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AUTAUT-TEhrwald

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Altmühlschanze:

K-Point: 50 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1924
Status: destroyed
Ski club: Skiclub Ehrwald 1907

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History:

After World War I at Ehrwald on the foot of Zugspitz mountains a ski jumping hill was was built near the old mill at Gaisbach trench in 1923-1924. Competitions with ski jumpers from all over Austria were organized there and jumps reached up to 40 meters.
Altmühlschanze was reconstructed in 1950's and then allowed jumps up to 50 meters. During this era Ehrwald became a stronghold of ski jumping and was known as "ski jumping village of Tyrol". Most successful jumper was Ferdinand "Ferdl" Kerber, who was member of the Austrian national team.
The ski jumping hill had been in use until 1970's. The landing hill is completly over-grown now and not remarkable anymore. Still parts of the fundamentals of the inrun tower are visible.

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