|Hill Size:||HS 118|
|Hill record:||120.5 m (Jason Lamy-Chappuis , 2011-03-26, N-FRA)|
|120.5 m (Vincent Descombes-Sevoie , 2015-03-28, N-FRA)|
|Summer hill record:||118.0 m (Simon Ammann , 2013-10-06, N-SUI)|
|Ladies' hill record:||113.0 m (Léa Lemare , 2013-03-30, L-N-FRA)|
|Ladies' summer record:||109.0 m (Léa Lemare , 2013-10-06, L-N-SUI)|
|Inrun length:||98 m|
|Hill Size:||HS 60|
|Hill record:||61.5 m (Luca Egloff , 2007-12-16)|
|Summer hill record:||61.5 m (Ronan Lamy Chappuis , 2012-08-18)|
|61.5 m (Paul Brasme , 2012-08-18)|
|61.5 m (Guillaume Rabaut , 2012-08-18)|
|Ladies' hill record:||60.0 m (Agnes Reisch , 2015-03-07, OPA)|
|Ladies' summer record:||58.0 m (Anais Geoffray , 2012-08-18)|
|Year of construction:||1989|
|Further jumps:||K28, K10, K8|
|Ski club:||Risoux Club, CS Chaux Neuve|
Already in early 20th century the first ski jumping tournaments were hosted at Chaux Neuve.
Then in 1965 the construction of the ski jumping facility “La Côté Feuillée“ had started, but due to problems with soil works the construction was completely stopped and given up.
Twenty yeary later the project was restarted and in 1989/1990 today’s four ski jumping hills K90, K57, K28 and K10 were constructed. The opening was celebrated with an Euro-Cup of Nordic Combined in 1990. Since already many World Cup competitions have taken place.
In 2010 the ski jump was enlarged into a modern HS 118 with SKI-LINE inrun track system. Furthermore in summer 2012 the plastic covering for summer jumping on the large hill has started.