20.01. - 26.01.2020

80. Hahnenkamm Races

Friday, 24 January

10.30 hrs | Finish area

Entertainment

11.30 hrs | Streif

Hahnenkamm Super G

18.00 hrs | Finish area

Draw Downhill

18.30 hrs | Finish area

Prize Giving Ceremony – Super G

Saturday, 25 January

10.30 hrs | Finish area

Entertainment

11.30 hrs | Streif

Hahnenkamm Downhill

14.00 hrs | Finish area

KitzCharity Trophy

18.00 hrs | Finish area

Draw Slalom

18.30 hrs | Finish area

Prize Giving Ceremony – Downhill

Sunday, 26 January

09.30 hrs | Finish area

Entertainment

10.30 hrs | Ganslern

Hahnenkamm Slalom – 1st Run

13.00 hrs | Finish area

Entertainment

13.30 hrs | Ganslern

Hahnenkamm Slalom – 2nd Run

followed by | Finish area

Prize Giving Ceremony Slalom

*Subject to change

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The tickets can no longer be ordered online.

The tickets for the general spectator area are not limited and are also available directly at the entrances on race days.

Ticket prices

*for the general spectators’ area

Friday, 24 January

Children (from birthyear 2003) | for free

Regular ticket | 20 €

Group ticket (at least 10 persons) | 17 €

Saturday, 25 January

Children (from birthyear 2003) | for free

Regular ticket | 30 €

Group ticket (at least 10 persons) | 27 €

Sunday, 26 January

Children (from birthyear 2003) | for free

Regular ticket | 25 €

Group ticket (at least 10 persons) | 22 €

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By train

Directly to the station Hahnenkamm, from there about two minutes on foot to the finish area and the Kitzbühel city centre.

By car

USE THE FREE PARKING AND SHUTTLE SERVICE!

In Oberndorf in Tirol (coming from Salzburg/Munich) and Kirchberg in Tirol (coming from Innsbruck) there are official free Hahnenkamm parking spaces for cars. From there, the “Hahnenkamm Shuttle” will take you every 15 minutes FREE of charge directly to the event area and back again. In addition there is also a car park in “Kitzbühel Süd” (20 minutes walk to the race).

Where can I park?

In Oberndorf in Tirol (coming from Salzburg/Munich) and Kirchberg in Tirol (coming from Innsbruck) there are official, free Hahnenkamm parking spaces for cars, right next to the train stations. From there, the “Hahnenkamm Shuttle” will take you every 15 minutes directly to the event area and back again free of charge.

In addition there is also a car park in “Kitzbühel Süd” (coming from Mittersill) (20 minutes walk to the race).

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We will be happy to support you with your request personally and help you find an accommodation.

Please simply state your wishes and preferences in the enquiry form and we will contact you with an appropriate offer.

Furthermore if you have any questions you can certainly contact us directly at +43 5356 66660 or servus@kitzbuehel.com

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More information and tips for local spectators can be found on the official Hahnenkamm Race page.

Furthermore if you have any questions, you can also contact us directly at +43 5356 66660 or servus@kitzbuehel.com.

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Highest prize money, lowest ski pass prices!

 

KitzSki NEWS about the 80th Hahnenkamm Races in Kitzbühel

The legendary ski race is celebrating its anniversary and everyone is joining in the celebrations:

On the Hahnenkamm weekend from 25-26 January, the following special prices for day tickets apply throughout the ski area

> Adult € 40,00
> Youth € 20,00
> Child only € 10,00

Experience the World Cup feeling up close – watch the race on skis next to the Streif!

Attention: To ski down next to the Streif (on the Family Streif / Paralellstreif) on race days, a valid admission ticket is required.

>> Details about the special & further tips

7 tips for the Hahnenkamm Races

Visit the downhill training sessions on Wednesday or Thursday and watch the most legendary downhill of the World Cup circus from different angles. For example, at the Mausefalle, with a gradient of 85 percent the steepest section of the Streif.

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Tuesday, 21 January

11.30 hrs 1st Downhill Training Streif
18.30 hrs Opening Race Week Legendenpark

Wednesday, 22 January

10.00 hrs HAHNENKAMM JUNIORS – 1st Run (GS) Ganslern
11.30 hrs 2nd Downhill Training Streif
13.00 hrs HAHNENKAMM JUNIORS – 2nd Rund (SL) Ganslern
followed by Prize Giving Ceremony Hahnenkamm Juniors Finish Area

Thursday, 23 January

11.30 hrs Downhill Training Streif

The legendary Streif

 

Above all, the main focus of the traditional Hahnenkamm races is what is considered to be the world’s most challenging downhill ski race: the Streif. Over the past nearly 80 years, this course has been putting skiers to the ultimate test and pushing them to their limits, with only the best in the world able to succeed and claim victory. In short, millions of spectators in front of television screens all over the globe, from Asia to Europe and right across to America, and up to 100,000 fans at the event venue witness the event live and watch as legends are born. For professional skiers, a triumph in the downhill race in Kitzbühel is the highest of highs and equivalent to winning an Olympic gold medal.

You always need to know exactly what you are doing. That is what counts most down there.

Max Franz, Skiracer - Austria

With jumps stretching as far as 80 metres, steep slopes with gradients of up to 85 percent and speeds of up to 140 km/h, the Streif is truly one of a kind on the World Cup stage. Beginning at the start gate at an altitude of 1,665 metres above sea level, the course covers a total distance of 3,312 metres and 860 vertical metres down to the finish area at an altitude of 805 metres above sea level. When tackling the course, that is to say, the athletes reach an average speed of over 100 km/h. The course record is 1:51.58 minutes and was set by Fritz Strobl from the Austrian state of Carinthia in 1997. In conclusion, these are just some of the facts and figures that make the Streif the most difficult downhill ski race in the world. “I would like to congratulate everybody who’s made it down this run. I think we’re all mad!”, were the words of the five-time champion Didier Cuche from Switzerland, and perfectly sum up the feeling of conquering the Streif.

Sommererlebnis Streif

An adventurous course along the Panorama Trail on the Hahnenkamm ridge conveys the fascination of Streif at first hand through active stations. Based on the key points of the original race track, the stations are also intended to make the Streif experience accessible in summer.

Streif Viewing

On 4 ultra-modern infotainment LCD portals – at the start house, the mousetrap, the entrance to the steep slope and at the Hausbergkante – incredible TV recordings and films from the archives of the Kitzbühel Ski Club impressively convey the challenge Streif. The start house of the Hahnenkamm Race is open daily from 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.

Start into the Hiking Season

22.05. | KAT Walk stage with the Austrian mountaineer legend Peter Habeler

23.05. | Streif Uphill Hikint Tour  with ski star Marco Büchel & large Hiking EXPO at the Hahnenkamm

24.05. | #kitzwalk Hiking Tour

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