The Ski Jumping Complex of Val di Fiemme

The Ski Jumping Complex of Predazzo in the Val di Fiemme valley - also known as the "Giuseppe Dal Ben" Ski Jump Arena - is considered one of the best ski jumping facilities in the world, so much that it hosted a lot of famous national and international competitions, among which two world championships. During the years some of the best jumpers competed on its hills, allowing the audience to witness many spectacular performances.

The facility extends on an area of more than 30,000 sq m and has 2 main ski jumping hills (HS 134 and HS 106) and others dedicated to training. The facility is perfectly organized to host even the biggest competitions and is used the whole year round for practicing. There is a lift taking to the two bigger hills, a judges tower and a data center. The complex is floodlit for nighttime competitions and thanks to its snow making machines is open the whole year round, so that athletes don't have to suspend their training.

National and international competitions

During the years the Ski Jumping Complex of Predazzo hosted countless national and international competitions, like the 1991, 2003 and 2013 FIS Nordic Ski World Championships, the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup and the FIS Nordic Combined World Cup.