|Hill record:||34.5 m (Sepp Hohenleitner , 1961)|
|Year of construction:||1955|
|Year of destruction:||1967|
|Ski club:||ASV Neumarkt|
|Coordinates:||49.27364, 11.49047 ✔|
Sepp Hanel, who was a skier from Erz Mountains and came after World War II, constructed the first ski jumping hill of Neumarkt at Höhenberg in the eastern part of the city, located bellow guesthouse Zollbrecht.
But for the ski jumpers of the ski section of ASV this was not enough and they put a lot of effort and handwork into the construction of a larger ski jump, made after the plans of Oberstdorf-based architect Heini Klopfer. The wooden inrun structure and the concrete-made take-off were set up with the support of local businesses and the landing slope was caved by American pioneer technique. On January 1, 1956 the inauguration took place by an attendance of 2,000 spectators and a best distance of 27 meters.
In 1959 the hill was enlarged and a judges tower set up. During the re-opening competition in January 1960 the 30 meter mark was cracked several times. In 1961 Sepp Hohenleitner, a guest jumper and former world-class athlete from Garmisch, set up the final hill record of 34.5 meters in so-called Recknagel-style.
In mid 1960's spectator interest decreased and competitions were stopped. The ski jumping epoque of Neumarkt ended in 1967 - when the wooden inrun was put down and stolen over-night.