Holmenkollen is a land mark in Oslo, the most visited tourist attraction in Norway, and most likely the world’s most famous ski jump. With historical roots all the way back to 1892 it is also one of the oldest ski jumps still in use today.
After the last rebuild the K-point (critical point) Was set to 120 meters and the size of the hill is 134 meters. Holmenkollen was used during the winter Olympics in 1952 and the world championships in 1930, 1966, 1982 and 2011. The hill is also used every year during two different stages of the World cup.