Heini Klopfer ski jump (on middle platform).

I recently visited the Heini Klopfer ski jump near Oberstdorf. The Heini Klopfer ski jump is currently the third largest ski jump in the world. It’s hillsize is 213 m and the jump record is at 225,5 m.

The panorama was taken with a pole which I held horizontally over the railing of the middle platform.

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