|Hill Size:||HS 140|
|Hill record:||144.0 m (Simon Ammann , 2008-12-13, WC)|
|Summer hill record:||143.5 m (Gregor Schlierenzauer , 2007-08-16, SGP)|
|Inrun length:||98.6 m|
|Take-off length:||6.8 m|
|Take-off height:||3.24 m|
|Hill Size:||HS 106|
|Hill record:||108.0 m (Dimitry Ipatov , 2007-01-19, UNI)|
|Official hill record:||104.5 m (Dimitri Vassiliev , 2006-02-12, OWG)|
|104.5 m (Michael Uhrmann , 2006-02-12, OWG)|
|Inrun length:||88 m|
|Take-off length:||6.4 m|
|Take-off height:||2.38 m|
|Hill Size:||HS 66|
|Hill record:||65.5 m (Tomasz Byrt , 2007-08-16, FIS)|
|Year of construction:||2004|
|Further jumps:||K30, K15|
|Ski club:||Sci Club Val Chisone|
The Olympic ski jumping hills for Torino 2006 in Pragelato have been constructed in 2003 and 2004, in 2005 the last works of the infrastructure at the jump were completed. Pragelato has only 400 inhabitants, is 1,535 meters above sea level, 85 km west of Torino and in the valley of Sestrière. Three smaller jumps have been built for the junior jumpers in the Piemont, too. Pragelato also hosted the Olympic disciplines Nordic Combination and Cross-Country skiing in 2006.
After the Games the Olympic ski jumps had still been used for different kinds of international competition formats, for example in 2007 the ski jumping events of Univesiade were staged there. But from winter 2009-2010 onwards the jumps had been closed and were only dilapidating. In December 2011 at least the junior jumps were reactivated and the larger hill should follow, too. The operational cost is 150,000 Euro per year and could only be secured until 2017.
In March 2017 the town council of Pragelato suggested the complete deconstruction of the Olympic large and normal ski jumping hills. Instead, the slope shall be converted into an alpine downhill track and be integrated into the existing small skiing area. Though there is a lack of ski jumping tradition in Piedmont region, the three junior hills shall be conserved. The total cost for the deconstruction project shall be around 5.5 million Euros, but a concrete schedule involving all stakeholders doesn't exist yet.