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Zellerschanze:

K-Point: 40 m
Year of construction: 1965

Schlossbergschanze:

K-Point: 12 m
Year of construction: 1946
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Status: destroyed
Ski club: WSV Zellerreit

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History:

In 1946 the members of SV Edling were in charge of the construction a ski jumping hill at "Schlossberg" in Zellerreit and supported by local skiing enthusiasts. SC Haag, which did not have an own ski jumping hill at that time, also used the hill to organize two ski jumping competitions in 1950's, which were combined with a cross-country run.
Soon local ski jumpers formed at Ramerberg municipality, and as a consequence in 1962 WSV Zellerreit was founded. Already three years later the plan to build a new and larger ski jumping hill was made. Lead by chairman Rudl Gerer, who was a nordic skiing enthusiast himself, and with the support of many club members, Zellerschanze was constructed in 1965-66.
WSV organized many nordic skiing events, among them numerous district championships. Due to winters with lack of snow, frist drawbacks came up in the Nordic department in 1970's. Zellerschanze had to be dismantled as it had become ramshackle. Finally activities in ski jumping end in mid 1990's as there were not enough young people involved anymore.

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