The tour from Oslo to Vikersund
by train takes about 1h15 and costs about 267 NOK (Price 2023).
Since you have to take the Oslo-Bergen long-distance train, there is only one convenient departure time:
12:03 p.m. from Oslo Central Station, platform 4.
is a ski flying hill in Vikersund.
The hill is regularly used for World Cup Jumping and Ski Flying World Championships.
Several years was the Vikersundbakken after Letalnica in Planica and the Heini Klopfer ski jump in Oberstdorf the third largest jump in the world.
That changed in 2010, as a conversion of HS 207 to HS 225 took place and the Vikersundbakken thus made the largest ski jump worldwide.
On 11 February 2011, the Norwegian Johan Remen Evensen jumped in training with 243 meters first unofficial world record, he could outdo himself with a jump of 246.5 meters in the qualifying round. In 2015 the world record was improved by Anders Fannemel (NOR) to 251.5 meters.
March 18, 2017 was the day of world records. First, Robert Johansson (NOR) improved the existing record to 252 meters, then increased Stefan Kraft (AUT) to 253.5 meters!