|Hill Size:||HS 140|
|Hill record:||143.5 m (Matej Dobovsek , 2011-01-29, UNI)|
|Total height:||136.8 m|
|Tower height:||43.47 m|
|Inrun length:||99 m|
|Take-off length:||7 m|
|Take-off height:||3 m|
|Hill Size:||HS 109|
|Hill record:||114.5 m (Timi Zajc , 2017-02-17, EYOF-T)|
|Ladies' hill record:||110.5 m (Sara Takanashi , 2012-02-21, L-JWSC)|
|Total height:||107.1 m|
|Tower height:||20.98 m|
|Inrun length:||88 m|
|Take-off length:||6.5 m|
|Take-off height:||2.5 m|
|Hill record:||37.0 m (Münir Güngen , 2012-02-26, N-TUR)|
|Year of construction:||2010|
|Further jumps:||K65, K20|
The Winter Universiade 2011 was hosted in Eastern-Anatolian Erzurum, which is located on a high plateau on 1950 m above sea level. Only 6 km apart of the city is Palandöken skiing centre (up to 3124 m).
For the ski jumping competitions at Kiremitlik Tepe a new ski jumping hill facility with K125 and K95 was constructed, the only ski jumping hills (tr. atlama kuleleri) of whole Turkey. Additional practising hills K60, K30 and K15 were built for young jumpers. The totally about 20m Euro expensive new-construction of the plastic covered jumping center was designed by Slovenian Atelje. In September 2010 the ski jumping facility was finally completed.
After the successful Universiade 2011 with Nordic Junior WSC 2012 the next main event of junior winter sports was given to Erzurum and also the COC of ski jumpers and Nordic combined was staged there already.
The large and normal hill were seriously damaged by a landslide on July 15, 2014. The facility was re-constructed during 2016 and in February 2017 Erzurum is going to host the European Youth Olympic Festival (EYOF).