Everything you wanted to know about the Biathlon World Cup in Ruhpolding

Here are answers to frequently asked questions.

You can find out exactly what is and is not permitted at the stadium in the Stadium Regulations

No. There is no parking available at the Chiemgau Arena. Please use the shuttle buses and public transportation. Click on this link for additional information 

Yes. Thermos bottles made of plastic and metal are permitted. For detailed information see the Stadium Regulations

Yes, the shuttle buses from Ruhpolding and Inzell are free. The Reit im Winkl shuttle bus is only free of charge with the Reit im Winkl Guest Card.

The awards ceremonies are held at 19:30 in the Champions Park every evening except Sunday.
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Parking is available in Ruhpolding and Inzell as well as at the train stations in Traunstein, Siegsdorf and Waging. Sign posts point the way to the parking lots. For further information click here.

That depends on where you are coming from. If you are arriving from Salzburg or Berchtesgaden and Bad Reichenhall, we recommend that you park in Inzell. Parking in Ruhpolding may be more practical if you are arriving from Munich or Traunstein, but you can also drive on and park in Inzell.

Yes, some beverages are allowed, but you must abide by the stadium regulations regarding contents and quantity:

  • Glass containers, glass bottles, aluminum bottles, cans, glasses and pitchers of all sizes are prohibited!
  • Plastic bottles may hold a maximum of 0,5 liters
  • Tetra packs may not exceed 1 liter
  • Metal or glass flasks are not permitted

Containers brought into the stadium may not contain alcohol or any other intoxicating substances

No, tickets cannot be returned. This is stated in our General Terms and Conditions. You can of course, sell any tickets you do not need online or pin an announcement on the Tourist Information blackboard set up for this purpose.

The wheelchair area is located in Block A

After the Biathlon World Cup, lost and found items are collected, stored and handed over at the official lost and found office at the Tourist Information Office.