jumping tower is a popular photo stop for all visitors. From there, you can choose to take the 936 steps down again, or feel the sweeping feeling in the chairlift.

Just above Håkon Hall lies Lysgårdsbakkene Hoppanlegg which was built for the Olympics at Lillehammer in 1994, and has become the hallmark of Lillehammer. On a long distance you can see the beautiful hill that slides naturally into the landscape. You can take the chairlift up to the top of the largest hill and enjoy the panoramic view over Lillehammer town and Norway's largest lake, Mjøsa. The jumping tower is a popular photo stop for all visitors. From there, you can choose to take the 936 steps down again, or feel the sweeping feeling in the chairlift.

The jumping facility is top modern and was finished in 1992 with both a large and small hill, on HS140 and HS98 respectively. In 2007, the large ground was modernized and changed according to current rules and with plastic decks. Today, Lysgårdsbakkene is one of three national ski resorts in Norway and houses several international competitions such as the Olympic Games 1994, the Youth Olympics 2016, the World Cup and Raw Air.

During the year, 100 000 jumps will be held in Lysgårdsbakkene, with 80 000 jump in the winter season and 20 000 during the summer season. Then here is the opportunity to see jumpers in action almost every day.

The current records in the big tray are Simon Annan, 146 meter in winter and Tom Hilde, 145 meter this summer. In the small hill there is Andreas Kofler who has the record with his 105 meter in the winter, while Daniela Iraschko has 106 meters in the summer.

Chairlift
A chairlift will take you from the bottom of the hill to the ski jumping tower at the top of the largest hill. From the open-air terrace at the Ski Jumping Tower, you can enjoy a panorama view of Lillehammer and Lake Mjøsa. This is a popular site for visitors to take photos.

Lillehammer is located at the northern end of Norway's largest lake, Lake Mjøsa, and is considered to be Norway's oldest winter sport destination. The Olympic Winter Games in 1994 once again put the Lillehammer region on the international winter travel itinerary.

The Tower of the biggest facility of Lysgårdsbakkene ski jumping arena has an outdoor terrace with a panoramic view of Lillehammer, as well as a spectacular view down the jumping hill.

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