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NORNOR-03Oslo

Lillomarka

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Revlia:

K-Point: 120 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1927
Status: project not realized
Ski club: SF Greis
Coordinates: 59.987209, 10.839107 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

In 1927, the SF Greis club made plans for the construction of a giant ski jump which was to be situated at Lake Revlitjern in Lillomarka. At that time, it was a crazy project, as the ski jump was to allow jumps over 120 meters (the world record was then 73 m). The location was so well thought out that in the future it was possible to enlarge the ski jump considerably. Members of the club managed to cut a strip of trees for the construction of the facility for the amount of NOK 300, but the whole project turned out to be too difficult and expensive to implement, so the idea was abandoned. The forest clearing by the lake was still visible in the 1980s.

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