Bergisel Ski Jump
Bergisel Ski Jump
4.5
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Noreen Z
7 contributions
Sep 2021
Nice options to go to top of ski jump to enjoy the views and restaurant at the top. Stairs all the way to the top or take the funicular. Go early and you might see a ski jumper practicing as we were fortunate to see.
Written September 27, 2021
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Bristonian
Gloucester, UK124 contributions
Jan 2020 • Business
High over Innsbruck towers the Bergisel Ski Jump Tower with its top restaurant. The views overlooking the town are absolutely stunning and it helps to have the needs of food and drink looked after by very pleasant staff. Fortunately there is a lift (and stairs) so we didn‘t have to ski down and jump
Written February 22, 2020
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883greg
Milton, Canada5 contributions
Jan 2020
Beautiful jump. We wanted to go for breakfast and see the early morning jumpers, but time ran out for us. We did visit but did not have breakfast or see any jumpers. Others in our group did. We thought we needed a reservation for breakfast according to brochures/internet - but apparently you don't. We did catch a late lunch at the restaurant at the bottom. Also - we would have gone by public transit - very easy. We just couldn't find out how to do it so we paid for the tour bus. Still a good value because we got to see the areas around.
Written February 17, 2020
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John G
United Kingdom657 contributions
Aug 2022 • Couples
Walked a long way from town to be met by a €10 charge up a funicular. Some of the misleDing tourist information describes the way up via a 'lift' and doesn't mention a charge. Up close it looks a bit shoddy.
Written August 8, 2022
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PetBab
Scharding, Austria35 contributions
You enter the stadium at the bottom and first you take the cable car up to the bottom of the ski-jump. There your visit continues with a lift that takes you up to the visitor's platform where you have an incredible view over the city of Innsbruck and of the surrounding mountains.
After that you can visit the cafè below the platform. There you can go to a small balcony where you are right above the start of the speeding lane. It's kind of creepy because of its steepness!
Written August 15, 2007
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Mona77
Piacenza, Italy1,326 contributions
Jan 2011 • Friends
This is a special place for me, my review is probably more hearthfelt than objective. I saw my very first ski jumping race at this hill, since there I got addicted to this sport and I go back there every year. The race is part of the Four Hills Tournee, one of the most important of the season and you can see you're part of something big. The hill is not big comparing to other places in the WC calendar, but the position is great, just above the town, from there you have a wonderful view on the whole Innsbruck. And the audience, the best in ski jumping! Lots of enthusiasm and happyness, songs and flags, but also very polite, much more than in other races, people are cheering their faves in a positive way, with fairplay. I was there when the local idol Gregor Schlierenzauer won his first race in Innsbruck and the atmosphere was amazing, a real party. I remember that race as one of the best sports events I've ever seen. I've been there many times, only in winter, I'd like to go once in summer and see what it looks like, I'm sure I won't be disappointed at all.
Written October 5, 2011
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Karpagavalli
Chennai (Madras), India479 contributions
May 2019
This is a stadium for ski jumping on a hill in innsbruck, Austria where prestigious annual FIS Ski jumping world cup Four hills Tournament conducted. The view of people skiing and the surrounding valley from the top is worth the climb. This has funicular, a viewing platform for a panoramic view of the valley.
Written April 15, 2020
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Noel
18 contributions
Jul 2018 • Couples
While it may be a bit of a walk to get there, the Bergisel Ski Jump is very interesting. Once in the arena, you can get the cable car to the top, view the jump from an athletes position, and even have a coffee and the special Bergisel Torte (shaped like the ski jump). Its a fantastic way to see the city of Innsbruck (and the cemetery) out in front. An amazing view. Right there!
Written September 3, 2018
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Marcus F
Basket Range, Australia64 contributions
Sep 2019
We were lucky enough to come through the entrance as one of the exhibition jumpers was coming down the and landed 20 metres away from us. As we went up on the little tram to the top of the ski jump, the young man that had just completed his run was on board and we had a great chat with him. When you get to the top and walk around, you have a great 360 degree view of Innsbruk and the surrounding areas. One thing that was quite funny, is that when you stand at the actual top of the jump just metres behind the athletes and follow the line down to the bottom, it lines you up with the cemetery below in the suburbs of Innsbruk, which would be a interesting last glimpse before setting off, no doubt.
Written October 8, 2019
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LumberEaton_Cheshire
Eaton, Cheshire219 contributions
Dec 2018 • Family
A brilliant experience.

The original Bergisel Ski Jump was used in the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics but was rebuilt in 2002 and can be frequently seen on TV.
The new tower can be accessed on foot or, more sensibly, by gondola to the base of the top tower and then a lift to the top of the 45-metre tower. At the tower top is a restaurant with spectacular views out over Innsbruck and the surrounding mountains. There is also limited access to a platform directly above the athletes' take-off position which looks directly down the 'ramp' and into the 'bowl' where the athletes land and stop. This 'bowl' holds 28,000 spectators!
An interesting (and possibly with foreboding) fact is that, just beyond the landing area is a huge cemetery - wile the athletes are flying, their view is straight into the cemetery!
You leave with a feeling of amazement and conviction that all ski-jumpers must be crazy!
Written January 16, 2019
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  • Wed - Mon 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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