International Lauberhorn Races, FIS Ski World Cup

International Lauberhorn Races, FIS Ski World Cup

Jan 12, 2024Jan 14, 2024
Canton Bern
Various prices

This January 12-14, attend the Lauberhorn Races - part of the FIS Ski World Cup - to see some of the best winter sports in the stunning Swiss mountains of the Bernese Oberland!

The Lauberhorn Races

The Lauberhorn ski races in Canton Bern are some of the world’s most viewed and highest-attended ski races, with over 30.000 attendees making the trip to the Swiss ski resort of Wengen and Grindelwald every year. The events take place on Lauberhorn, a mountain in the Bernese Alps of Switzerland, and is famous for having the longest downhill course in the world, with a length of 4,4 kilometres or 2,7 miles.

Laubernhorn races schedule

The programme for the 2023 edition of the Lauberhorn Races is as follows:

Tuesday, January 9

  • Downhill training - 12.30pm

Wednesday, January 10

  • Downhill training - 12.30pm

Thursday, January 11

  • Downhill training - 12.30pm
  • Start number draw Super G - 6.15pm

Friday, January 12

  • Catering – 9.30am
  • Super G event – 12.30pm
  • Entertainment and food & drink – 3pm
  • Start number draw Lauberhorn Downhill - 6.15pm
  • Award Ceremony – 7pm
  • Ski party 

Saturday, January 13

  • Catering – 9.30am
  • Lauberhorn Downhill Race – 12.30pm
  • Entertainment and food & drink – 3pm
  • Start number draw Slalom - 6.15pm
  • Award Ceremony Lauberhorn Downhill – 7pm
  • Ski party 

Sunday, January 14

  • Catering – 9am
  • Lauberhorn Slalom First run – 10.15am
  • Lauberhorn Slalom end run – 1.15pm
  • Award Ceremony Slalom 

Attending the International Lauberhorn Races

Want to experience one of the best winter events in the world? Head over to the official Lauberhorn Races website for more information on the events, accommodation, and how to access the venue via public transportation.

Image: / Alexander Piragis