Photo: Andrey Narodnitskiy

Ski Jump K-75

VOROB’EVI HILLS

(in 1935-1999  — the Lenin Hills) — one of the most beautiful places in Moscow. It is a high right bank of the Moscow River. Located opposite the Luzhniki Stadium, considered one of the "Seven Hills of Moscow." Neskuchny garden is adjacent to the site from the east.  It is 80 meters high from the Moscow river.

The landscape of mountains forms a self — titled Vorob’evi Park, a part of which survived three ponds, as well as an array of broad-leaved forests. On Vorob’evi Hills offers the most extensive and picturesque panoramas of the capital.

SKI JUMP

In 1953 the ski Jump was erected on the hill, an illuminated ski slope with chairlift of 340 meters long.

In early 2015, plans were announced to renovate and build a new ski jump and a cableway between the Vorob’evi hills and the stadium "Luzhniki", which would combine sightseeing, transportation and sports functions.

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Project Details
Status:
Concept Proposal
Location:
Vorob'evil Hills, Moscow, Russia
Size:
4000 m²
Budget:
$2mil
Programme:
ski jump, ski school, viewing platform, restaurant
Team:
Dominykas Daunys, Nikoloz Japaridze, Anton Khmelnitskiy, Vano Ksnelashvili, Davit Tsanava, Nikita Tsymbla