Fieberbrunn resort review

Snowboard Guide rating 6 out of 10 “was cool some years ago and now it has to work in it's image again.”



A few trees and fair bit of off-piste



Small park and a few natural hits



Nice easy and maintained slopes

Mountain stats

Top lift:2020m
Vertical drop:1190m
Bottom lift:830m

LiftsLift count : 3 x Gondolas   3 x Chairlifts   7 x Drag-lifts  

35km of pistes

Longest Piste:4.3miles (7km)

passes 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.

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