Lift count : 3 x Gondolas 3 x Chairlifts 7 x Drag-lifts
35km of pistes
Pass (Low/High Season) : £26.98-34.34 Day, £149.62-174.97 Week
Fieberbrunn is a rather strange tale in terms of its popularity with snowboarding. It's not a high resort, nor is Fieberbrunn an adventurous place, and most good riders will have had enough after three or four days. The area lies in a natural snow pocket receiving 50% more snow than nearby Kitzbuhel over a course of a season. Fieberbrunn has never really attracted tour operators, the result being that the slopes are mainly inhabited by either locals or their cousins from Germany. Like most resorts, the well-prepared slopes do have busy periods (mainly at weekends and holidays). A couple of years ago Fieberbrunn was the main attraction for riding the Halfpipe, they even had a Halfpipe Worldcup and you could session it till 11pm every night. The resort started caring less about it, shaping it very occasionally and eventually it was removed and a few baron years followed. The 2005/6 season they built the Lord of the Boards Park situated at the top of the Streuboden gondola.
Vans Andreas Wiig Snowboard Boots Red Blue
Vans Andreas Wiig Snowboard Boots in Red Blue - 2013 The Andreas Wiig signature style boot is improved for 2013. All new for this season is the Tongue Lock-Down, which locks your foot and prevents heel lift. You will notice that the Wiig boot is a bit softer this year with increased flex zones to el