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Howelsen Hill Ski Jumps - Steamboat Springs, CO
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member IJAdventures
N 40° 29.014 W 106° 50.287
13T E 344207 N 4483052
Quick Description: Dating back to 1914, the Howelsen Hill Ski Area is one of the oldest in North America.
Location: Colorado, United States
Date Posted: 5/7/2013 2:49:02 PM
Waymark Code: WMH1PM
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member UMainah
Views: 5

Long Description:
The Howelsen Hill Ski Area is a winter sports park that includes seven ski jumps (HS 127, 100, 75, 42, 28, 20 & 10), the largest of which is a 90 meter jump. The park was established in 1914 as Elk Park. In 1917 it was renamed for Carl Howelson, a European ski jumper who helped popularize the sport in Colorado. Due to a fire in 1972 the jumps were rebuilt and wooden structures replaced with steel.

Howelsen Hill is the oldest continuously operated ski area in Colorado. It has been the training location of over 79 Olympians including several on the Colorado and National Ski Hall of Fame. The winter season begins in November and extends to March.

Source: City of Steamboat Springs,

Active: yes

Height of the ski jump (feet): 300

K-point (critical point): 114

Hillsize-point: 127

Public access: no

Website: [Web Link]

Date constructed: Not listed

Visit Instructions:
Please take a picture of you at the site and/or a nice picture of the ski jump. Maybe at the foot or at the top of the ski jumping hill.
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