Since 1972, it has been possible to admire the magnificent views from the top of the highest ski jumping tower in the Sports Centre. In clear weather, the view from the top is several kilometres.
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Website is currently only available in Finnish.
Salpausselkä Geopark in the Päijät-Häme region in Southern Finland tells the story of the most famous and unique geological entity in Finland. The First and Second Salpausselkä are unique ice-marginal formations laid down by the last Ice Age. They reach across the entirety of Southern Finland and are at their most spectacular in the Lahti area. Here they are joined to feeder eskers of international value, such as the picturesque Kelvenne and Pulkkilanharju Esker in Päijänne National Park.
In the Ski Museum lobby you will find the Salpausselkä Geopark information point, where you can obtain brochures, information and tips about the local nature surrounding the Sports Centre. The information point is open during the museum’s opening hours and access to the point is free of charge.
In summertime, the landing area of ski jumpers serves as a public outdoor swimming pool. The 50 metre-long main pool and the shallow children’s pool are open daily from June to August. There is a summer café next to the entrance.
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