Freeride World Tour - freeride event in Fieberbrunn
Expected CONTEST date: 08 March 2020
In March 2020, Fieberbrunn in the PillerseeTal is once again the meeting point of the international freeride scene and the only stop of the freeride premier class, the "Freeride World Tour" in Austria and Germany. When the world's best freeriders plunge from the summit of the Wildseeloder into the 620-metre high slope, overcoming a gradient of up to 70 degrees, astonished faces in the audience are guaranteed. Apart from the top sporting performances, the FREERIDE WORLD TOUR stop in Fieberbrunn also focuses on the party program.
- Location: Wildseeloder North Face
- Start: 2.118 m
- Finish: 1.500 m
- Vertical Drop: 610 m
- Sloping: up to 70 degrees
Are you ready for the FWT20!? The Freeride World Tour is back for another action packed season! 5 stops across 3 continents, all culminating on the legendary ...
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Program Freeride World Tour 2020
|4 pm||FWT Opening Ceremony||Red Bull Station|
|4.30 pm||Signing Session||Red Bull Station|
|From 9 pm||FWT Freeride party with DJ Deep Duen||Red Bull Station|
|9 am - 5 pm||FWT Ski test||bottom station Bergbahnen Fieberbrunn|
|4 pm||Tribute show "Metallica"||Stage Enzianhütte|
|From 9 pm||DJ duo Möwe||Red Bull Station|
08. March 2020 - CONTEST
|9 am - 5 pm||FWT ski test||bottom station|
|8.30 am||Opening spectator area||Spectator area "Lärchfilzkogel"|
|9 - 12 am||FREERIDE CONTEST WILDSEELODER||Spectator area "Lärchfilzkogel"|
|9.30 am||Freeride Junior Tour contest||Seenieder|
|12 am||Red Bull flight show||Spectator area "Lärchfilzkogel"|
|3 pm||FTW flower ceremony||Red Bull Station|
Subject to change!
An amphitheatre made out of snow is the spectators stand
The world’s best freeriders have to climb to the summit of the Wildseeloder for 40 minutes, before they tackle the start at 2118 metres, down into the 620 metres altitude slope. Here there is a slope gradient of up to 70 degrees. The audience can follow the freeriders‘ lines in the Contest Village on the Lärchfilzkogel opposite (1645m). In this spectator stand is made from snow, and is reminiscent of an ancient amphitheatre, an extensive programme of supporting events is on offer as part of the competition. Thanks to the live broadcast on a giant screen, presentation and Fan TV, the spectators in the snow arena on the Lärchfilzkogel won’t miss a thing. Thousands of fans have in years past flocked to the Lärchfilzkogel to be there at this show on the Wildseeloder!