|Further jumps:||K30, K15|
|Year of construction:||1984|
|Coordinates:||53.890195, -116.565361 ✔|
Silver Summit is a ski area resort in Yellowhead County, Alberta, Canada. In 1969 it was bought by Rick Damm, a former German ski jumper. The resort had both alpine skiing slopes and cross country trails as well as a natural luge track.
In 1984 ski jumping complex with K15, K30 and K50 hills was built there according to FIS standards. Opened in October 1984 was at the time the only one place to train ski jumping in Alberta until the Canada Olympic Park in Calgary was finished so it became a training center for the Alberta ski jumping team and also the Canadian national teams for both ski jumping and nordic combined were training here. Unless it is unused for many years the former inrun tower of the K50 hill as well as judges tower are still in a place.