|Hill Size:||HS 94|
|Hill record:||100.0 m (Markus Eggenhofer , 2011-02-06)|
|Summer hill record:||97.0 m (Michael Hayböck , 2010-09-03)|
|97.0 m (Gregor Schlierenzauer , 2013-09-28, SGP)|
|Official summer record:||96.0 m (Gregor Schlierenzauer , 2015-09-27, SGP)|
|Ladies' hill record:||98.0 m (Sara Takanashi , 2016-02-07, L-WC)|
|Ladies' summer record:||92.0 m (Daniela Iraschko-Stolz , 2010-10-10, N-AUT)|
|Inrun length:||94.9 m|
|Take-off length:||6.4 m|
|Take-off height:||2.13 m|
|Year of construction:||2010|
|Hill record:||46.0 m (Stefan Hayböck , 2006)|
|Year of construction:||1930|
|Hill record:||20.5 m|
|Year of construction:||1996|
|Ski club:||Union Volksbank Hinzenbach|
At the beginning of the 30’s the first ski jump in Hinzenbach near Eferding was built, but it had to be reconstructed and replaced a few times. At the end of the 30’s the jump was taken to the slope at Aigner Sägewerk. In a summer at the end of the 40’s one of the first tournaments on straw took place there. In 1953 the jump had to be taken down and replaced by a smaller practicing ski jumping hill.
But in 1958 at the same place a K40 was set up. Today’s plastic covered jump then was built in 1980. In 1996 another conversion took place and additionally a K20 jump was built for the young jumpers.
In spring 2006 in Upper Austria the construction of a new K90 ski jumping hill for larger competitions has started. In autumn 2009 the first jumps on plastic mattings should be possible and then the inauguration would take place in 2010. However in September 2009 heavy rainfalls lead to a strong delay in the construction works of the new ski jumping hill and even strong damage of the smaller plastic covered hills. Thereby the construction cost was tripled from orignally planned 1.6m Euro on 5.2m Euro. But finally the opening the plastic covered 100 meter hill could be celebrated in October 2010.