World cup Kvitfjell
Welcome to World Cup Kvitfjell 1st, 2nd - 3rd of March. You can reach Kvitfjell both by bus and train from Lillehammer. Kvitfjell was built for the 1994 Olympic Winter Games, but has already gained an outstanding reputation among alpine enthusiasts around the world. The unique Kvitfjell courses were designed (Bernhard Russi) and built to combine challenges and safety as the guiding principles. Friday 1st March, Saturday 2nd March to Sunday 3rd March Kvitfjell resorts are the arena for the world cup circus with the world's best alpine skiers. It's downhill on Friday and Saturday and Super G on Sunday. Downhill men on Friday in Kvitfjell replaces the canceled race in the Garmin-Partenkichen.
Program World Cup Kvitfjell
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28TH
11:00 Official training men’s downhill
FRIDAY, MARCH 1ST
10:00 Downhill men
SATURDAY, MARCH 2ND
08:30 Entertainment in the finish area. Stands and activities for all ages.
10:00 Downhill men
SUNDAY, MARCH 3RD
09:30 Entertainment in the finish area. Stands and activities for all ages.
11:00 Men's Super-G
Accommodation World Cup Kvitfjell
Be sure to book accommodation at Hafjell Resort if you are going to experience the World Cup in Kvitfjell. It takes 45 minutes by car to Kvitfjell from Hafjell.
Transport options on Saturday 2nd of March
The bus departs from Lillehammer Central Station at 08:30, Hafjell Alpinsenter 08:45, Scandic Hafjell Hotel 08:50, and returns from the finish area in Kvitfjell at 16:00. The price is 60 Nkr (cash or Vipps) each way.
Transport by bus from Ringebu Central Station to Kvitfjell at 09:00 from Kvitfjelltunet 09:10. Return to Ringebu at 14:00. Price 50 Nkr (cash or Vipps).
Tickets world cup Kvitfjell
Tickets can be bought online at Lunabe (http://wckvitfjell.lunabe.no/) or in the arena. Prices: Adults: Nkr. 150,- Children (15 years): Nkr. 50,- Grand stand Nkr 300,-.