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Bergisel Ski Jump

With total costs of about 12 million EUR the Bergisel ski stadium was totally modernised. At the express request of the city administration of Innsbruck an internationl evaluation procedure was launched, to which six internationally renowned architects were invited. Among the submitted projects the expert jury chose unanimously the proposal of  Zaha Hadid’s London-based archicectural design firm. In several construction stages the stadium received a new look. Apart from the futuristic design of the start tower and an adaption of the landing profiles a lift facility and a mat support were established.

The Bergisel ski stadium has become famous for its unique design and the countless ski jump events. The impressive location near the city centre allows its visitors an excellent panoramic view of the city and its surrounding mountains.


Opening Hours

June till October daily from 9.00 - 18.00

November till May (Tuesday da off) from 10.00 - 17.00
On Weekends and holidays already from 9.00

Last entrance half an hour before.

  • 1809: Main setting of the Tyrolean struggles for freedom led by Andreas Hofer

  • 1906: The “Ski-Club Innsbruck” was founded, whose members carried out the ski-jumping sport on several snow jumps around Innsbruck

  • 1908: The SCI built a fixed ski jump at “Husslhof”, which was also used for international competitions.

  • 1927: First Bergisel jumping event (January 23) on the natural ski jump, winner’s distance: 47.5 metres

  • 1933: First rebuilding of the jump – best distance: 74 metres

  • 1949: New construction according to plans from the 1930s

  • 1952: First Four Hills Tournament  in Innsbruck on 3 January, 1953

  • 1964: Olympic Winter Games in Innsbruck

  • 1976: Olympic Winter Games in Innsbruck

  • 1985: The large hill ski jump events of the Nordic World Ski Championships are carried out on the large hill

  • 1988: Pope John Paul II visits Innsbruck and celebrates mass inside the stadium

  • 2001: New jumping stadium built by the Austrian Ski Federation

  • 2001/02: 50th anniversary of the Four Hills Tournament

  • 2002: Official opening (September 14)

  • 2005: World Student Games (Universade) in Innsbruck

  • 2012: Youth Olympic Winter Games

  • 2019: The large hill ski jump events of the Nordic World Ski Championships are carried out on the large hill

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