|Hill Size:||HS 94|
|Hill record:||94.0 m (Łukasz Rutkowski , 2008-02-27, JWSC)|
|Summer hill record:||94.5 m (Tomasz Byrt , 2009-10-08)|
|Ladies' hill record:||94.0 m (Daniela Iraschko-Stolz , 2010-03-07, L-COC)|
|Inrun length:||94.5 m|
|Hill Size:||HS 72|
|Hill record:||73.5 m (Kamil Stoch , 2002-02-25)|
|Ladies' hill record:||60.0 m (Joanna Szwab , 2012-03-08, Lotos)|
|60.0 m (Dana Vasilica Haralambie , 2013-03-08, Lotos)|
|Inrun length:||60 m|
|Hill Size:||HS 38|
|Hill record:||39.5 m (Paweł Słowiok )|
|Ladies' hill record:||32.5 m (Kamila Karpiel , 2013-02-12, Lotos)|
|Inrun length:||40 m|
|Year of construction:||1950|
|Ski club:||TS Wisła Zakopane, WKS Zakopane, Start Krokiew Zakopane|
The 1950 built ski jumps in the facility around Średnia Krokiew are the most important practising hills for the clubs from Zakopane. In the past there was also an 30 meter hill called Malutka Krokiew beside K35, but it wasn’t set up again after the last renovation in 2004.
After a lack of snow at Szczyrk the Junior WSC in 2008 were moved to Zakopane on Średnia Krokiew. Winners were Andreas Wank and his national team - Germany.
Now planned is a big modernization to host Nordic World Championships.