|Hill record:||33.0 m (Łukasz Kuczała , 2005)|
|Year of construction:||1965|
|Status:||out of order|
|Coordinates:||49.571452, 21.684313 ✔|
The ski jump at Franków, with an altitude of 534 m the highest hill near the town of Dukla in Subcarpathia region, was built in mid 1960's by the local company „Labor”, which was producting mining equipment. During 1960's and 1970's the K30 ski jump was used frequently and local ski jumping competitions were organized there. There existed even a local four hills tournament together with Sanok, Iwonicz-Zdrój and Zagórz. The record at that time was around 35 m, but then the hill was demolished by vandals who destroyed the judges' tower and wooden inrun. Only the wooden take-off survived.
In 2001 young amateur ski jumpers reactivated this ski jumping hill and they are still using the old take-off. This young people jump quite far – their amateur hill record is only 2 metres worse than „professional” record (33 m).