Have you ever wondered what it’s like to sit on the starting bar on Holmenkollbakken and what it feels like to ski down the inrun at nearly 100 km/h? Then you can try the ski simulator in Holmenkollen. Using video from cameras attached to the helmet and skis of Tom Hilde at the trial round of the 2010 World Championships in Holmenkollen, the simulator gives you a glimpse of what it’s like to shoot downhill on the new Holmenkollbakken ski jump. Sit on the starting bar and careen over Holmenkollbakken on Kollensvevet, a 361 metre-long zipline that swoops all the way from the top of the ski jumping tower down to the plain below. The height difference between the top and bottom of the zipline is 107.5 metres, and the view of downtown Oslo is unbeatable! Kollensvevet is open to the public in the spring, summer and autumn.