Head first



We'll go one better. And that's head first through the Igler Eiskanal. No, this is not a hara-kiri action in Tyrolean. This is professional sport at its best. We are talking about skeleton. At a top speed of 100 km/h, you not only face your fear, but also enjoy a breathtaking view of the Nordkette, high above the Alpine metropolis of Innsbruck, at the start (ladies' start). If there is time for it. Because as fast as you hear the countdown, as fast you will be at the finish line. But you will never forget your skeleton run. Promised.


  • pure travel time 1 minute
  • Minimum age 12 years
  • Max. body weight 120 kg
  • Good physical and mental constitution
  • In case of heavy snowfall the track becomes impassable and the appointment has to be cancelled or postponed at short notice
  • Winter clothing - not too thick jacket, gloves and shoes with good profile
  • Starting height: Women's start
  • Spectators are very welcome at the Olympic bob track
  • Free parking by car on the railway premises


€ 65,- / person


Due to some changes in the track schedule, there will be skeleton dates for guests in the current season only towards the end of the season. The dates will be published in time.