|Hill record:||78.0 m (Petter B. Wettre , 2005-01-09)|
|Ladie's hill record:||71.5 m (Anette Sagen , 2001-01-21)|
|Hill record:||49.0 m (Simen Grimsrud , 2006-02-19)|
|Ladie's hill record:||45.5 m (Gyda Enger , 2005-02-20)|
|Hill record:||27.5 m (Terje Hilde , 1998-01-03)|
|Ladie's hill record:||25.5 m (Mari Backe , 2003-09-28)|
|Hill record:||16.0 m (Mats Sohagen Berggård , 2005-01-29)|
|Ladie's hill record:||14.5 m (Maren Lundby , 2003-03-15)|
|Hill record:||9.5 m (Markus M. Gulbrandsen , 2000-03-11)|
|Ladie's hill record:||8.5 m (Marthe Jørstad , 2000-03-06)|
|Year of construction:||1936|
|Ski club:||Vikersund IF, Vikersund Skiklubb|
Vikersund is a small village at Tyrifjorden 80 km north of Norway’s capitol Oslo. Since the foundation of Vikersund IF in 1894 until 1935 the ski club had been hosting its ski jumping competitions on six different ski jumping hills. In 1984 a committee was announced, whose target was to find a well located hill for a new ski jump near Vikersund. This new ski jumping hill, which was opened with a 86 meter jump of Reidar Andersen, was inaugurated in February 1936.
Beisde today’s ski flying hill HS 225 and the large hill HS 117 there are the pupils and practising ski jumps K45, K25, K15, K10. The K65 was torn down in 2010 for the enlargement of the flying hill.