The Freeride World Tour (FWT) will also be stopping off in Fieberbrunn in winter 2023/24. From 08 March 2024 the freeride mecca Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn will host the only stop of the tour in German-speaking countries! Even for the world's best freeriders, the northern slope of the Wildseeloder is a real challenge - with a gradient of up to 70 degrees and an altitude difference of an impressive 620 meters.
There will be plenty on offer in the Event Village: from live music, ski tests, exhibitor stands, Opening & Prize Giving Ceremonies to the Freeride Party and Movie Night, you can experience the freeride vibe up close.
- Location: Valley station area in Fieberbrunn
- Date: open all day from March 08-10
- Free admission
- Highlights on Friday, March 08: Live music & FWT Movie Night
- Highlights on Saturday, March 09: Juniors Competition & Prize Giving, DJ Sounds & Freeride Party
- Highlights on Sunday, March 10: First Line Freeride Experience, FWT Riders Welcome & Presentation
The FWT competition takes place on the Wildseeloder. It is possible to watch the spectacular rides directly from the Contest Village!
- Location: Fieberbrunn Wildalmen
- Accessibility: with skis from the F2 Lärchfilzkogel mountain station in the free ski area (skiing at your own risk)
- Free entry
- Date: FWT Contest-Day in the weather window 12 - 18 March 2024
- Prize Giving & Riders BBQ will take place directly in the Contest Village
The contest can also be followed from home in the livestream on this and many other websites!
With sustainable images on the screen
Not only from a sporting point of view, the Freeride World Tour is a big topic in the region. Since 2011, Fieberbrunn has been an integral part of the Freeride World Cup and is now the absolute top spot on the scene. Freeride sports in the Skicircus have thus also established themselves as an important local economic factor. And with the international broadcast of the Fieberbrunn stop in dream conditions, the big advertising will be stirred. For example, in 2023 around 300,000 spectators were present at the stop via livestream. A number that has multiplied in the following weeks - thanks to the stream's Relive function.
In line with the region's strategy for the future, the organizers break modern ground in staging the event. The use of a Cineflex helicopter is no longer necessary; thanks to state-of-the-art technology, the image transmission runs via drones. They provide even more dynamic images of the steepness and challenges of the Face at Wildseeloder. This guarantes not only spectacular images, but also savings on helicopter flights and thus less CO2 emissions.