|FIS Ski Jumping World Cup (January-February 2013)|
|FIS Nordic Combined World Cup (January-February, 2013)|
The "RusSki Gorki" Jumping Center is located in Esto-Sadok village on the northern slope of the Aibga Ridge. The facility’s location at the junction of two ridges was selected by international experts in order to make ski-jumping facilities harmonious with the surrounding landscape and to protect athletes from side winds.
The complex is comprised of the latest Olympic K-95 and K-125 ski jumps.
The name "RusSki Gorki" evokes associations with the shape of the venue (the ski jumps) as well as Roller coasters that are sometimes referred to as "Russian mountains" in English. It is also plays on the abbreviation "Rus" and the word "Ski", together denoting the English slang word for a Russian person. Nearby is the "Gorki Gorod" venue, where the Mountain Media Village will be located.