|Hill Size:||HS 134|
|Hill record:||138.5 m (Eric Frenzel , 2013-02-28, NC-WSC)|
|Official hill record:||136.0 m (Adam Małysz , 2003-02-22, WSC)|
|Summer hill record:||134.0 m (Adam Małysz , 2004-09-08, SGP)|
|Inrun length:||115.36 m|
|Take-off length:||7 m|
|Take-off height:||3 m|
|Hill Size:||HS 106|
|Hill record:||109.5 m (Christoph Bieler , 2013-02-21, NC-WSC)|
|Official hill record:||107.5 m (Adam Małysz , 2003-02-28, WSC)|
|Summer hill record:||109.5 m (Mario Innauer , 2005-09-18, FIS)|
|Ladies' hill record:||108.0 m (Sarah Hendrickson , 2012-01-15, L-WC)|
|Inrun length:||92.58 m|
|Take-off length:||6.5 m|
|Take-off height:||2.38 m|
|Year of construction:||1989|
|Further jumps:||K35, K20, K10|
|Ski club:||US Dolomitica, Fiamme Gialle, Fiamme Oro Moena|
In the year 2013, as before already in 2003 and 1991 (for this occasion the ski jumps were constructed) the Nordic Ski World Championshipsare going to take place in the Val di Fiemme and Predazzo with its WSC hills is going to host the ski jumping events. The larger jumps of the facility “Trampolino dal Ben” are mainly used for practising and international competitions in summer and winter time, while the smaller plastic covered hill serve the local ski clubs for youth work.
The first ski jumping hills at Val die Fiemme were constructed in 1960’s, a plastic covered 20 meter hill and a K35. Additionally there was a K65 at Passo Rolle. In 1984 the K62 and K35 at Predazzo were set up and the in 1988 the corner stone for the WSC ski jumping hills K90 and K120 was placed. For the WSC in 2003 the ski jumps and their infrastructure were modernized.
For the Ski WSC in 2013 the facility was once again brought to the latest standards. Basically the service building and spectator stands got over-worked, as well as judges tower and the inrun track cooling system. Additionally the a dozen years ago abandonned 60 meter hill should be revitalized. Predazzo shall be a country-wide and international center for summer training in the future.