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FINFIN-LLKemijärvi

Suomu

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Suomun Lentomäki:

K-Point: 185 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Status: project not realized
Ski club: Suomutunturi

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History:

Already in the beginning of the 21st century first plans for the construction of a ski flying hill in Finland came up. One of the possible candidates is the winter sports area around Suomuntuturi hill near Kemijärvi in Lapland. Detailed planning started in December 2007, but the realization was still not been decided yet.
The other possible locations for a ski flying hill are Aavasaksa near Ylitornio, Tahkovuori near Nilsiä, as well as Sotkamo near Vuokatti. With a construction cost of around 13m Euro Suomu seems to be the most likely alternative, together with much more expensive, canopied Aavasaksa ski jumping complex (30-40m Euro).

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2)   Lorenzo Fadini   wrote on 2011-05-01 at 21:46:

Il grande tramolino finlandese

Questo trampolino è incredibile,il progetto è stupendo e voglio soprattutto sottolineare che la Finlandia non avevo un trampolino superiore ad uno di quelli 130-140 hs ed è uno dei trampolini quindi maggiori al mondo,dopo bad mittensdorf,vikersund,planica,oberstdorf e harrachov.
E anche se non supera i 200 hs è comunque li vicino e non ci ho mai creduto che la Finlandia,uno degli stati più importanti al mondo per il salto con gli sci,non avesse un trampolino di questa grandezza in confronto agli altri che c'e l'hanno a parte il giappone e la polonia.
Sono solo felice e contento per questo trampolino.

1)   Luka Grm   wrote on 2011-04-28 at 08:45:

COOL HILL :)

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