|Hill Size:||HS 109|
|Hill record:||109.5 m (Philip Beikircher , 2017-02-10, NC-COC)|
|Summer hill record:||110.5 m (Clemens Aigner , 2016-10-14, N-T-AUT)|
|Ladies' summer record:||96.5 m (Jacqueline Seifriedsberger , 2016-10-15, N-AUT)|
|Inrun length:||92.5 m|
|Hill Size:||HS 69|
|Hill record:||67.5 m (Thomas Thurnbichler , 2004)|
|Inrun length:||71.2 m|
|Hill Size:||HS 35|
|Hill record:||24.0 m (Sebastian Knaus , 2004)|
|Year of construction:||1997|
|Further jumps:||HS 15|
|Ski club:||WSV Eisenerz, NAZ Eisenerz|
With Erzbergschanzen and plastic covered Tull jumps, the WSV Eisenerz and the skiing college with the Nordic Education Centre (NAZ) can use two different ski jumping facilities.
The 1997 built up Erzbergschanzen at Eisenerzer Ramsau, which don’t have a plastic covering, are only used in winter time. They are hosts of international competitions like Continentalcup or FIS events.
In May 2015 modernization works on the ski jumping facility and attached cross-country skiing center have started. For a total of around 8 million Euros Erzbergschanzen are enlarged to HS 109, HS 70, HS 35 and HS 15, and changing and waxing rooms, a judges tower, a parking lot, a function room, a climbing aid as cabelway, a snowing making facility with storage pond and cooling tower, as well as the integrated cross-country stadium are newly constructed. In early July 2016 the completely renovated facility was finished and inaugurated as "Erzberg Arena".