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Moosberg

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Drei-Tannenschanzen am Moosberg:

K-Point: 44 m
Further jumps: K38, K18
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1952
Conversions: 1985
Year of destruction: 2009
Status: destroyed
Ski club: ASVÖ SC Höhnhart

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History:

SC Höhnhart was founded in 1950’s and consequently in 1948 the first ski jump called “Hühnersteige” was built and short time later Goldbergschanze. But soon a larger ski jumping facility was needed and so the construction of the ski jumping hill at Moosberg followed. Since 1990 there are three hills at this jumping facility in the village Außerleithen which are regularly used for training and competitions. At Liedlschwandt there had been since 1961 the Außerleithen-Schülerschanzen.
But now already the Drei-Tannenschanzen have been torn down and replaced by the new ski jumping center in 2009.

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