Harris Hill Ski Jump

Saturday February 18 - Sunday February 19

Harris Hill Ski Jump

Location:

Harris Hill in Brattleboro, VT

Website:

http://www.harrishillskijump.com/

Description:

Celebrating 95 years, Harris Hill welcomes an international field of competitors for two days of competition on New England’s only Olympic-size 90-meter hill.

Discover the original extreme sport. Watch jumpers up close as they soar over 300 feet at speeds up to 60 miles per hour. Join us a festive atmosphere and fun for the whole family. Music, food court, souvenirs, bonfire, beer tent. Join in with the ringing of cow bells and thrill to the up-close, daring flight of the jumpers. Tickets online (www.brownpaperticket.com) or at the gate. Check the website for up-to-date news and event information: www.harrishillskijump.com.

Harris Hill is located in Brattleboro, off of I-91 exit 2. Follow the signs to Cedar Street.

Competition Schedule 

Saturday, February 18, 2017
Pepsi Challenge                                                                        
US Cup

10 am: Gate Opens
11 am: Trial Jumping
Noon: Competition Begins
Awards following event at the base of Harris Hill

Sunday, February 19, 2017
Fred Harris Memorial Tournament
10 am: Gate Opens
11 am: Trial Jumping
Noon: Competition Begins
Awards following event at the base of Harris Hill

For general information, call: 802-254-4565 or  email us.

Location

Harris Hill Ski Jump is located on Cedar Street in Brattleboro, VT. Take VT Exit 2 off I-91 and turn left (east) at the end of the ramp. Drive 1 mile and turn left onto Cedar Street.

If you are coming from the north on Route 30 Cedar Street will be ONE-WAY during the event and not accessible for entry off of Route 30. Follow signs into town (Main Street to High Street to Western Ave) to enter from the south.

Parking

Free parking is on-site at the hill 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. There is additional parking at the Brattleboro Retreat on Linden Street (Route 30) with a free shuttle bus to the venue.

Weather

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