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NORNOR-01Tomter

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Granskollen:

K-Point: 40 m
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1974
Conversions: 1990, 1997
Further jumps: K28, K22, K10, K8
Status: operating
Plastic matting: yes
Ski club: Tomter IL

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History:

At Tomter there are four hills existing for young jumpers, but the three larger ones have very old-fashioned profiles. Characteristic is the long and very flat take-off, as well as the very steep landing hill. The jumps, which appear impressively big, are except K40 all equipped with plastic mattings and a plastic inrun trails for summer jumping activities. In 2006 not far of the older facility a plastic covered K8 mini ski jump was built in order to support the youngest jumpers.

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