The International Luge Federation (FIL) Executive Board has given the green light to the upcoming World Cup natural track calendar.
Meeting virtually, the FIL Executive Board approved the schedule which has been adapted to take place during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Races will be held in "bubbles", with four stops on the World Cup schedule in total.
Kühtai in Austria is due to host the season opener from December 10 to 13.
The World Cup bubble then moves to Winterleiten, where the next stage will be held from December 16 to 18.
Passeier in Italy is then scheduled to hold the third and fourth stage from January 14 to 17, followed by the final in Laas from February 10 to 13.
The FIL Luge World Championship on natural track is set for February 4 to 7 in Umhausen in Austria.
The Junior World Cup begins with a double event in Winterleiten at the beginning of January, followed by the race in Umhausen.
Jaufental in Italy is due to hold the finals at the end of January, before hosting the European Junior Championship on February 1.
All races will be held without spectators due to the global health crisis.
The FIL has also warned that event changes at short notice are still possible.