|Hill Size:||HS 140|
|Hill record:||146.5 m (Michael Uhrmann , 2011-02-02, WC)|
|Summer hill record:||147.0 m (Vegard Haukø Sklett , 2011-09-23, COC)|
|Official summer record:||143.5 m (Gregor Schlierenzauer , 2007-10-06, SGP)|
|143.5 m (Kamil Stoch , 2010-10-03, SGP)|
|143.5 m (Maciej Kot , 2016-10-02, SGP)|
|Ladies' summer record:||140.0 m (Špela Rogelj , 2011-11-30)|
|Total height:||137.1 m|
|Tower height:||30.27 m|
|Inrun length:||97.5 m|
|Take-off length:||6.8 m|
|Take-off height:||3.25 m|
|Year of construction:||2006|
|Ski club:||VSC Klingenthal|
Since the glorious large Aschbergschanze has no more been used, there has been no large hill in Klingenthal and that’s why people started thinking about a reconstruction of the “Großen Asch” in 2000. This efforts were soon given up and now at Schwarzberg in Brunndöbra – a village of Klingenthal – one of the most modern jumps of the world was built up for 14 Mio. €.
In autumn 2005 the new skiing arena with 30,000 seats has been made ready to jump and Björn Kircheisen landed the first jump at 128 m. The first official competition on the new jump was a Nordic combined World Cup “B” in early 2006. Since then numerous international competitions have been hosted annually on HS 140 and also for training the hill is very popular. But Vogtland-Arena does not only serve as a ski jumping hill, cultural events and concerts also take place there, too.