BERGISEL-SKI JUMP
IN INNSBRUCK

In 2002 the Bergisel ski station was completely modernised, with a total expenditure of approx. twelve million Euro. In 1999, upon explicit request of the city Innsbruck, an appraiser process was tendered, to which six both domestic and foreign renowned architects were invited. The competent jury unanimously chose the proposal by the London based architecture firm Zaha Hadid from the presented projects. Besides the futuristically designed start tower and an adaption of the landing profiles a lift facility and a mat support were built in several construction stages.

Ski Jump Data

130 m
TOTAL HEIGHT
50 m
TOWER HEIGHT
98 m
RUN-UP HEIGHT
92 km/h
TAKE-OFF VELOCITY
3m
HEIGHT OF JUMP-OFF PLATFORM
120 m
CALCULATION POINT
130 m
HILLSIZE
316 m
TOTAL LENGHT
22.500
ARENA CAPACITY
138 m
HILL RECORD
Michael Hayböck  (AUT)
RECORD SET BY
04.01.2015
RECORD SET ON THE...

Tickets


On the day of competition your ticket is also valid for public transport in Innsbruck! Please make use of this service.

E-Mail

ticket@innsbruck.info

Tickethotline

+43 (0) 512 / 53560

Online-SHOP

Innsbruck

Innsbruck is the state capital of the state Tirol in Austria. Innsbruck is located in the heart of Tirol in the midst of the alps and has about 120.000 residents. The combination of university, cuture, nature, and sports options shapes Innsbruck into a popular holiday destination. The impressice backdrop of the famous sports facilities (Bergisel satdium, Patscherkofel, Nordkette, etc.) and their proximity to the centre of Innsbruck are unique. Innsbruck is the first city to host the olympic Games a third time (Olympic Winter games in 1964, 1976, Olympic Youth Winter Games in 2012).

Contact

Organizer

Austria Ski Nordic Veranstaltungsgesellschaft m.b.H. Olympiastraße 10
6020 Innsbruck

www.oesv.at
info@oesv.at

Executive Association

SC Bergisel
Bergiselweg 3, 6020 Innsbruck

Phone: +43(0)512/575690
Fax: +43(0)512/560935
E-Mail: info@bergiselspringen.at

Web:

www.bergiselspringen.at
 

Ski Jumping in Innsbruck

The first "Bergisel Ski Jumping"  event took place on the 23rd of January 1927 at the Naturschanze. The winning distance amounted to 47,5 meter. When the Four Hills Tournament was born on the 1st of January 1953 50 jumpers from six European countries competed in the German-Austrian ski jump tournament. 1964 and 1976 the Olympic Winter Games took place in Innsbruck. Besides the annual traditional Bergiselspringen within the Four Hills Tournament the Nordic Ski World Cup, the Europe Cup Ski Jumping, the Winter University Olympics, the FIS-Summer-Grand-Prix and the Austrian Championships took and take place at the Bergisel Ski Jump. 

The backdrop and the view of north chain of the alps of the city Innsbruck from the start tower as well as the unique bowl shaped Bergisel stadium make every ski jump event memorable.

Information


For ticket enquiries please contact: ticket@innsbruck.info  or +43 (0) 512 / 53560

By car

Coming from the exit Innsbruck Mitte
The exit Innsbruck Mitte is a viable alternative to the other mentioned exits. Take the exit Innsbruck Mitte and after the roundabout follow Südring westbound. After Olympiabrücke turn south at the big intersection (Fa. Gießerei Graßmayr) and follow Brenner Bundesstraße, which will be a one way street during the event and offers sufficient parking space.
 

Arriving from the A12 from the east
In order to get to the Bergisel ski jump from outside of Innsbruck take the highway exit Innsbruck Ost and follow Südring westbound. After Olympiabrücke turn south at the big intersection and follow Brenner Bundesstraße, which will be a one way street during the event and offers sufficient parking space.

Arriving from the A12 from the west
In order to get to the Bergisel ski jump from outside of Innsbruck take the highway exit Innsbruck West and follow Südring eastbound. After Olympiabrücke turn south at the big intersection and follow Brenner Bundesstraße, which will be a one way street during the event and offers sufficient parking space.

 

Parking Facilities

Due to limited parking space we recommend Park`n`Ride. Parking options can be found at the Olympic Ice Stadium (located near Südring) and at the event centre Hafen (located at the end of Innrain). From there you can easily switch to public transport (tramway 1, bus line C or T). 

On application day one-way parking is possible on Brennerbundesstraße. On the day of competition access to Brennerbundesstraße will be closed of from 9AM.
 

By Train

After leaving the railway station building follow Südbahnstraße southbound. You will reach the Grassmair-Intersection at the southern ring, which you cross heading south and follow the street until you reach Wiltener Basilika. From there follow the signage. The ascent towards the arena takes 10 to 15 minutes.

Tourismusverband Innsbruck und seine Feriendörfer
Burggraben 3
6010 Innsbruck

Tel.: +43 (0) 512 / 59 850-0
Fax: +43 (0) 512 / 59 850-107
E-Mail: office@innsbruck.info
Web: www.innsbruck.info

Tourismusverband Innsbruck und seine Feriendörfer
Burggraben 3
6010 Innsbruck

Tel.: +43 (0) 512 / 59 850-0
Fax: +43 (0) 512 / 59 850-107
E-Mail: office@innsbruck.info
Web:

www.innsbruck.info

 

SC Bergisel
Bergiselweg 3
6020 Innsbruck

Tel.: +43(0)512/575690 
Fax: +43(0)512/560935
E-Mail: info@bergiselspringen.at
Web: www.bergiselspringen.at

More information and interesting facts can be found at www.bergiselspringen.at

 

SC Bergisel
Bergiselweg 3
6020 Innsbruck

Tel.: +43(0)512/575690 
Fax: +43(0)512/560935
E-Mail: info@bergiselspringen.at
Web: www.bergiselspringen.at

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