|Hill Size:||HS 140|
|Year of construction:||2018|
|Status:||project not realized|
|Ski club:||Friends of American Ski Jumping|
|Coordinates:||44.510947, -92.383161 ✔|
The history of American ski jumping began in the 80’s of 19th century in Red Wing, Minnesota. Here, mainly Norwegian immigrants founded Aurora Ski Club and started ski jumping.
This history shall now be revived and a World Cup-ready K125 large ski jumping hill be constructed. According to plans established by the "Friends of American Ski Jumping", the plastic covered "Baldy125" ski hill will be build at a Golf resort at Mount Frontenac, about 10 miles south-east of Red Wing. The construction planning for the K125 hill with its 50 meter high inrun tower, decorated with impressive wings, was already started and around 1 million of the required amount of 3 million Dollars of donations were already collected. The total cost for the whole facility shall be around 15m US-Dollars. If everything works out according to schedule, the first Grand Prix and Continental Cup events could be staged there in 2019.