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  • 800 m
  • 2020 m
  • 1220 m
  • 270 km
  • 9 Mountain Restaurants (Fieberbrunn)
  • 40 km
  • Salzburg 1 hour, Munich 2 hours, Innsbruck 1.5 hours
  • Large beer €4
    Coffee €2.40
    Goulash soup €5.50
    Spaghetti Bolognese €8.50
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Fieberbrunn, Austria

“Traditional, friendly village, great off-piste and 270 kilometres of piste”

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Snowscape - The Fieberbrunn Experts

Resort Overview

Once a small ski area attracting locals and those in the know for its amazing snow record, Fieberbrunn was catapulted in to the limelight in 2015 when it linked to the Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Leogang Ski Circus and is now a gateway to 270 kilometres of lift-connected piste. Whilst still retaining its attraction for families, beginners and freeriders, strong intermediates are now treated to one of the most modern, lift-linked extensive ski areas in Europe. Fieberbrunn is our second home, our most popular resort and is ideal for short ski breaks, ski weekends and families.  Enjoy it now before the secret gets out!

On the Mountain

Fieberbrunn’s local ski area is located on the mountain range between Kitzbühel and Saalbach and offers a great cross-section of slopes for all levels from beginner to expert.

With its own micro-climate and predominantly north-facing slopes, top-to-bottom skiing lasts well into April. Do not be put off by the altitude: More snow falls at a lower altitude in the Eastern Alps and Fieberbrunn itself receives around 50% more snow than Kitzbuhel just 10 kilometres away – a truly natural snow pocket. There is snow-making on all of its pistes and some truly atmospheric mountain huts add to the appeal and charm of the area.

The long-awaited TirolS 10-seater gondola connects Fieberbrunn with Saalbach and the Ski Circus area boasts 68 lifts and 270 kilometres of piste – truly a skier’s paradise boasting great runs for all abilities. There are two excellent ski schools in Fieberbrunn and beginners enjoy wide, gentle nursery slopes at the middle station – a convenient meeting point for groups.

Off-piste, Fieberbrunn has a well-deserved reputation as a top freeride destination with excellent lift-accessible terrain that has been further enhanced with the new lift connection. Fieberbrunn’s Wildseeloder mountain is now the Austrian signature venue for the Freeride World Tour which attracts the world’s top riders and is testament to the quality of off-piste terrain here.

A free ski bus serves the local area and also runs to and from Leogang making a Fieberbrunn-Leogang circuit a great ski day out.

For even further piste mileage, check out the Kitzbuheler Alps All-Star Pass. This offers extended access to Zell am See-Kaprun, Kitzbuhel (30 minutes) and the Ski Welt (30 minutes). Great for day-tripping.

Off the Mountain

Whilst not on the same scale as the likes of mega-resorts such as St Anton and Ischgl, there is a great choice of après-ski bars (Euro-pop, Dutch-flavoured Biwak, the rustic-style S4-Alm, Fontana Stadl and the Enzianhutte for live oompah music) all with bar prices well below the likes of St Anton.

Other activities available include the resort swimming and sauna complex, a floodlit toboggan run, snow-biking, weekly ski show, snowshoe walking, sleigh rides and day trips to Salzburg, Innsbruck and Kitzbühel.

Eating out is excellent value with a wide choice of traditional and international restaurants and the resort centre also offers a number of bars, ‘Stuberls’, cafés and a nightclub.

Insider Guide :: Resort highlights

Freeride Fieberbrunn

Freeride Fieberbrunn AustriaWhether you are looking to make your first tracks off-piste or are looking for some challenging day tours skiing the same lines as the Pros, we can organise off-piste Freeride guides and introduction to ski touring and off-piste courses.

Packages and courses include fully qualified mountain guides, Freeride skis, avalanche safety equipment (transceiver, shovel, probe and ABS backpacks) and instruction on how to use them.

For full details, contact our office.

The All-Star lift pass

Kitzbuheler Alps All-star lift passThe Kitzbuheler Alpen All-Star lift pass covers 10 ski areas, over 1000 kilometres of piste, 350 lifts and 250 mountain huts. Resorts include the Ski Circus Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Leogang-Fieberbrunn, St Johann in Tirol, Schneewinkel, Kitzbuhel, Ski Welt, Ski Juwel Alpbach Wildschonau and Zell am See-Kaprun.

If you are staying in Fieberbrunn and fancy a day trip further afield by taxi or your own transport, this is the pass for you.

>> View full All-Star pass details here