|Longest jump:||21.3 m (70 ft)|
|Year of construction:||1914|
|Ski club:||Toronto Ski Club|
Though Toronto is considered as a city which doesn't get much snow, it also had ski jumping episodes it its history.
The first small ski jumps were opened as early as 1914 in High Park. The bigger one of two hills allowed to jump around 30 feet (~9 metres). Because of its bad location - it was built on an almost flat part of the hill - jumpers couldn't jump too far and had problems with landing. Shortly later ski jumps were moved higher up the hill which doubled distances up to 60 feet (~18 metres). The longest jump recorded there was 70 feet (~21 metres) and was landed on the flat part of the outrun.