|Hill Size:||HS 71|
|Hill record:||72.5 m (Krzysztof Kabot , 2011-02-05)|
|Ladie's hill record:||56.5 m (Vladěna Pustková , 2013-01-25, Lotos)|
|56.5 m (Vladěna Pustková , 2013-01-25, Lotos)|
|Inrun length:||76 m|
|Hill Size:||HS 42|
|Hill record:||46.0 m (Jakub Kot , 2004-03-06)|
|Ladie's hill record:||36.5 m (Joanna Gawron , 2010-01-21, Lotos)|
|Hill Size:||HS 15|
|Hill record:||12.5 m (Mateusz Podgórski , 2013-02-19)|
|12.5 m (Robert Ryś , 2013-02-19)|
|12.5 m (Michał Martynek , 2013-02-19)|
|Ladie's hill record:||12.5 m (Marcelina Herzyk , 2013-02-19)|
|12.5 m (Dominika Zawada , 2013-02-19)|
|Year of construction:||2013|
|Year of construction:||1931|
|Ski club:||KS Wisła-Ustronianka|
The first ski jump in the valley of Łabajów creek near Wisła was built in 1931 and ski jumpers such as Stanislaw Marusarz jumped there before World War II.
Only in 1978 the ski jumping facility was rebuilt and for a long time the hill record was 63 m. The hill was dedicated to Jan Lipowczan, an early skiing activist in Beskids and Tatra. During his early career Adam Małysz was also jumping here.
In 2010 the out-dated ski jumps K65 and K35 were modernized and are still an important training center in winter and host of Lotos-Cup competitions. The K12 children's hill "Witek" was constructed in 2013 and is still covered with plastic mattings.