|Year of construction:||1980|
Duszniki Zdrój in south-western Poland, near the Czech border, for a long time belonged to Germany as Bad Reinerz. At the end of the 1930s, the Hainwiesenschanze ski-jump (K-point about 30 m) was built at Jamrozowa Polana. It was also used after the Second World War, but meanwhile the remains are hardly recongnizable anymore.
In the 80's a new 50-meter ski jump was built, but with a construction fault. Therefore, in the first jumps, the jumpers had a problem with jumping over the knoll - it was necessary to make a temporary extension of the inrun. In the 90's, the ski-jump was closed. At the beginning of the 21st century, repair works on the object were carried out, but eventually the jumps at Jamrozowa Polana were not resurrected.