Information for visitors
Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
We are currently working on a protection concept together with the other Swiss World Cup organisers. The most important questions will be answered here and will be continuously updated
As of today (15 October 2020) no spectators are admitted to the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Final 2021. The finish area is only accessible to accredited persons.
Only persons who have a function at the event (teams, journalists, officials, helpers and the OC) are admitted. They move consistently in their groups and, whenever possible, have no contact with each other.
There are several ways:
- TV: Various TV stations broadcast the races live (e.g. SRF 2)
- Live ticker on various websites (SRF, FIS)
- Live radio broadcasts (SRF 3)
- Reporting in various print and online media
- Lenzerheide's social media channels not only report on racing events, but also offer exciting insights behind the scenes
- You are there live as a helper and as close to the action as hardly anyone else. Register here now
The slopes in Arosa Lenzerheide can be enjoyed normally on these days. The Heimberg chairlift is only accessible during the races for persons of the event. Restrictions must be expected on the slopes to the Heimberg valley station. Slopes no. 24 and 25 in the Heimberg area are closed. Slope 20a at the top station of the Motta chairlift is partially closed during the downhill trainings/races as it crosses the race slope.
For safety reasons it is - as of today - not possible to follow the races at the track.
No, there are no side events at all in Parpan and Lenzerheide.