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Top of Innsbruck

Innsbruck's highest vantage point

Three different cable cars take you up to Innsbruck's highest vantage point in less than 30 minutes.

The ride to the Top of Innsbruck starts directly in the old town just five minutes away from the Golden Roof at the Congress station. From here, the modern Hungerburgbahn takes you up to the Hungerburg in just eight minutes, with the option of getting off at the Alpenzoo.

Once there, it's just a few steps up to the 1,905 m high Seegrube, where a change to the Hafelekarbahn takes you to the Top of Innsbruck, the viewing highlight of the round trip, in just two and a half minutes.

Hafelekar

The highest vantage point in the city.


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2.334M

TOP OF INNSBRUCK

Lake pit

Second transfer from the Seegrubenbahn to the Hafelekarbahn.

 

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1905M
Lake pit

Hungerburg

The Seegrubenbahn runs from the Hungerburg to the Seegrube.

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860M

Hungerburg

Alpine Zoo

Europe's highest zoo is easily accessible with the Hungerburgbahn.

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750M
Alpine Zoo

Lion house

First stop on the Hungerburgbahn.

560M
Lion house

Station Congress

The station, designed by Zaha Hadid, is located not far from the Golden Roof directly in the old town.

512M

Station Congress

360° view at 2,334 meters

Walk to the highest point of the Nordkette and experience a summit atmosphere at the TOP OF INNSBRUCK without long climbs. Walking time from the Hafelekar station: approx. 10-15 minutes.

The impressive experience at the Top of Innsbruck, the 2,334m high Hafelekar, is within everyone's reach thanks to the direct connection to the city. It is not uncommon for guests to catch a glimpse of the otherwise shy wild animals on the Nordkette and, above all, the unique panorama of the city and mountains leaves nothing to be desired.

On the way up to the summit cross, the geotrail stations offer interesting insights into the formation of the Karwendel. The wide path up to the summit offers alternating views into the Karwendel and down over the Inn Valley.

Impressive nature and panoramic experience

Once at the TOP OF INNSBRUCK, an impressive natural and panoramic experience opens up with the capital of the Alps on the one hand and Austria's largest nature park, the Karwendel, on the other. Thanks to the short distances, special viewpoints and the summit experience can be enjoyed by all and leave lasting impressions.

Take a walk to the special viewpoints at Innsbruckblick and Karwendelblick and discover the picturesque Geierwally hut. In summer, you can watch mountaineers on the Innsbruck via ferrata, while in winter you will be breathless at the sight of freeriders daringly plunging down the Kar and cable car gullies.