|Tower height:||56.7 m|
|Year of construction:||1939|
|Coordinates:||37.826746, -122.366511 ✔|
For the San Francisco World Fair in 1939, also called Golden Gate International Exposition, a temporary ski jumping hill was constructed on the fairgrounds on Treasure Island. The steel structure had a height of more than 56 meters. On February 18, 1939, the Auburn Ski Club hosted an international competition there. For the snow covering, 500 tons of ice were grounded. Furthermore, a college tournament was held on the ski jump, which was organized by the ski team of the University of Nevada in Reno.