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Built in 1969, Copper Peak is the only ski flying hill in all of Western Hemisphere. It is located in Ironwood, Michigan and has a K-spot of 150 meters.

From its opening in 1969 and until 1994 when it was closed down, the Copper Peak was used for ten competitions on the hill. Its record is 158 meters by Werner Schuster and Mathias Wallner of Austria. Both records were set in 1994.

Copper Peak claims to be the ?highest man-made ski flying hill in the world.? It is currently only available to be viewed, as renovations are still being planned and on the way. They target to reopen in a couple of years after the platform can already meet the International Ski Federation?s standards.
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