A dramatic ski-jumping facility offering a dizzying view.
On the spot where Andreas Hofer once fought for Tyrol's independence and the first skier launched himself off the natural ski jump in 1927, one can now see the spectacular ski complex designed by the British architect Zaha Hadid. On the viewing platform, you are 250 m above the city, surrounded by mountains. The café in the tower offers a view of the Inn Valley. It is probably only ski-jumpers who don't feel nervous looking at the 98 m long in-run and the slope, which has a gradient of up to 37º. The best ski-jumpers in the world battle it out here every year for the longest distance, with the memory of the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics in mind. The sight offers an excellent view.