Early clouds will clear to leave the region with a dry and sunny day.
Foggy or hazy to start, then clearing up quickly, and most of the day will be sunny.
- open lifts 46
- open ski slopes 67
valley (slope) 48 cm
mountain 92 cm
78th Hahnenkamm-RaceJan 16, 2018 :: From 16 to 21 January 2018, the entire ski world gets Hahnenkamm fever. The best ski athletes in the world will gather in Kitzbuehel to celebrate the highlight of the World Cup calendar. The Streif is considered the most spectacular ski run in the world and will require the participants to tackle almost everything.
Jumps up to 80m, steep slopes up to 85% gradient, speeds up to 140 km/hr, 860 meters height difference from the starting gate (1665m) to the finish (805m). A total length of 3312 metres at more than average speed of 103 km / h.
Course record 1:51:58 min (1997, Fritz Strobl, Austria). These are some basic data on the "Streif" downhill of the most spectacular in the world. "I congratulate all who are here who made it down with me. I think we are all crazy! "said the 4 times-winner Didier Cuche (SUI) after skiing down the Streif .
Since 1931, the Hahnenkamm races has taken place from Kitzbuehel Hausberg mountain. The fixed points since the early years are the run down the Streif and the Slalom on Ganslernhang . The historic-slalom slope will be in use again after short break in the last years. Since the 1990s a super-G on the Streif is disputed, which Friday the ski weekend ushers.
For Kitzbuehel, the Hahnenkamm event the sporting and social highlight of the year and sees the ‘Gamsstadt’ bursting at the seams with reporters and celebrities from around the world flocking to the streets. A variety of parties and side events take place spread over the whole week. Television pictures of the wintry Kitzbuehel go around the globe and reach 500 million people. You too can also enjoy the unique Hahnenkamm flair in Kitzbuehel and cheer on, with tens of thousands of fans, the best skiers in the world!
Jan 16, 2018 - Jan 21, 2018
from EUR 20,00 (normal Ticket)
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