Weather window: 10-17 March 2021

Also in winter 2020/21 the Freeride Word Tour (FWT) stops in Fieberbrunn. The Freeride Mecca Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn is the only stop on the tour in the German-speaking region. The world's best freeriders will take a close look on the backcountry around the legendary Wildseeloder - a compulsory appointment not only for diehard freeride fans. It's do or die in Fieberbrunn - the penultimate stop of the tour. Riders commit it all to qualify for the final in Verbier.



The world's best freeriders are allowed to conquer the legendary Wildseeloder twice this year: Due to the current situation, the stops in Canada and Japan could not take place - Fieberbrunn jumped in to host a second stop. This guarantees a double load of action!


The Freeride World Tour in Fieberbrunn has been classified as a professional sports event by the authorities and may therefore be carried out in compliance with all requirements and a safety concept. Due to the current situation, no spectators are allowed for the  stop in Fieberbrunn. The spectacular runs of the freeriders can be followed up close via live stream.


Due to the weather forecast and the snow conditions, the weather window was set to 10-17 March 2021.

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The world's best freeriders have to climb about 40 minutes to reach the peak of Wildseeloder where they drop down a slope of 620 metres from the start position at 2,118 m altitude. There, they have to overcome a slope gradient of up to 70 degrees. 


Facts and Figures Freeride World Tour Fieberbrunn 2021

  • Location: Wildseeloder North Face
  • Start: 2,118 m
  • Finish: 1,500m
  • Vertical Drop: 620 m
  • Sloping: up to 70 degrees