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FRAFRA-VLa Jasserie du Pilat

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Tremplin de la Jasserie:

K-Point: 20 m
Year of construction: 1933

Tremplin de la Cuvette:

K-Point: 10 m
Year of construction: 1928
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Status: destroyed

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History:

Winter sports activities in La Jasserie du Pilat, a small settlement next to Crêt de la Perdrix, with 1432 m highest peak of Pilat mountains (Mont Pilat), already started in 1911. In end 1920's Eugène and Jean Masson initiated the construction of a small ski lift and the first wooden ski jump on the meadow "La Cuvette". A new ski jumping hill with wooden inrun structure was set up in 1933. The metal structure even still stands today.

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1)   ldmpub   wrote on 2014-02-08 at 11:09:

Thanks for these info !

Nice to learn the history of these rusted metal vestiges.

Very nice pictures. Thanks a lot.

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