Bergisel Ski Jump, Innsbruck

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Architect Zaha Hadid designed Bergisel Ski Jump, which hosts the International Four Hills Tournament--a renowned ski jumping competition. Take the funicular or climb 455 steps from the entrance to the top of the tower. The tower elevator will get you to the 43 m (141 ft) high tower, where you'll find a restaurant, panorama platform, and rescue area. Enjoy the 360-degree view of Innsbruck, the Inn Valley, and the surrounding mountains. Plan to visit Bergisel Ski Jump and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Innsbruck attractions using our Innsbruck trip itinerary planning app .
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  • I had the opportunity to be on the Hill during the playing of the tournament as part of the four hills tournament, so I had no opportunity to explore. Hill is located a little over rough terrain to get to the stands have to climb under the steep hill which can be an obstacle for some tourists.
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  • Absolutely loved Bergisel. Being able to go up the ski jump and actually stand at the top of the run is amazing, you can also enjoy a drink or food at the cafe at the top. The views are stunning from ...  more »
  • haha .. well, when you see ski jumping on tv it looks high but then you see it for real and you realize what it takes! Nice visit .. with cable car to the side to take you up. Some small history piece...  more »
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  • Didn't see any skiers but it was still great. Fantastic views of the city and surrounding mountains. We had a very clear day and could see for miles. Had a nice drink and some cake in the restaurant while enjoying the views.
  • Really enjoyed our visit and watched two ski jumpers in action several times from various different viewpoints. There is a small viewing platform beside the restaurant which is right above where the skiers get ready and launch, and numerous other places too. We had the Innsbruck card which made it free to visit. Caught the number 1 tram there and the hop on hop off bus back to the CBD (the latter involves less walking). The ski jumpers take a break from 12 till 1pm so you won't see any during that hour.
  • excellent facility, well worth a visit. very reasonable prices. would highly recommend
  • Great fun to watch the ski jumpers whilst having a meal from above. Good access for wheelchair users too. Great for a day out for all ages. I will definitely return if I go to Innsbruck again.
  • Looks really nice, just... it's looks like a giant snake with a head looking over the town. I don't like this incredible similarity. It's well known what is symbolizing a snake.

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The Alpine gem of Austria, Innsbruck offers a surprising amount of reasonably priced accommodations for its size. Look for hostels and hotels in the medieval center. Another option is to stay above the city on the Hungerburg Plateau, where you’ll find Alpine hotels with panoramic views from each room. If you're traveling on a budget, look for lodging in private homes throughout the city: rent a room or the entire house for a local stay.
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