The Bergisel Ski Jump
Unique location between heaven and earth
The Bergisel is a place where many dreams have been shattered and many dreams have been fulfilled. It is a place of fascination, a sports venue, a restaurant and an event location. And yet so much more. But one thing is certain: the Bergisel and the Bergiselschanze are always worth a visit!
Architectural masterpiece above Innsbruck
The Bergisel ski jump is a year-round visitor highlight in Tyrol. After the former ÖSV President Prof. Peter Schröcksnadel had initiated the construction of the new ski jump, the new construction of the ski jump according to the new model of the architect Zaha Hadid began in June 2001. The construction costs amounted to almost 15.4 million euros, which were financed by the federal government, the province of Tyrol, the city of Innsbruck and the Austrian Ski Association.
The Bergiselschanze is situated at an absolute height of 650 m above sea level (NHN) and rises almost 250 m above Innsbruck at its highest point. The difference in height between the run-up and the run-out is 128 m. During winter sports events and normal events, the Bergiselschanze has a total capacity of 28,000 people.
Info: The current hill record was set by Michael Hayböck (AUT) in 2015 and is 138 metres.
Falstaff Restaurant Guide 2021 - "Bergisel SKY" & "1809 Innsbruck"
As every year, Falstaff has chosen the best restaurants in the country in 2021, including the two restaurants at Bergisel. The Bergisel SKY, the panoramic restaurant with a view of Innsbruck, is one of Innsbruck's best-known restaurants and invites every one of its guests to linger. Restaurant 1809, on the other hand, delights with a beautiful shaded terrace and a seasonal menu.
Hotel Sailer as the perfect base for your excursion to the Bergisel
Like the Swarovski Crystal Worlds or the Innsbruck Alpine Zoo, the Bergisel Ski Jump is one of the most popular sights in Tyrol. Nowhere else can you get such a spectacular panoramic view of the city of Innsbruck and the surrounding region. And events also take place at regular intervals on the 1964, 1976 and 2012 Olympic ski jumps. Whether you are heading to an event, a romantic meal or simply to the Bergiselschanze sight itself, the Hotel Sailer offers you the ideal starting point.