The immense olympic ski jump - it is elegant, it is beautiful and it is the landmark of the well-known tourist resort Garmisch-Partenkirchen. This new ski jumps combination of sporty elegance and cutting-edge architecture was awarded internationally several times already. It is know as one of the most significant ski jumps in the World Cup. In the season 2007/2008 the new construction replaced the previous olympic ski jump in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, which was build prior to the Olympic Games in 1936.
Every year the traditional New Year’s Ski Jumping, the second event within the world-famous Four Hills Tournament, draws over 25.000 visitors, who come to cheer the world’s top ski jumpers.
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Unique in every sense: with its location amidst breathtaking mountain backdrops at the foothills of the 2.962 m tall Zugspitze Garmisch-Partenkirchen is the epitome of enormous and pristine alpine nature. A distinct place in front of a reverent backdrop, where outdoor activities become a unique experience - between mountain and valley, in the water and in the air. A region that shaped the people and their culture and where one encounters typical Bavarian traditions. Where everybody can come closer to nature and themselves.
Garmisch-Partenkirchen is one of the top adresses in winter sports in germany: for tourists and top athletes alike. As an international ski resort with world-renowned events it is on the annual programme and acquired an international reputation over the last decades. Every year the who-is-who in alpine ski sports starts at the Ski Worls Cup race. The world´s elite in ski jumping competes at the famous New Year´s Ski Jumping on the new olympic ski jump - the fantastic landmark of the Garmisch-Patenkirchen.
Ticket presales for this unique sport experience start on the 1st of September. From this day forward combination-tickets in all categories are up for sale. The pre-sale for single tickets starts in mid-October.
On the event days of the 31.12 and 01.01. there will be a special train stop by the German federal Railway „Bahnhof Kainzenbad“, directly across from the Olympia-Ski Stadium. From there it is a handicapped accessible walkway of approximately 100m until the event site.
Arriving from the north
The regional train runs every hour between Munich and Garmisch-Partnekirchen, with the special train stop „Bahnhof Kainzenbad“. Futhermore there will be additional train connections on New Year´s Day from/to Munich and Austria
Arriving from the south
The regional train runs every hour between Mittenwald and Garmisch-Partenkirchen, with the special train stop „Bahnhof Kainzenbad“, all the way to Munich.
Arriving from the west / Ausserfern Railway from Reutte
There is the possibility to take the Ausserfern Railway from Reutte to Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
Arriving by bus from the north
Garmisch-Partenkirchen is a stop in the „MeinFernbus" route network. The buses of the line 040 run directly several times per day from Munich/ Airport and Munich/ ZOB to Garmisch-Partenkirchen/ train station. The walkway towards the Olympia-Ski Stadium takes approx. 25 minutes.
Arriving by bus from the south
The buses of the line 040 run several times per day from innsbruck/Main Station to Garmisch-Patenkirchen/train station. The walkway towards the Olympia-Ski Stadium takex approx. 2 minutes.
There will be shuttle buses within the town from/to the event site during the entire day.
There will be no public parking lots in close proximity to the stadium. There will be parking spaces within the twon, from there free shuttle buses will take you comfortably to the Olympic-Ski Stadium.
If you plan to stay in Garmisch-Partenkirchen for a few days we highly recommend booking of accommodation as they will be quickly booked over the holidays. The Tourist Information as well as the hotels directly can provide information about nightly fees.
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Numerous food stands at the fanpark and the event site will offer small dishes as well as cold and hot drinks. guests are prohibited from bringing food and drinks, especially alcoholic beverages, into the event site.
Lost items, which were found during the event, will be kept at the race office.
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Guests are prophibited from bringing beverages, glass containers, cans, PET-bottles, polystyrene disks, bulky items, torches, weapons, knifes or similar dangerous items. (Inspections will be conucted.) Animals are not allowed inside the arena.
There is a designated area for wheelchair users - please book in seperate ticket category "wheelchair users" in order to use ist
Please feel free to contact us, if you have futher questions:
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