The youngest skiers will have the opportunity for their first race in January 20th and February 18th in 2018.
10:00 Free Training on the Race Slope
18:00 Team Captains' Meeting & bib draw for Fridays' GS
09:30 Giant Slalom - 1st run (Podkoren)
12:30 Giant Slalom - 2nd run (Podkoren)
18:00 Q-Max Party - concerts in the centre of Kranjska Gora - infront of Vitranc hall
19:00 Giant Slalom awards Ceremony and public draw for slalom bibs on the main stage of Q-Max Party
09:30 Slalom - 1st run (Podkoren)
12:30 Slalom - 2nd run (Podkoren)
Vitranc Cup Tickets will be available from December 15th 2017 and will be able to buy them here.
Tickets can be purchased a bit cheaper in advance until 20.2.2018 and on the day of the competition at all sales points and the online store of company Eventim and at all service stations of Petrol, in Slovenia and Croatia.
Invited guests of competitions for the 57th Vitranc Cup 2018 will be able to confirm your participation via the online form.
Vitranc Cup is not only competition but also entertainment. On saturday's night you can join the crowd on the Q Max Partyju in the center of Kranjska Gora. For smooth enjoying we recommend you to book an accomodation in Kranjska Gora or its surroundings. We can help you with following links: HIT Alpinea d.d., Hotel Lek, Pr'Gavedarju - Rooms with story, Other accomodations in Kranjska Gora.
We enable uninterrupted work of journalists in the media center right next to the race slope in Podkoren. To work in these centers accreditation is required.
Media Centre next to race slope in Podkoren provides excellent facillities and services as well as all the necessary technique and equipment for the smooth work of journalists.
We accept only on-line received accreditation requests via the link on this page. Accreditation process started on 15th December 2017 and ends at midnight of 1st March 2018. After this date on-line system closes automaticaly, while accreditation is still possible in Accreditation Office.
You can find the Accreditation Office well marked in Kompas Hotel, Congress Center (basement). Stop by soon after your arrival to Kranjska Gora and pick up your accretitation if not recieved via post prior to your departure.
Despite the fact that the Upper Sava Valley is embraced by the mighty Karavanke Mountains and the Julian Alps, Kranjska Gora is very easily accessible.
In Slovenia, you can reach Kranjska Gora by the road from Ljubljana - Kranj - Jesenice - Kranjska Gora.
From Austria, you can reach Kranjska Gora from Villach in 30 minutes over the border crossing Korensko sedlo (Wurzenpass) or through the Karavanke tunnel.
From Italy, the road to Kranjska Gora leads through the border crossing Rateče. From the closest town Tarvisio is around 20 minutes drive.
The nearest railway station is in Jesenice, from where buses will take half an hour to reach Kranjska Gora (20 km). There are railway stations also in Tarvisio in Italy and in Villach in Austria, from where you can continue your journey with a taxi. None of the stations is more than 20 km away.
The Ljubljana airport Jože Pučnik is 45 minutes’ drive (66 km) away, the airport in Klagenfurt (Austria) only 40 minutes and Trieste (Italy) a good hour and a half from Kranjska Gora.