• How to get Tickets ?

    Tickets can be ordered here via Kitzbühel Ski Club (K.S.C.), Hahnenkamm…

    Tickets can be ordered here via Kitzbühel Ski Club (K.S.C.), Hahnenkamm Race Organizers.

    Tickets can also be purchased at all admission areas on race days. Access to the event / finish area as well as alongside the entire racecourse is only permitted with a valid ticket. Hahnenkamm tickets can also be purchased at entry points.

    There is an unlimited count of tickets available.

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  • Exceptional Advantages for MasterCard® or MaestroCard® !

    Exceptional Advantages for MasterCard® or MaestroCard® !

    Secure exclusive benefits as a MasterCard® or Maestro® cardholder!

    Secure exclusive benefits as a MasterCard® or Maestro® cardholder!

    Faster access - with MasterCard FastLane

    No more waiting in line to redeem tickets: Cardholders gain even faster access to the spectator area in the exclusive MasterCard Fastlane  Pay for your ticket quickly and easily with your MasterCard® or Maestro® Card  and don’t miss a single second of the Hahnenkamm races!

    Save time with cashless payments

    Minimise waiting times and make cashless payments with your MasterCard® or Maestro® Card:

    – in the Cashless Area in downtown Kitzbühel
    – during ticket purchases at all entrance areas
    – at selected stands in the race finish area

    Pay for your drink in the Cashless Area with you MasterCard® or Maestro® Card and save 1€ deposit on your cup. You still receive 1€ on returning your cup.

     

     

     

     

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  • Fan Groups

    WELCOME!Dear Fans !The Kitzbühel Ski Club, organizers of the…

    WELCOME!

    Dear Fans !

    The Kitzbühel Ski Club, organizers of the Hahnenkamm Races, is already looking forward to your visit. The Hahnenkamm Races are always a special experience and the fans in particular that make this race what it is: an extraordinary sporting festival. It is wonderful to see the crowds of supporters offering unvarying support for all athletes and the amazing atmosphere created along the sidelines and in the finish arena. We welcome you all to Kitzbühel and hope you have a great stay.

    How to get Tickets?

    Fan clubs are entitled to special price conditions. We recommend that you place your order in good time to avoid possible delays. Reserved tickets are already at the ticket-office (map) and fan club tickets will be mailed out on request to club organisers from the beginning of December right up to the Race Week.

    For more information, queries or bookings please contact:
    Kitzbüheler Ski Club (K.S.C.)
    Tel +43 5356 62301-0,
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    Office hours:
    Monday to Friday from 8-12 and 13-17 hrs

    Are there allocated Areas?

    The Hahnenkamm Races have a general admission policy with no allocated seating/standing areas. Please note that there are no specific areas or fenced off sections for fan clubs. We thank you for your understanding.

    Where to attach our Fan Banners?

    There are several suitable areas where banners will be in full view of TV cameras and photographers. These designated areas are located just above the finishing line on the left (viewed from below). To ensure maximum safety for the participating athletes, we request that you refrain from attaching any banners to the safety fencing.
    Please ensure that your banners do not impede the vision of other spectators and use long poles accordingly.

    Are banners with logos allowed?

    Due to existing promotion contracts and the rights of Hahnenkamm sponsers, it is prohibited to use fan banners for any kind of advertising. All advertising related logos, inscriptions or slogans should be covered or removed. Checks will be made at the entrance areas as well as at the venue.

    Can we bring our own Food and Beverages?

    Drinks and snacks are available from numerous stalls in and around the event area. It is prohibited to bring any kind of food or beverages, alcohol in particular, to the event! Event officials and security staff are authorized to carry out spot checks to verify compliance with this rule! Please comply with the general conditions of admission.

    What is the best way to get there?

    Getting Here & Parking

     

  • Rooms - Hotels, Guesthouses, Apartments ?

    There are many accommodation providers in the Kitzbühel region. In…

    There are many accommodation providers in the Kitzbühel region. In addition to hotels and guesthouses, accommodation can be found at privately managed B&Bs and farms, most of which are very well equipped. If you are unable to find a room in Kitzbühel direct, the surrounding villages are easily accessible (by public transport too).

    Contact partners for accommodation are listed below:

    Place Distance from Kitzbühel Homepage Contact E-Mail Phone
    Kitzbühel 0 www.kitzbuehel.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 5356 6666 0
    Oberndorf in Tirol 6,2 km www.kitzbueheler-alpen.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 5352 63335 430
    Kirchberg in Tirol 6,8 km www.kitzbueheler-alpen.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 5357 2000 100
    Aurach bei Kitzbühel   www.kitzbuehel.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 5356 6666 0
    Jochberg 9,4 km www.kitzbuehel.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 5356 6666 0
    St. Johann in Tirol 10,9 km www.kitzbueheler-alpen.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 5352 63335 0
    Brixen im Thale 11,8 km www.kitzbueheler-alpen.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 5357 2000 200
    Going 11,9 km www.wilderkaiser.info Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 505 09 510
    Ellmau 13,6 km www.wilderkaiser.info Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 505 09 410
    Westendorf 16,2 km www.kitzbueheler-alpen.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 5352 63335 650
    Erpfendorf 17,6 km www.kitzbueheler-alpen.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 5352 63335 650
    Hopfgarten im Brixental 20,9 km www.kitzbueheler-alpen.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 5335 2322
    Fieberbrunn 22,7 km www.kitzbueheler-alpen.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content.  +43 5354 56304
    Scheffau 22,7 km www.wilderkaiser.info Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 50509 310
    Waidring 25,2 km www.kitzbueheler-alpen.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 5354 56304 30
    Söll 27,0 km www.wilderkaiser.info Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 50509 210
    St. Ulrich am Pillersee 28,6 km www.kitzbueheler-alpen.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 5354 56304 20
    Hochfilzen 28,9 km www.kitzbueheler-alpen.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 5354 56304 10
    Mittersill 29,5 km www.mittersill-tourismus.at Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 6562 4292
    Kössen 29,8 km www.kaiserwinkl.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43501 100
    Wildschönau 30,7 km www.wildschoenau.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 5339 82550
    Wörgl 30,8 km www.kitzbueheler-alpen.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 5332 76007
    Kirchbichl 31,8 km www.kitzbueheler-alpen.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 5332 87151
    Lofer (Salzburger Saalachtal) 35,7 km www.lofer.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 6588 8321
    Kufstein 36,4 km www.kufstein.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content. +43 5372 62207
    Bramberg (Pinzgau) 40,5 km www.wildkogel-arena.at Enable JavaScript to view protected content.  
    Alpbachtal Seenland 47,8 km www.alpbachtal.at Enable JavaScript to view protected content.  
    Saalfelden - Leogang 48,2 km www.saalfelden-leogang.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content.  
    Zell am See (Pinzgau) 55,4 km www.zellamsee-kaprun.com Enable JavaScript to view protected content.   
    Karwendel 65,7 km www.silberregion-karwendel.at Enable JavaScript to view protected content.  
    Hall - Wattens 82,8 km www.hall-wattens.at Enable JavaScript to view protected content.  
    Innsbruck 92,0 km www.innsbruck.info Enable JavaScript to view protected content.  
    Zillertal 84,8 km www.zillertal.at Enable JavaScript to view protected content.  
  • What is the best way to get there ?

    The best way to get to the Hahnenkamm

    By Car

    TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR FREE PARK AND SHUTTLE SERVICE!
    Official free parking is available at Hahnenkamm car parks in Oberndorf in Tirol (coming from the Salzburg/Munich direction) and at Kirchberg in Tirol (from Innsbruck). From there the Austrian Rail ”Hahnenkamm-Shuttle Train“ operates every 15 minutes to and from the event venue. Parking is also available at ”Kitzbühel Süd - South“ car park (20 minute  walk away).

    DRIVING FROM VIENNA, SALZBURG AND MUNICH
    Take the A1 motorway towards Salzburg, continue over the ”kleine Deutsche Eck - German Corner“ to Lofer, head towards St. Johann in Tirol, “Großparkplatz - Large Car Park” Hahnenkamm Races in Oberndorf (between St. Johann and Kitzbühel). Jump on one of the free shuttle trains to Kitzbühel Hahnenkamm railway station.

    DRIVING FROM SWITZERLAND, BOLZANO, VORALRLBERG, INNSBRUCK
    Take the Inntalautobahn motorway until the exit for Wörgl Ost, Brixentaler Bundesstrasse, via Hopfgarten, Brixen im Thale to the “Großparkplatz - Large Car Park” Hahnenkamm Races in Kirchberg in Tirol (before Kitzbühel). Jump on one of the free shuttle trains to Kitzbühel Hahnenkamm railway station.

    DRIVING FROM EAST TIROL, STYRIA, CARINTHIA
    Via Mittersill, Thurn Pass, Jochberg, “Großparkplatz - Large Car Park” Hahnenkamm Races in Kitzbühel Süd (South), approx. 20 minute walk to the event grounds.

    By Coach

    COACH PARKING AT SCHWARZSEE LAKE
    20 minute walk from the event grounds.

    COACH PARKING AT THE HAUPTBAHNHOF - MAIN RAILWAY STATION
    15 minute walk from the event grounds.

    ADVICE & INFORMATION
    To ensure no time is lost, group tickets can be reserved in advance:
    Ticket hotline +43 5356 62301-0

     

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  • Getting here & parking

    Parking Hahnenkamm-Race

    Official free car parking is available in Oberndorf in Tyrol (coming from the Salzburg/Munich direction) and at Kirchberg in Tyrol (from Innsbruck). From there the „Hahnenkamm-Shuttle Train“ operates every 15 minutes to and from the event venue. Parking is also available at the „Kitzbühel Süd“ car park (20 minute walk away).

     

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  • Can I ski in Kitzbühel during the Race Week?

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    Skiing is possible in the entire ski area. You can check out the status of the slopes and lifts on: https://www.kitzski.at

    Only the Streif and Ganslern racecourses are closed to the public. Fans can also ski down the Streif (Family Streif), either to check out race preparations, or follow all the action on the day. A valid admission ticket is required to ski down the Family Streif on race days. Please note that some sections may not be accessible or visible. Furthermore, we advise you to pay attention to warning signs and closures.

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  • Will there be food and beverages on site ?

    Hahnenkamm Races - food & drinks

    Snacks and hot and cold drinks are available from numerous stalls within the event area. There is a stall especially for families between the Zielhaus/Restaurant Red Bull and Rasmushof. It is prohibited to bring any kind of food or beverages, alcohol in particular, to the event grounds! General Access Regulations.

    The Red Bull Restaurant is located in the Zielhaus. There are many other catering facilities and restaurants in the Fan Zone (Kitzbühel town centre), only a few minutes’ walk from the event grounds.

     

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  • The “Family Land” - meeting place for families

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    The “Family Land” - meeting place for families

    Children & young people (including those born in 2001 or after) enjoy FREE access to the spectator area. We recommend the use of hearing protectors for children; please seek specialist advice.

    “Family Land” has been created especially for families. It is a cordoned off area with catering services and can be found close to the Downhill rostrum, between the Zielhaus and Rasmushof.

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  • Best Place to be

    The event grounds at the finish area is the best spot to watch the…

    The event grounds at the finish area is the best spot to watch the Hahnenkamm Races. They are incredibly expansive and give spectators the opportunity to see the final 35 seconds of the race live, as the skiers whizz down from the Hausbergkante. Comprehensive entertainment is provided at the event area, where the spectators are also kept up to date with all the latest information. Seven video walls and scoreboards are also installed.

    There is a special meeting place for families / children. It is a quiet zone with catering, benches and tables.

    Make sure you wear sturdy winter shoes with a good grip. Please observe the “General Access Regulations”.

    Spectators at the start line - on foot

    Interesting spectator areas can also be found at the start area and “Mausefalle”. For the ascent with the Hahnenkammbahn cable car, you will need a single ticket (for pedestrians), available from the Bergbahn AG Kitzbühel Lift Co. Note: Sturdy footwear is necessary, alpine terrain! Race admission ticket required.

    Spectators on skis alongside the Streif

    You can also watch the races alongside the Streif. For example, at the Mausefalleboden, Seidlalm and Oberhausberg sections. Please observe all warning signs and closures. The Steilhang slope must be avoided. You will need a lift ticket from the Bergbahn AG (www.kitzski.at). A “Hahnenkamm Race” admission ticket is also required.

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  • Fan Zone in Kitzbühel's town centre & Entertainment !

    The Fan Zone in the historic town centre is equipped with every thing…

    The Fan Zone in the historic town centre is equipped with every thing spectators could possibly wish for. Catering services as well as the entertainment provided are varied. Kitzbühel authorities have entrusted Rass&Dorner with organising a uniform sound system throughout the entire town centre.

    The stalls offer typical Tyrolean fare, including the strange sounding but delicious tasting Tyrolean “Ziachkiachl” and “Broadakrapfn”. A variety of sausages will also be available, including Frankfurter and St. Johanner, specialities such as curried sausage, Bosna, hot dogs, doner kebabs and more. Prices are also very modest. The environment is another key issue, so returnable cups with a deposit system (1 Euro) will be used. All official stalls also accept MasterCard or Maestro Card.

    Special emphasis is placed on entertainment. Kronehit Radio will guide us through the programme and tune the music genre to the skiers’ mood. Two live acts will perform on stage, before and after the races. Not only that, another well-known musician will perform as a special guest on the stages of the city. Fans will be flanked by twenty P.A. towers as they make their way from town to the event area. There are also five video walls with sound-system in the town centre and a special fan TV team will interview spectators to gauge the mood, while a fan reporter sends an account of events from the scene of all the action.

    Extra supervised WC facilities will be installed for spectator’s comfort, with fresh running water and sewer connection. 

    Admission to the Fan-Zone is FREE!

     

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  • Animals - Dogs

    Animal lovers should leave their pets at home!

    Animal lovers should leave their pets at home!

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  • Toilets ?

    A total of 240 heated WCs with fresh water and connection to the waste…

    A total of 240 heated WCs with fresh water and connection to the waste water system are installed throughout the entire complex. The WC facilities are permanently supervised. Despite the high number of WCs, there may still be queues on occasion, for which we ask for your understanding.

    VIP zone guests and visitors to the VIP grandstand will find WC facilities in the tribune area.

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  • Lost & Found Service ?

    The "Lost & Found" point is located near the VIP tent, just below…

    The "Lost & Found" point is located near the VIP tent, just below the Downhill rostrum. Please drop off any lost property there, or enquire after lost items. This stand is staffed from 9.00 to 21.00 hrs. Telephone +43 664 5821 752.

    After the races, any non-claimed items will be handed over to Kitzbühel Lost Property Offices (Fundamt), from where they can be collected. Please contact:Enable JavaScript to view protected content. or +43 5356 62161.

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