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|Letalnica is a ski flying hill located in Planica, Slovenia. It's the biggest jumping hill in the world, sometimes called "the mother of all jumping hills".|
If you notice it has a map quirk. The hills arend alligned with eachother.
The first ski jumping hill was constructed before 1930 at the slope of the Ponca mountain. In 1934 Stanko Bloudek constructed...
|Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze (en: Paul Ausserleitner hill) is a ski jumping venue in Bischofshofen, Austria. It is one of the more important venues in the FIS Ski jumping World Cup, annually hosting the fourth and final competition of the prestigious Four Hills Tournament. It is named after Paul Ausserleitner, an Austrian ski jumper who died of the consequences of a fall on this hill in 1952.||05/28/2008||604|
|Gross-Titlis-Schanze (en: Large Titlis hill) is a ski jumping venue in Engelberg, Switzerland. It is named after the local mountain of Titlis. It is a regular venue in the FIS Ski jumping World Cup.|
|Wave jumping jet ski off the Maroochy river mouth.||10/21/2009||1,419|
|Schattenbergschanze is a ski jumping hill located in Oberstdorf, Germany. The hill has held two FIS Nordic World Ski Championships and has kicked-off the Four Hills Tournament on December 30 every year since 1952.|
2003 it was rebuild into the today look for the 2005 World Championships in Nordic Skiing. Since december 26th. 2004 it's called Erdinger Arena after a bavarian brewer...
|The Große Olympiaschanze (German for big olympic hill) is a ski jumping hill located in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. It is named for the 1936 Winter Olympics which were held there. A world cup competition is held there every year on January 1, as a part of the Four Hills Tournament.|
April 14th. 200 it was demolished and a new one is being build and should be compleeted for the new yea...
|The gray land here looks like a seal jumping out of water. (Picture the green parts as the sky, and the blue water is, well, the ocean.)||02/18/2009||538|
|Andreas Goldberger (born 29 November 1972 in Ried im Innkreis, Austria) is a former ski jumper.|
He was one of the best in his sport during the 1990s. His favorite type of hill to jump from is known as the 'ski-flying' hill, where jumpers have travelled distances in the range of 240 metres.
In 1994 Planica Ski-Flying World Championships training series, he jumped ...
|In Harrachov is the 4th of 5 ski flying arena in the World. You see it to the right side. |
The other ones are in Kulm (Bad Mitterndorf, Austria), Vikersund (Norway, Oberstdorf (Germany)and Planica (Slovenia).
The complex also have 4 normal arenas.
|Kelsborrow Castle is an Iron Age hill fort. Hill forts were fortified hill-top settlements constructed across Britain during the Iron Age. It is one of only seven hill forts in the county of Cheshire in northern England and was probably in use for only a short time. In the 19th century, a bronze palstave was recovered from the site. It is protected as a Scheduled Ancient Monument.|
|Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze is a ski flying arena and the second largest ski jumping hill in the world located near Oberstdorf. It was opened 1950 and rebuild 1973.|
The arena is named after the architect of the 1950 arena, Heini Klopfer. It was made of wood. He was also the architect of the Olympic Arena, Dauphine, of the 1968 Winter Olympics in Grenoble.
|Strawberry Hill, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.|
On top of the hill, you've got a beautiful view over San Francisco and you'll find Stowe lake, the Huntington Falls and a lot of squirrels, which aren't shy anymore.
In the lake around the hill you'll find many turtles, fishes, birds, ducks and lots of other animals.