Our visit to the Bergisel Ski Jump was planned, but only if the weather conditions were good. Contrary to the weather forecast, a decent start to the day came. This acted as a green traffic light for our visit.
The first thing to note is the lack of motorhome parking. We parked in several car parking spaces, but no one seemed to mind! Entrance to the car park is by way of a ticket taken from a barrier. Likewise, exiting the car park is via the barrier. Payment for the ticket is at an automatic machine.
The present Bergisel Ski Jump was completed in 2002. A “sky view” restaurant, funicular to top of the ski jump and wonderful views await.
There are various tickets available. We chose one that included breakfast in the Sky View restaurant. The breakfast is worthy of more detail! The ticket price of 26.90 euro includes:
- Admission to the Bergisel Ski Jump
- The funicular to the ski jump
- Lift to the viewing area
- Enlarged continental breakfast featuring, two hot drinks per person and then anything from the buffet. The buffet features cold meats, salmon, fresh fruits, cereal, bread rolls, pastries, boiled eggs, cake….the list is endless. Noteworthy of a mention, a glass of Prosecco too!
We did not feel rushed at all at breakfast. Staff are attentive but of course, the real jewel in the crown is the view whilst dining! at the
Bergisel Ski Jump – opening times and pricing
Full details of the Berigsel, with pricing, is available here.
We arrived at the car park at around 0930. Enjoying a leisurely breakfast and some time sunbathing at the foot of the ski jump, our visit lasted about three hours.