Information for Visitors
Tickets go on sale on April 15th. As soon as the tickets go online, there will of course be a social media post (Instagram and Facebook) and further information on www.climbingworldcup.com/tickets.
Tickets can easily be purchased online via our website www.climbingworldcup.com/tickets/. During the competition period (12 - 18 June) it will also be possible to buy tickets on site at the event area. More detailed information about the sales times will be announced later.
The Speed European Cup and Paraclimbing World Cup can be visited completely free of charge, as well as all other events that take place in the morning.
Tickets are required for all evening events of the Lead & Boulder World Cup (see list below):
- Wed, 14 June: Boulder Women Semi Final
- Thu, 15 June: Boulder Women Final
- Fri, 16 June: Boulder Men Final
- Sat, June 17: Lead Men & Women Semi Finals
- Sun, June 18: Lead Men & Women Finals
The final tickets will cost €20.00 and the semi-final tickets €10.00. There are cheaper tickets for 11 to 16-year olds. For children up to 10 years, entry is free and no ticket is necessary. The World Cup Pass costs €55.00 - all events are included.
The World Cup Pass includes all events for which a ticket is required. This means a maximum saving of up to €25 if you attend all events.
It is not possible to return tickets that have already been purchased. You can find more detailed information on this in our Ticketing ABGs.
No. Tickets can be presented at the access control both digitally (on your smartphone) and printed out.
In order to ensure the fastest possible entry on site, we would ask you to prepare your ticket (digital or printed) so that the QR code is clearly readable. It will be scanned at the entrance to the venue. For children/teens under the age of 16, please have a valid photo ID ready.
Please also make sure that you do not have any prohibited items with you. For example, no glass bottles etc. are allowed. Further information can be found in our house rules.
Tickets for the Climbing World Cup are "one-way" tickets. This means that you may only enter the event venue once. Should you leave the site, unfortunately no re-entry is possible.
This rule also applies to World Cup passes - the event area may only be entered once per day.
Arrival & Parking
As there are no parking spaces available at the event site, we recommend arriving by public transport. Several bus and tram lines stop just a few minutes' walk away:
- Bus line B - stop "Wohnheim Saggen" (approx. 5 minutes on foot)
- Bus line T - bus stop "Sebastian-Scheel-Straße" (approx. 5 minutes on foot)
- Bus line R - bus stop "Messe Innsbruck" (approx. 10 minutes on foot)
- Tram line 1 - bus stop "Bundesbahndirektion" or "Haydnplatz" (approx. 10 minutes on foot)
- Tram line 2 - bus stop "Radetzskystraße" (approx. 8 minutes on foot) - HERE is a map on how to get from Radetzkystraße to Kletterzentrum Innsbruck
- Tram line 5 - bus stop "Radetzskystraße" (approx. 8 minutes on foot) - HERE is a map on how to get from Radetzkystraße to Kletterzentrum Innsbruck
From the newly built railway station "Bahnhof Messe" you can also reach the event area in approx. 10 minutes on foot. From the main station it takes about 30 minutes.
Another alternative is to come by (your own) bicycle or by using the IVB Stadtrad (city bike). Bicycle racks are available on site. You can find the locations of the city bikes here: https://stadtrad.ivb.at/de/#standorte.
NOTE: All of our tickets (World Cup Passes and single tickets) include free arrival and departure to the respective event with the means of public transport inside the core zone of Innsbruck. This service is provided by our mobility partner IVB.
No. Due to the set-up for the IFSC Climbing World Cup, there are unfortunately no parking spaces available for visitors on site. We therefore recommend traveling by public transport or by bike -> see question above
Airport Innsbruck: Distance to competition venue: approx. 5 km. The airport Innsbruck is directly connected with London, Frankfurt, Vienna, and many more European cities.
Airport Munich: Distance to competition area: approx. 200 km.
Innsbruck central railway station offers direct connection to almost all major European cities. All trains make a stop in Innsbruck. An overview of national and international trains may be found on Trainline.
A Kids Boulder Jam is planned for Sunday, 18 June. More information will follow on our website and in the KVÖ competition calendar.
In addition, the Bloc Tour Superfinal will take place on Sunday, where the best men and women from each region (Tyrol, South Tyrol, Vorarlberg) will compete against each other. More Info here https://bloctour.com/
Yes there will be side events too! This year we have thought of something very special for our visitors and on three days musicians will be on stage and perform.
On Thursday BAIBA will perform on our stage between the climbing walls before the women's boulder final. On Friday we will bring DJ In-Style on stage, who will warm up the audience with his beats for the men's boulder final and on Sunday the Tyrolean band Saltbrennt, who will play before the lead final. The pre-acts will take place before the finals and start at 6:15 pm.
So it's worth coming early !
|Thu, June 15||6.15 p.m.||Baiba.|
|Fri, June 16||6.15 p.m.||DJ In-Style.|
|Sun, June 18||6.15 p.m.||Saltbrennt.|
Watching on site
Preliminary schedule for the IFSC Climbing World Cup 2023:
Monday, 12 June: Paraclimbing qualification from 9 a.m.
Tuesday, 13 June: Paraclimbing Final from 6 p.m.
Wednesday, 14 June: Boulder Qualification Women from 9 a.m.
Wednesday, 14 June: Boulder Semifinals Ladies from 7.30 p.m.
Thursday, 15 June: Boulder Qualification Men from 9 a.m.
Thursday, 15 June: Boulder Final Women from 7.30 p.m.
Friday, 16 June: Boulder semi-final men from 1 p.m.
Friday, 16 June: Boulder Final Men from 7.30 p.m.
Saturday, 17 June: Lead qualification women & men from 9 a.m.
Saturday, 17 June: Lead semi-finals women & men from 7 p.m.
Sunday, 18 June: Lead final women & men from 7.30 p.m.
Wheelchair users and people with disabilities are welcome to attend the event. There will be a separate area. However, as there is only limited space available, a separate ticket must be purchased for this. Due to organizational reasons, access to this area is unfortunately not possible with a general spectator ticket.
At the Speed Europacup and Paraclimbing World Cup (Monday, 12 and Tuesday, 13 June) there will be seating at the event site. At the Bouldering and Lead World Cup, seating at the venue is not possible due to the expected number of visitors. On these days (Tuesday, 13 June - Sunday, 18 June) there will be standing room only.
If seating is required due to a physical impairment, please purchase a wheelchair ticket for the respective event, as seating can be provided in the area used for this purpose.
Yes, there will be the possibility to buy drinks and small snacks at the event site. In addition, the KI Bistro will be open with special World Cup offers.
In principle, children are also allowed to attend the Climbing World Cup in Innsbruck. At the Lead & Boulder World Cup, however, there are no seats available at the event site. Therefore, and due to the large number of visitors expected, especially at the finals, visibility may be very limited. We would also like to point out that there may be a high level of noise in some places, which is not suitable for (small) children.
Animals are generally not allowed on the event grounds. The only exception are certified assistance dogs.
The Climbing World Cup is an outdoor event that will also take place in case of bad weather (for example rain). If extreme weather conditions (thunderstorms, strong winds) make it impossible to hold the event, this will be communicated as early as possible with further information. In case of cancellation for these reasons, the ticket price cannot be refunded. Further information can be found in the terms and conditions.
Soon you will find a list of all prohibited items here.
Soon you will find our house rules here, which have to be observed during the entire event.
Items found and handed in at the event site will be kept at the accreditation or at the office of the Austrian Climbing Federation for the duration of the event. Items that are not picked-up by 20 June 2023 at the latest will be disposed of or handed in at the lost & found office of the City of Innsbruck (Fallmerayerstraße 2, 6020 Innsbruck).
General | Further
On Saturday, 17.06. the climbing gym is closed all day! From 14 - 18 June the gym will always be closed from 05 pm. Due to the preparations for the IFSC Climbing World Cup, there will be restrictions between the end of May and the end of June, especially during the competition period (12 - 18 June). Please check the website of Kletterzentrum Innsbruck for opening times.
Definitely! The semi-finals and finals will be broadcast live on Discovery+ and/or Eurosport Player and ORF.
We are always looking for volunteers. Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions about the event, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Transportation in Innsbruck
All competitions at the IFSC Climbing World Cup Innsbruck 2023 take place at
During the event no parking lots are available at the venue. We therefore recommend using public transport when traveling in Innsbruck. There are multiple bus stops within walking distance of the climbing center. The bus lines "B", "T", and "R" among others have stops within a 10 minute walking distance. From the main station Innsbruck you can reach the climbing center by foot in about 20 minutes.