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FAQs

Is there WIFI?

Yes. There is WIFI at the venue.

Where does the event take place?

Kletterzentrum Innsbruck
Matthias-Schmid-Straße 12
A-6020 Innsbruck

When does the event take place?

From 30/08 - 10/09/2017.

What do I need to enter the athlete's area on the venue?

You need your accreditation.
Please make sure to bring an extra pair of shoes to wear inside the athlete's lounge/isolation zone! You cannot enter the athlete's lounge / iso zone with the shoes that you wore outside.

Is there an athlete's area/lounge?

Yes. It can be accessed by athletes with an accreditation who are climbing in the next respective round.

Are there Shuttle-Busses?

For athletes, there is a Shuttle-Service between Innsbruck Olympiaworld and Kletterzentrum Innsbruck, that runs daily. The first Shuttle starts at Olympiaworld half an hour before the first time that the Isolation Zone opens on that day. The last shuttle starts when the Isolation zone closes the last time for that day.  The Shuttle costs 2€ per person. The return from the venue to the Olympiaworld is possible when the shuttle is operating and available. The shuttles have limited capacity. They do not replace public transport, they support it. Information about public transport is available HERE.

Can I climb at the Kletterzentrum during the Youth World Championships?

Only in the indoor lead and speed area and a part of the indoor bouldering area.

Where can I park?

At the venue, there are no parking spaces. Details about parking in Innsbruck are available HERE.

Do I need a ticket for the event?

No, entry to all competitions and the framework programme is free.

Is there disability access at the venue?

Yes.

Where do I find information about accommodation?

General information about accommodation can be found HERE. For an non-binding offer for an accomodation, fill out this form.

Can I get food and drinks at the venue?

Yes, the bistro inside the Kletterzentrum Innsbruck will be open, and at the venue it will be possible to buy snacks and drinks.
Drinks and food from outside can only be taken to the athlete's area (lounge and isolation zone). In the athlete's area, water is provided.

How long does it take from the train station to the venue?

On foot, it takes about 25 minutes to the venue. More details about public transport and the exact route are best found HERE.

Where do I get a cab?

Visit Taxi-innsbruck.com or call +43 (0)512 5311

Is there a cash machine / ATM at the venue?

No. The closest cash machine/ATM is at the BAWAG P.S.K. Filiale und Post at Prinz-Eugen-Straße 60.

Are there seats at the venue?

Yes, the venue has seats for spectators.

When is the venue open?

The venue opens about 60 minutes before the competition / the respective round begins. Details about the programme are found HERE.

Is there a minimum age for entry?

No.

Are there other limitations about the entry?

Animals are not permitted at the venue, no glass bottles, no glasses, no food and drinks other than the one bought at the venue. A list of forbidden objects can be found HERE

Can I take umbrellas to the venue?

No. You cannot take umbrellas to the venue.

Are there lockers, or where can I deposit my backpack?

No.

Can I take photos or film at the venue?

Filming and photography is only allowed for private use. In order to film for commercial purposes, you need a media accreditation.

Is the spectator area protected from the elements?

No.

Do I have to arrive early to get a spot?

First come, first serve.

Which languages are part of the moderation?

German and English.

What framework programme is offered?

Details about the framework programme can be found HERE.

Is the venue a no-smoking area?

Yes.

What are the important emergency phone numbers?

122: Fire fighers
133: Police
144: Emergency / Ambulance

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