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Ebersbergschanze:

K-Point: 70 m
Men Winter Hill record: 73.0 m (Friedhelm Klapproth BRD, 1968-02-26)
Further jumps: K50, K30
Year of construction: 1924
Conversions: 1955, 1967
Year of destruction: 1991

Hasenkopfschanze:

K-Point: 15 m
Year of construction: 1950
Conversions: 1986
Year of destruction: 1993

Schülerschanze im Hasental:

K-Point: 15 m
Year of construction: 1968
Year of destruction: 1986
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Status: destroyed
Ski club: Skiclub Hohegeiß

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History:

At Hohegeiß, nowadays a suburbian village south of Braunlage, a first ski jumping hill was constructed a the snow-secure northern slope of Ebersberg (684 m) in 1924. This natural ski jumping hill had been converted and enlarged several times:
Already in mid 1950's the initial 40 meter hill was significantly enlarged and when the Ski-Club Hohegeiß was founded in 1961, it was soon to be converted once again. The last competition on the old wooden hill were the Nordic junior championships of Harz in March 1962. The critical point of the new Ebersberg-Schanze with steel inrun tower, inaugurated on January 7, 1968, had reached 70 meters and two ski jumps K50 and K30 with natural inruns had been integrated into the same slope. The Easter competition in 1969 was a highlight in the club's history, since winner Walter Lampe from Clausthal-Zellerfeld also became German Champion in ski jumping in 1970. Further larger competitions were the Nordic ski championships of Harz (1970) and Lower Saxony (1973, 76, 79, 82).
Unfortunately the ski jumps did no longer match the newly defined profile norms introduced by DSV after 1980 and weren't used anymore. Thus the ski jumping facility at Ebersberg dilapidated and was finally dismantled in 1991.
In the meantime a small ski jump for juniors had been existing at Hasenkopf in Hohegeiß from 1950 onwards. When it was dilapidated by mid 1960's, the ski club constructed a new junior hill at upper Hasental in 1968. However, this ski jump was moved back to the old location at Hasenkopf in 1986, but there only used for a short time. Later the estate owner demanded its deconstruction and it disappeared in 1993.

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1)   Siegmar Huehne   wrote on 2013-04-02 at 14:53:

Bilder

Sehr guter Artikel, wenn man vieles miterlebt hat!
Gerne wuerde ich Bilder (JPG oder aehnlich) gesendet bekommen.
Beste Gruesse

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