The Paul Außerleitner Ski Jump is embedded into nature in all its splendour, as the mountain shaped it, at the foothill of the Hochkönig. Each year on Epiphany Day the final of the Four Hills Tournament takes place at the Paul Außerleitner Ski Jump. One of the most relevant awards in ski jumping, the tournament win, is honoured with a gold eagle. Annually about 25.000 visitors from all over the world come to support the athletes and lend this event a very special atmosphere.
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The Paul Außerleitner Ski Jump in Bischofshofen is named after the Austrian Ski Jumper Paul Außerleitner. The athlete, who was with the ski club Bischofshofen, crashed severely on the 5th of January 1952 and died of his injuries a few days later. The ski jump is one of the biggest jumps in FIS Ski Jump World Cup, with a Hill Size of 142 and a record of 143,5 meter. The original Naturschanze from 1947 was constantly rebuilt over the last decades and finally received a completely new profile with a jump-off platform made from reinforced concrete 2003. Each year at the big final of the Four Hills Tournament the Paul Außerleitner Ski Jump is located inside the Sepp-Bradl-Stadium, which is named after the first tournament champion, Sepp "Buwi" Brandl.
World famous due to the annual final of the Four Hills Tournament and surrounded by the impressive mountain landscape one will find the sports- and holiday resort town Bischofshofen. Thanks to its location the “city with swing“ is the ideal starting point for all winter athletes and those seeking relaxation. Bischofshofen is located amidst the most beautiful ski resorts by Ski Amade with more than 270 lift systems and 860 km of ski slopes. Guests take advantage of the central location and the unique price-performance ratio in order to explore the various ski areas with only one map.
Just a few kilometres from Bischofshofen one can find the glorious ski areas St. Johann/Alpendorf and Mühlbach am Hochkönig. During good snow conditions the 8 km long prepared slope Knappensteig leads all the way back to Bischofshofen. Several times a day free ski buses take the winter sport athletes from their accommodation in the centre to the lift systems. Other Ski-Amade resorts like Flachau, Zauchensee or Großarl are just a few driving minutes away.
Besides the central location in the heart of Salzburger Land the "city with swing“ is characterised by its cosy accommodation services with optimum price-performance ratio. The accommodations convince with family friendly offers, sincere hospitality and traditional cuisine.
Besides the different pampering flat rates and family offers the SalzburgerLand Card flat rate serves as an excellent opportunity for a free expedition through the Salzburger Land!
Numerous Bischofshofen partner businesses, in partnership with the tourism association, gift a free SalzburgerLand Card to their guests for a stay from seven nights onwards, valid for six days. This all inclusive card offers free entry to over 190 attractions and destinations across the Salzburger Land.
The city Bischofshofen is one of the oldest places of residence in Pongau. Excavations at the Götschenberg verify the settling of humans and the mining of copper 5.000 years ago. Bischofshofen was first mentioned in a document regarding the founding of the Maximilianszelle monastery, as far back as the 8th century.
Ticket pre-sales for this unique sport experience already start on the 1st of September!!
Bischofshofen is located about 50 km south of Salzburg, in the midst of Salzburgerland, and can be very easily reached by car, airplane, train and bike. The connection to public transport is very good.
All details about regional public transport can be found through www.mobilito.at
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Numerous food stands at the fanpark and the event site will offer small dishes as well as cold and hot drinks. Guests are prohibited from bringing bottels, cans or and the like (especially alcohol).
Guests are prophibited from bringing beverages, glass containers, cans, PET-bottles, polystyrene disks, bulky items, torches, eapons, knifes or similar dagerous items. (Inspections will be conucted.) Animals are not allowed inside the arena.
Limited tickets for wheelchair useres and discounted contingents are only available on advance booking via firstname.lastname@example.org. No specialty wheel chairs available.