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LIESteg

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Schanze am Steg:

K-Point: 40 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1934
Conversions: 1979
Status: destroyed
Ski club: Liechtensteiner SV

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History:

In the small Principality of Liechtenstein the first ski jumping attempts with distances up to 40 meters were made by Eugen Frommelt on a self-made ski jumping hill at Gaflei in end of 1920's.
Swiss border guards started cross-country skiing activities and also ski jumping in 1930's, with border guard leader Wilhelm Alabor setting up a snow hill at Steg in 1934, situated above today's Valüna catchment lake on 1300 meters altitude.
Then it took until 1978 for a new snow hill to be set up in the nordic center of Steg, with first official junior competitions of Liechtenstein to be held there on 1979-02-11 and 1980-11-27. Thereby maximum distances up to 40 meters were reached. But already in 1982 the ski jumping program of Liechtenstein Ski Association was terminated.

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