Oslo sets standards with mammoth Skihalle

Autor: Sam Brown

veröffentlicht am: 15.10.2015

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Glacier or ski hall…The athletes train on many exercise machines during the preparing for the next season. Whether on the bike or with the ski scooters, athletes try to prepare perfectly for the upcoming competitions. But in order not to lose the feeling on the skis, you can meet a lot of biathletes also on the glacier or in ski…

Glacier or ski hall...

The athletes train on many exercise machines during the preparing for the next season. Whether on the bike or with the ski scooters, athletes try to prepare perfectly for the upcoming competitions. But in order not to lose the feeling on the skis, you can meet a lot of biathletes also on the glacier or in ski halls.

Glacier Training - For every amateur athletes an amazing challenge and for the professional a small incision. Because of the changeover to the high altitude and the different surrounding many national teams use ski halls for training. Even so the summer becomes to a winter wonderland.

Those halls are scattered worldwide, where you find the whole year top snow conditions. They are usually built in tunnels and combine Alpine skiing and cross-country skiing. Now the Norwegians will start a megaproject. The home for the billion project will be Oslo.
Hard facts:

Completion of the mammoth project 2018- 50000qm large
2.5 kilometers of cross-country skiing trails – 50 altitude - 6m wide -15000qm country skiing paradise
Alpine sport on 36000qm
special section for freeskiers

For comparison - The DKB-Skisporthalle in Oberhof covers an area of ​​460000qm, but it has only a height difference of approximately 14m, however the advantage of the german building is the shooting range.