|Hill record:||92.0 m|
|Hill record:||54.0 m (Vitaliy Dodyuk , 2014-02-09)|
|Hill record:||45.5 m (Vladimir Dudyshyn , 2012-06-14)|
|Status:||out of order|
|Further jumps:||K30, K25, K20, K10|
|Year of construction:||1973|
|Ski club:||Verkhovyna Ski School|
|Coordinates:||48.152996, 24.858037 ✔|
Verkhovyna is one of only few places in Ukraine, where ski jumping is still alive. Ski jumps were built during Soviet Union period.
In 2003 sports facilities complex 'Cheremosh' in Verkhovyna, which include these ski jumps, was named as a one of olympic preparation centers for ukrainian winter athletes. Unfortunately in next years nothing was done with ski jumps.
In 2010 the project of completely rebuilding of 'Cheremosh' complex was published. It contains rebuilding of K10, K20 and K50 hills and enlarging K70 to K90. Estimated costs was about 4 milions euro. Works at the two smallest hills started in the same year and was finished in October, when traditional 'Hutsul Cup' for young athletes was organized there. Moreover the judges tower was renovated and completely new small hostel with residential rooms and classrooms for athletes was built. Both hills were officialy opened in January 2011.
In recent years an annual 'three hills' competition similar to Four Hills Tournament was organized in Verkhovyna, Nadvirna and Vorokhta.
The most successful athlete from Verkhovyna is Volodymyr Boshchuk, who is a one of only four Ukrainian ski jumpers who ever scored points in Ski Jumping World Cup.