The 2011 Audi FIS Ski World Cup Final will be held in Lenzerheide March 16-20. The event has proved so popular, additional tickets have been released and go on sale today.

The event is comprised of four disciplines with one women's and one men's event each day. All contests take place on the "Silvano Beltrametti" piste which stretches more than three kilometres from 2500 metres altitude.

The finish area for the downhill, Super-G, giant slalom, and slalom is located in Parpan at 1530 metres.

Spectators also can benefit from a discount on public transport. Upon the presentation of your admission ticket at the railway station, you will be granted a 20-percent discount on your journey to Lenzerheide. 

Lenzerheide is a spa resort and lies at the top of the pass between Chur and Tiefencastel in eastern Switzerland.  The two villages of Lenzerhedide and Valbella which make up the resort were once separated by the Heidsee Lake, but expansion along the lakeside has seen the two areas virtually merge into one another.

Set at 1500 metres, the area is a winter playground with more than 155 kilometres of slopes and 52 kilometres of cross-country trails.

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