|Hill Size:||HS 140|
|Hill record:||149.0 m (Gregor Schlierenzauer , 2009-01-25, WC)|
|Ladies' hill record:||129.5 m (Atsuko Tanaka , 2013-03-30, L-N-CAN)|
|Inrun length:||95 m|
|Take-off length:||6.6 m|
|Take-off height:||3.1 m|
|Hill Size:||HS 106|
|Hill record:||109.5 m (Adam Małysz , 2010-02-11, OWG)|
|Official hill record:||108.0 m (Simon Ammann , 2010-02-13, OWG)|
|Ladies' hill record:||105.5 m (Lindsey Van , 2008-01-05)|
|Official ladies' record:||105.5 m (Alexandra Pretorius , 2013-03-28, N-CAN)|
|Inrun length:||87.3 m|
|Take-off length:||6.1 m|
|Take-off height:||2.38 m|
|Year of construction:||2014|
|Year of construction:||2007|
|Ski club:||Whistler Sport Legacies, Sea to Sky Nordics|
For the Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver 2010 120 km north of Vancouver Whistler Olympic Park was built at Madeley Creek basin at Callaghan Valley. Beside the two ski jumping hills the biathlon and the cross-country stadiums are part of this Nordic centre, too. The total costs for Whistler Olympic Park were 120m $, therewith all 3 ski arenas (ski jumping, cross-country, biathlon) had a capacity of 12,000 spectators.
Works on the two K125 and K95 jumping hills already had started in April 2004 and on 2007-12-15 the official opening could take place. Then in March 2008 the first ski jumping COC was hosted and in January 2009 the Pre-Olympic trial World Cup competitions took place. At the Olympic Winter Games in 2010 Simon Ammann won both gold medals in the individual competitions, while Austria claimed the team title.
Both Olympic hills are only usable in winter time and initially weren't used at all after the Olympic Games. Then the Canadian Nationals and an international training camp were held there in end of March 2012. Since then Canadian Championships (with international participants) in ski jumping and Nordic combined have taken place on the facility every year in spring. Furthermore, in early 2014 Whistler Olympic Park was announced officially as a national training center of Ski Jumping & Nordic Combined Canada and since several training camps of national and junior teams have been held on the normal and large hill.
Additionally two junior ski jumping hills K40 and K20 were built in summer 2014 in order to support local youth ski jumpers and set up a solid ski jumping programme.