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Eigerschanze an der Trychelegg:

K-Point: 30 m
Year of construction: 1907

Mettenbergschanze:

K-Point: 57 m
Men Winter Hill record: 64.0 m (Adam Krzysztofiak POL, 1974)
Year of construction: 1923

Wetterhornschanze:

K-Point: 50 m

Stotzhalten:

K-Point: 38 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Status: destroyed
Ski club: SC Grindelwald

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History:

The Eigerschanze at Trychelegg in Grindelwald in Bernese Oberland was built up in 1907-1908 for the Swiss Ski Race in 1910.
Mettenbergschanze, which had an extremely long and flat inrun, was then constructed in 1923 and allowed jumps up to 60 meters. The Swiss Ski Race of 1935 was held there and the jump was used once again for the European Championships of railwaymen in 1974.
Furthermore there was also a ski jumping hill at Stotzhalten (38 meter) and Wetterhornschanze (50 meter).

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