|K-Point:||ca. 20 m|
|Hill record:||25.5 m (Wolfgang Glaser , 1927)|
Before World War II, at the Teichbaude mountain hut (now PTTK Samotnia hut) near Krummhübel in Germany (today's Karpacz), a natural ski jump was built. The local press noted the organization of a competition there in April 1927, during which Wolfgang Glaser from Hohenelbe (Vrchlabí) made the longest jump of 25.5 m. The ski jump was still used shortly after the war by Poles who came to the area after the border changes.