|Hill Size:||HS 20|
|Hill record:||16.5 m (Dawid Jurga , 2013-01-27)|
|Inrun length:||25 m|
|Take-off height:||0.75 m|
|Year of construction:||1969|
|Hill Size:||HS 8|
|Hill record:||7.5 m (Bartosz Post , 2013-01-27)|
|Hill record:||3.0 m (Małgorzata Golubiewska , 2013-01-27)|
|3.0 m (Małgorzata Golubiewska , 2013-01-27)|
|Year of construction:||2009|
|Year of destruction:||2013|
|Coordinates:||51.709557, 19.441206 ✔|
|Hill Size:||HS 7|
|Hill record:||8.5 m (Tadeusz Świątkowski , 2021-01-30)|
|Year of construction:||2015|
|Coordinates:||51.709596, 19.441067 ✔|
|Ski club:||Łódź Ski Team|
|Coordinates:||51.709393, 19.441471 ✔|
The first ski jumping hill at Rudzka Góra (230 m above sea level) was set up before World War II - then within the limits of Ruda Pabianicka (the town was included in the borders of Łódź in 1946), and a press release about it appeared already in 1927.
The first suggestions regarding the construction of a new ski jump came up at the turn of the 1950s and 1960s. A great supporter of the construction of such a facility was a journalist from "Dziennik Łódzki", Jarosław Nieciecki. In 1969, the construction of the hill with a K-point of 15 meters was started based on the design of engineer Edmund Boroński. 18 meters were considered the maximum safe distance. The ski jump was to be part of a larger recreational center for the inhabitants of Łódź, then about 750,000.
The facility was homologated by the Polish Ski Association PZN on December 15, 1969. Further works were also planned: by 1975, a lift and plastic covering should be built. These investments, however, were never realized. The hill, although used for a few years, had structural defects, and its biggest shortcoming was its too short outrun, which was limited by a fence.
For over 30 years, the hill had fallen into disrepair until 2009, when young people from the vicinity of Łódź brought the facility back to a usable state. The group, which adopted the name Łódź Ski Team, also prepared a smaller ski jump, a K5 named "Jabłonka" ("Little Appletree"). They organized the Central Poland amateur championship on Rudzka Góra in 2010. It was probably the first ski jumping competition in the post-war history of the city. The event was repeated in 2013, and in 2016 the Łódź championship was organized there.
Several jumpers of Łódź Ski Team, who started their adventure with ski jumping on Rudzka Góra, received a license from the Polish Ski Association. In April 2016 they even competed for the Łódź summer championship at the facility in Wisła-Centrum, and the prizes were given to them by the president of PZN, Apoloniusz Tajner.