Bergisel Ski Jump
The Bergisel Ski Jump is characterised by a breathtaking view of Innsbruck, the charm of a ski jumping venue with an Olympic past and modern architecture.
The tower, designed by star architect Zaha Hadid, the “Bergisel Sky” panorama restaurant and the panorama terrace are easily accessible with two elevators.
It is much more convenient and faster however, to ascend to the tower with the new inclined elevator.
The elevator transports up to 350 people per hour, covering the 250 meter stretch between the entrance and the tower in 2 minutes.
Visitors get on the elevator here and ride up to the “Bergisel Sky” restaurant.
A three-storey steel construction has been added to the tower’s concrete shaft, containing the restaurant, panorama platform and rescue station.
The projecting levels protrude up to 12 meters beyond the tower’s shaft.
The visitor elevator travels up to the terrace level of approx. 43.5 meters.
However, the supporting structure for the steep in-run bridge was then executed with no supports over a 68.5 meter long incline with an incline of up to 35 degrees; a so-called “fish stomach”, consisting of a steel lattice formwork trough with steel trusses.
Hereby the preload force is transferred into the stiffening girder as compressive force.
The end cross girders and the spatial diagonal piping in the support frame take on the lateral distribution of the centric preload forces in the lateral frame supports.
Bergisel Skisprungturm Innsbruck Hadid
The panorama restaurant
The restaurant is situated at a height of 40 meters. Marvel at the 360° panoramic view of Tyrol’s mountains above and around Innsbruck. The “Bergisel Sky” restaurant is open during the hours of operation.
The impressive floor-to-ceiling glass façade provides a beautiful view of the Inntal valley.
After 19:00, the venue can be rented as an evening restaurant including service.
to the “Bergisel Sky”
The panorama deck
Experience Innsbruck and the Tyrolean mountains in a unique way. A 360° panoramic view gives you fantastic glimpses and views and will definitely be a highlight of your visit.
Text © 2015 Bergisel BetriebsgesmbH
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Open: June to October, from 9:00 to 18:00 daily.
November to May, from 10:00 to 17:00, closed on Tuesday.
Please also note our closing times.
Last admission: 30 minutes before closing.
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