2013 Snowflake Ski Jumping Tournament Gallery
Click the image below to view a gallery of pictures from the 2013 Snowflake Ski Jumping Tournament held February 1st and 2nd, 2013.
2013 Snowflake Senior Tournament – Westby
Ski jumping tournament in Westby, Wisconsin.
The Ski Jump Complex
The ski jump complex at Snowflake consists of five jumps all located in the same area of beautiful Timber Coulee. The largest is a 118 meter Olympic-sized hill used for national and international competitions. The Large Hill Meet is held early each year in February and attracts not only U.S. ski jumpers but competitors from around the world. The four smaller hills at the site include a 65 meter hill, Many Olympic and world-class ski jumpers have competed at the Snowflake Ski Jumping Complex.
as well as smaller 40, 20, and 10 meter hills for training junior jumpers. Many Olympic and world-class ski jumpers have competed at the Snowflake Ski Jumping Complex.The junior competition is usually held at Snowflake in early January of each year. The Large Hill and Junior Meets are exciting annual events that draw large crowds of spectators.
Club members donate many hours preparing and grooming the hills. Our snowmaking and grooming equipment keep the hills in good condition regardless of natural snowfall.
Join us to be part of the event that brings the world to Westby, Wisconsin! No special skills necessary.
For more information on work days or to be added to the volunteer list that is contacted before every work day, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (608) 634-3211.
Snowflake Ski Club Meetings
The 2016 Snowflake Ski Club meetings will be held the second Wednesday of every month at 8 p.m. at the Snowflake Club House in Timber Coulee.
Interested in becoming a Jumper?
Kids of all ages can learn to ski jump.
Contact us for more information today!
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Donate to the Junior Snowflake Ski Club
Click the link below to donate to the Junior Snowflake Ski Club.
Ski jumping equipment is very expensive. Potential jumpers looking to try the sport could easily be turned off by the sticker shock. The Junior Snowflake Ski Club continuously raises money to purchase equipment to rent to the jumpers at a very low rate. All of the proceeds from your donation will be used to purchase equipment for the junior jumpers.
Thank you for your support!