The Holmenkollen in Oslo, Norway first got on the map as the site of a 1892 ski festival to celebrate the art of the ski jump. During the 1952 Winter Olympics, the superstructure invited some of the most daring ski jumpers in the world - to this day, it's a very popular jump site. But you might be surprised at what you'll find at the top.
200 feet in the air, you'll find a cozy penthouse get-away.
Airbnb transformed the space as part of a contest to win a free stay.
They specify that those with a fear of heights need not apply... but just look at that view.
You can take the lift to checkout or, if you're feeling brave, just zip line down.
This isn't just for Norwegians either; if you're chosen and available to head to the Holmenkollen on March 26, Airbnb will actually fly you out from anywhere in the world.
All you need is a brief essay on why you are the perfect snow buddy for this penthouse's maiden voyage.
Although the jump is for professionals only, the penthouse is right in the middle of the Oslo Winter Park ski resort, home to 932 miles of snowy wonderland.
"The Corkscrew," Norway's most powerful toboggan run, is right there for thrill seekers.
The Holmenkollen has been the site of the world's first ski museum - even when it was being used for military purposes during WWII.
After learning all about the 4,000 years of ski history in the museum, you'll have plenty to talk about on your private roof terrace.
It's the highest roof terrace in town and at night you'll have absolutely no neighbors.
Dinner and refreshments are included so you're free to stay warm and cozy in the penthouse.
With the best view in town.
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