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Hochwachtschanze:

K-Point: 46 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1934
Status: destroyed
Ski club: Skiclub Langnau-Albis

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History:

For the touristic development of the Albis pass, there were plans to build a train up from Langnau to Albis during 1930s - which were however never realized. During that time, Skiclub Langnau-Albis was already running winter sports activities on Albis. In mid-1930s there was already a ski jumping hill - presumably called Hochwacht-Schanze. After World War II, an alpine tow was installed on the pass in 1955, which was closed and removed in 1989. The further whereabouts of the ski jump are unknown.

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