|Further jumps:||K40, K25|
|Year of construction:||2021|
|Ski club:||Jilin Tonghua Ski Jumping Team|
|Coordinates:||41.659920, 125.955339 ✔|
The city of Tonghua in the south of Jilin Province is considered to be the birthplace of ski jumping in China. In 1938 the Japanese occupiers built the first ski jumping hill there and even after World War II there was still ski jumping.
As part of the activities to strengthen Chinese winter sports with a view to the Olympic Games 2022, the construction of the new Tonghua Ski Jumping Training Center began in 2020. For around 5.6 million euros, three plastic-covered jumps with K60, K40 and K25 are being built at the Jinchang ski area (which was opened in 1959) for the training of young ski jumpers. The facility also includes two judges' towers, a lift and a large functional building with offices, training rooms, dormitories and a restaurant. The jumps should be ready to jump in October 2021.