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Vermont Academy Hill:

K-Point: 35 m
Further jumps: K20, K10
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1925
Conversions: 2003
Status: operating
Ski club: Vermont Academy

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History:

The great traditional times at Vermont Academy have been passed some generations ago, but at that time it was one of the leading ski clubs in eastern United States. In the past there was a 40 meter hill, famous for its very long takeoff, and also two smaller hills about 100 m apart.
The renovation of the inrun tower of the new facility was made with the material of the old one, the takeoff was shortened, close to it two smaller hills were set up. For the landing hill profiles a lot of soil had to be moved in the outrun area. Furthermore a snowing machine, a small lift and also floodlights were installed. With the opening in 2003 people expected a successful reinforcement of ski jumping, but the development only goes very slowly.

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