|Year of construction:||1936|
|Status:||out of order|
|Coordinates:||49.843742, 8.661172 ✔|
On the north-eastern side of the Ludwigshöhe, a much frequented destination in the south of Darmstadt, also called “Bessunger Hausberg”, a small ski jumping facility was set up by a Reicharbeitsdienst (RAD, Reich Labour Service) in 1936. The two ski hills exploited the natural shape of the terrain close to the "music temple" and thus only the take-offs were modeled from the soil. After the ski jumps were reactivated after World War II, winter sports activities on Ludwigshöhe continued to the mid-1960s.