|Hill record:||17.5 m (Paul Winter )|
|Year of construction:||1959|
|Further jumps:||K12, K5|
|Ski club:||WSV Harzgerode|
In 1959 the construction of Ostharzschanze in Harzgerode, which first allowed jumps up to 24 meters, started.
In 1963 the facility was already torn down in order to make room for a new K35 with an 18 meter high inrun tower. Then first plastic covering was made in 1965, in 1967 the tower was enlarged on 26 m, the profile changed to K45 and the first 20 meter youth ski jumping hill was constructed. Further conversions took place in 1971 and 1978, the pupils ski jump was build in 1974/1975.
On 2004-01-19 the jumps were blown up after a longer period of fallow.
But already in 2005 a new plastic covered K5 ski jump was constructed, in 2007 the Ernst-Bremmel-schanze K16 with aluminium inrun trail, mattings and floodlights followed. In winter an additional K12 can be used.