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Amundstadbakken:

K-Point: 40 m
Further jumps: K30
Further jumps: no
Year of construction: 1919
Out of operation since: 1940
Ski club: Rena IL

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Amundstadbakken was already built in 1919, but due to a lack of snow, it could only be used from 1921 on. The bigger jump allowed jumps up to 40 meters, the smaller one 33 meters. But, already in the early 1930's, renovation works on the wooden inrun tower and stands were required. So, Rena IL and its leader Agnar Reinolen were looking for other options. These appeared quickly, so Renabakken was inaugurated around Christmas 1934.

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