Competition schedule for the 2015 Harris Hill Ski Jumping Competition. Concessions, a beer tent and event souvenirs will all be on-site.

Competition Schedule 

Sat_Brian_Wallace_2013_webSaturday, February 14, 2015

Gates open at 10 am

11 am:   Trial & 1st Jump – Open & Women’s Class

12 pm: Opening Ceremonies

12:30 pm: 2nd Jump – Open & Women’s Class

Trial Jump – FIS Cup Class Following Conclusion of Open & Women’s

1st & 2nd Jump – FIS Cup Class Following Trial Jump

Awards following event at the base of Harris Hill

 

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Gates open at 10 am

11 am:   Trial & 1st Jump – Open & Women’s Class

12 pm: Opening Ceremonies

12:30 pm: 2nd Jump – Open & Women’s Class

Trial Jump – FIS Cup Class Following Conclusion of Open & Women’s

1st & 2nd Jump – FIS Cup Class Following Trial Jump

Awards following event at the base of Harris Hill

 

For general information, call: 877-VT-SOUTH or email us.

 

Location
Harris Hill Ski Jump is located on Cedar Street in Brattleboro. Take Exit 2 off I-91 and take a left. About 1 mile down, take the left to Cedar Street.

If you are coming from Route 30 to Cedar Street, please note the street will change to a ONE-WAY during the event. For entry, it will be necessary for you to follow signs around (Main Street to High Street to Western Ave) to enter the other way.

Parking
Parking is on-site in the field (NOTE: the field may be muddy and/or very bumpy – if you have a small or a “low to the ground” vehicle, please keep this in mind). Additional parking is one one side of Cedar Street. However, during the event, Cedar Street will be a ONE-WAY (and not accessible for entry off of Route 30).

You can also park at the Brattleboro Retreat (Linden Street/Route 30) – we offer a shuttle bus to the venue from this area.

Weather
It’s Vermont in February…. for those who aren’t used New England winters, it’s always best to dress in layers. Dressing in snow gear, boots, hat, gloves, long johns, etc. is highly recommended. If it’s warmer, you can always peel off layers! Our beer tent is heated so you can warm up, but please prepare for the elements.

We highly recommend your wearing waterproof boots, as the parking area may be muddy.

More info
See our FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS page for more info.