The Heini-Klopfer-Skijump located in the Stillachtal (toward Birgsau) was built in 1949 upon the initiative of the unforgettable jumper trio Sepp Weiler, Heini Klopfer and Toni Brutscher.
Due to the second Ski-jump-world-championship in 1973 in Oberstdorf the jump was redesigned by Mr. Müller and Mr. Würz Horle. Mr. Sepp Noichl made later profile adjustments. In the year 1981, 1988 and 1998 following Ski-jump-world-championships took place. Roar Ljökelsöy from Norway established the jump record of 223 meters in 2004.
The jump can be visited almost year-round. There is a chairlift access from the valley to the jump-off platform. To proceed you take an inclined elevator up to the observation deck. Here, you have a wonderful view at the Freibergsee and the surrounding Stillachtal.