|Hill Size:||HS 98|
|Hill record:||103.5 m (David Unterberger , 2008-02-01, NJ-AUT)|
|Official hill record:||99.5 m (Adam Małysz , 2001-12-08, WC)|
|Summer hill record:||104.0 m (Michael Hayböck , 2015-10-25, N-AUT)|
|Ladies' hill record:||99.0 m (Daniela Iraschko-Stolz , 2010-02-01, L-COC)|
|Ladies' summer record:||98.0 m (Ema Klinec , 2013-07-14, L-COC)|
|98.0 m (Eva Logar , 2013-07-14, L-COC)|
|Inrun length:||80 m|
|Take-off length:||5.9 m|
|Take-off height:||2.87 m|
|Hill Size:||HS 65|
|Hill record:||68.0 m (Lukas Tschuschnig )|
|Hill Size:||HS 32|
|Hill record:||32.0 m (Siegfried Mörtl )|
|Year of construction:||1937|
|Ski club:||SV Villach|
In 1909 the first documented ski jumping competition took place at Villach-Möltschach. At that time winner was someone named Lutter from Graz with a respectable distance of 12 meters on a primitive ski hill on the Genottehöhe at guesthouse Tscheltschnig.
In 1838/39 the ski jumping facilities of Villach were completely converted. Due to the skiers association (SV) of Villach and their chairman Josef Hardwiger, after World War II the hills were again made ready for jumping very quickly. In 1968 the ski jumping tournament of Carinthia and Slovenia was founded with competitions at Villach, Feldkirchen and Maribor. In 1971 the hosts of the tournament changed and competitions at Villach, Tarvisio and Maribor (from 1983 on Planica) were announced the three countries tournament, which took place until 1988.
From 1933 to 1995 the ski jumps of Alpenarena at Möltschach were completely converted and all together covered with plastic mattings.
Beside K90, K60, K30 and K15 with snowing and jump imitation facilities additionally a multi-propose court and a cross-country trail were installed. On 1995-12-08 the inauguration of the jump was celebrated with a World Cup competition on K90 which was won by Masahiko Harada. Further World Cup events were held in 1997, 1999 and 2001. In the past years the jumping facility was internationally used only with COC competitions.