First ski jumping facilities were erased on the slopes of Mustamäe already in the 1930s. In 1961 new and higher ski jump tower was built instead of the old wooden one, because it was about to fall down. Before starting to build the new ski jump tower, the old tower was blown up and its material was used for heating in Nõmme district. The initiative to establish the new ski jump tower came from Aleksi Ilves, Raimond Mürk and Uno Kajak. Later K25, K18 and K10 ramps – that enabled training ski jumpers and biathlonists of different ages – were added to the complex of ski jump facilities.
Nõmme Snow Park operates at the foot of Vana-Mustamäe ski ramp since 2008.
Guided tours on Saturday and Sunday at 12:00, 1:00, 2:00, 3 and 4:00 pm. Meeting by the gate.