Martinsbühel, that used to be called St. Martinsberg up to the 19th century, is located on a rock next to the Inn river in the foothills of the Martinswand face. Prehistoric findings are proof of early settlement. In 180 A.C. the Romans built the Teriolis castle on top of the hill.
Tirolean dukes used "Martinsbühel" as hunting lodge. Emperor Maximilian often used to organize hunting contests in the area.
Today "Martinsbühel" is owned by "Stift St. Peter" monastery of Salzburg.