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NORNOR-18Beisfjord

Gropa

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Gropa:

K-Point: 32 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1987
Status: destroyed
Ski club: Beisfjord IL

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History:

Originally, it was planned to build a whole complex, which biggest hill was supposed to allow jumps up to 37 meters. But that never happened and so in 1987, there was the decision to build a 32-meter-hill. Not even one and a half years later, the outrun and the lower part of the landing slope was flooded. Still, the local activists did not give up and cleared the ski jump, so it was ready to use again after a little more than two weeks later. In 1993, there were rumors around a construction of a 53-meter-hill, but that never came.

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