To stay safe and enjoy your freeride adventures to the fullest, you need the right equipment. The INTERSPORT Rent shop in Fieberbrunn carries everything a powder-snow enthusiast's heart desires. It’s where you’ll find wide freeride skis to keep you “afloat”, avalanche transceivers, back protectors, and more.
Our local RENTertainers also have a lot in store for winter sports on conventional ski runs. Go ahead and see for yourself: Just visit the online shop, select what you need, and reserve your gear! Afterwards, you only have to pick it up at the INTERSPORT Rent shop in Fieberbrunn.
Freeriding is (almost) a must if you visit Fieberbrunn, but there are also countless other winter highlights to discover in the region. The ski resort is part of the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn. State-of-the-art cable car and lift facilities, a large variety of slopes, numerous winter hiking trails and Timoks Alpine Coaster, a unique winter toboggan run, are waiting for you there.
Good to know: With the Ski ALPIN CARD, you're not only well on your way to the top (of the mountains). The ski pass also gives you access to two other premium ski resorts: Schmittenhöhe and Kitzsteinhorn-Kaprun.
… you can't get enough of action-packed off-piste descents: In Fieberbrunn and the neighbouring ski resorts, you will find numerous options for an unforgettable freeride experience.
… you are looking for a winter sports challenge – quite literally! On "The Challenge" ski circuit, you’ll cover 65 kilometres of slopes and 12,400 metres of altitude difference in just one day. Are you up for the challenge?
… you enjoy winter hiking as a pleasant change from skiing. About 100 kilometres of winter hiking trails are waiting to be explored. Along the hiking routes, numerous snack stations invite you to stop by for a bite to eat.
… you want to visit a modern ski resort in the middle of the Tyrolean and Salzburg Alps. Interactive maps, a slope with visual and audio-based navigation as well as numerous WiFi hotspots ensure you’ll never lose track of where you are.
The Freeride World Tour (FWT) in Fieberbrunn: Wildseeloder North Face has been a venue of the FWT since 2011. The world’s best freeride skiers and snowboarders compete in the freeride mecca Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn every year.
The starting point is the summit of Wildseeloder at 2,118 metres above sea level, and then it’s downhill from there (figuratively speaking, of course). The slope has a gradient of up to 70 per cent – a challenge for man and material that demands masterful skills.