|Hill Size:||HS 132|
|Hill record:||134.0 m (Jörg Ritzerfeld , 2002-01-19, COC)|
|Summer hill record:||137.5 m (Andreas Wank , 2011-07-30, COC)|
|Official summer record:||137.0 m (Kamil Stoch , 2011-08-12, SGP)|
|Ladie's summer record:||136.0 m (Sarah Hendrickson , 2013-08-14, L-SGP)|
|Inrun length:||104.65 m|
|Take-off length:||6.8 m|
|Take-off height:||4 m|
|Hill Size:||HS 96|
|Hill record:||101.5 m (Arthur Royer , 2012-03-10, NJ-FRA)|
|Summer hill record:||97.5 m (Andreas Wank , 2012-08-14, SGP)|
|Ladie's hill record:||98.0 m (Lucile Morat , 2016-03-27, N-FRA)|
|Ladie's summer record:||100.5 m (Daniela Iraschko-Stolz , 2012-08-15, SGP)|
|Inrun length:||89.5 m|
|Take-off length:||6.3 m|
|Take-off height:||3.5 m|
|Hill Size:||HS 65|
|Year of construction:||2004|
|Hill Size:||HS 30|
|Year of construction:||2008|
|Year of construction:||1944|
|Ski club:||CS Courchevel|
The first ski jumping hill at the town district Le Praz of Courchevel was already built up in 1944.
Then K120 and K90 hill were constructed for the Olympic Winter Games at Albertville 1992, where Toni Nieminen won the large hill and Ernst Vettori the normal hill competition, Finland was successful at the team competition.
Since then the ski jumps have been mainly used for Summer Grand Prix and COC events, as well as for whole year practising, often by the German ski jumping team.
As a replacement for the given-up ski jump at the ice arena at Courchevel 1850 in 2007/08 a small plastic covered K25 ski jump, called Ninoufbakken, was set up next to the other jumps at Le Praz.
Since the certificate of both ski jumps ends in 2011, it was decided onto a modernization. Already in May 2011 the renewing of inrun and start gates of K90 has started. Until August 2011 the inrun track shall be replaced by a modern SKI-LINE system. Similiar things are going to happen to K120. After the Grand Prix events on August 11 and 12, 2011, the inrun will be equipped with a ceramic track made by Porsgrund. Until spring 2012 the plastic mattings shall be replaced and a new watering system installed. Additionally a "Nordic House" is constructed. It will host a sports hall, a fitness center, a spectator terrace for 200 people, as well as rooms for the organizing committee (OC) and the accomodation of athletes. The total cost for modernization and extension are estimated on 1.5m Euro.