|Hill record:||55.0 m|
|Year of construction:||1912|
|Ski club:||WSV Mariazell|
The Kreisgrabenschanze in Styrian Mariazell, a cradle of Austrian skiing, was constructed at Rasing in 1912 by the three years earlier founded winter sorts club. In 1930 a 30 meter junior hill was added and Kreisgrabenschanze was enlarged onto 45 meters.
Another more snow-secure training hill was constructed at Grünau in 1935-36.
After World War II the Kreisgrabenschanze was reconstructed and already reopened on January 6, 1946 with a competition of the newly founded Styrian Ski Association. The Austrian academic skiing championships were held at Mariazell in 1952 with a night tournament on Kreisgrabenschanze. In the end it had a K Point of 50 meters and the hill record was a 55 meters.