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Savalbakken:

K-Point: 57 m
Further jumps: K37
Plastic matting: no
Status: destroyed
Ski club: Fåset IL
Coordinates: 62.263289, 10.658455 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

In the small town Fåset near Tynset in Flyke Hedmark there is the Savalbakken ski jumping facility which is no more in use today. Instead the ski jumpers from Tynset municipality now compete at Alvdal. In 2006 Fåset IL wanted to start a moder­ni­zation and plastic covering of the ski jumps, but these attempts have been failing so far.


Havern Hoppbakke: K50, K30
Basbakken: K34
Motroegga Hoppbakke: K30

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