This project contains four different ski jumps:
The K75- and the K64-Jump and the small Hills - K35 and K15.
All jumps start from the same hillside facing to the northwest. Each jump has its own approach ramp, take-off table and landing track.
The relationship between the four jumps and the hill profile is optimized in terms of adaptation and position, so that excavation is kept to a minimum. The two primary ramps are designed as sloping, free span bridges constructed using a wooden structure. The towers of K75 and K64 will be erected with wood beams. The two lifts, staircase, and the supply shaft have a consistent section, and provide the structure with vertical support and torsional stiffness. The Chairlift is situated in the middle, between the four axes of the landing hills, and starts at the lowest point of the Arena. The end station is situated near the bottom of the K75-Tower besides the vertical lift. The length of the lift track is approx. 180 m.
All jumps correspond to the newest guidelines issued by the FIS (Fédération Internationale de Ski) and were designed with consultation from the Technical Committee from the FIS.
Kathrin Aste, Frank Ludin, Thomas Feuerstein, Peter Griebel