Freeride World Tour Verbier


Be a part of the FWT finals in Verbier, watch the contest, party with the pros and spend a day riding with the champions.

"Final ski & snowboard event at mythical Bec de Rosse"

Witness the finals of the Freeride World Tour in Verbier at mythical Bec de Rosse, a notorious event and still, freeriding’s most reputed face! With this package, you can have front row seats to the whole sha-bang.

The World Tour will hit five locations this winter (four for the women’s comps) with the final stop in Verbier Switzerland where the winners will be crowned. Witness the world’s greatest tackling impossible looking lines, throwing down unbelievable turns, dropping off clips and charging like never before in the battle for the title of World Champion.

"Big mountain freeride contest in Switzerland"

Freeride contests give competitors the chance to create their own path down the mountain, no poles, no artificial bumps, just 100% mountain to the finish gate. The best run down wins. Watching ski videos on screen will never be the same after you’ve seen the pros doing what they do in their element.

This is your chance to join the tour and experience everything first-hand, as it happens on the mountain. For more information and for booking details give our experts at Luex a call now.

3 reasons to choose Freeride World Tour in Verbier:

  1. Experience the biggest event of the winter season!
  2. Slope-side viewing of the main event.
  3. All-inclusive package with loads of great extras.
  • Western Europe
  • Northern
  • Switzerland
Mountain Range
  • Alps
  • Valais
  • Wallis
Ski Resort
  • Venter Seilbahnen
  • Verbier
  • Heli
  • Freeride
  • Accommodation Only
Accomm. Type
  • Hotel
Suited For
  • Couples
  • Solo Travelers
  • Groups
  • $$$ - Luxury
  • $$ - Medium
Meal Plans
  • Bed & Breakfast
  • Half Board
  • Full Board
Room Type
  • Single Bed Room
  • Double Bed Room
  • Twin Bed Room
  • Triple Bed Room
Amenities & Activities
  • Internet Wifi
  • Sauna
  • Spa
  • Hot Tub
Services offered
  • Guiding
Ability Level
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
Snow Conditions
Dominant Terrain Type
  • Open Terrain
  • Steep Terrain
  • Tree Runs
  • Cliffs
  • Glaciers
Average Annual Snowfall
  • 5 meter/year - 10 meter/year
Snow Pack
  • Continental
Crowd Factor
  • High
Explorer Level
  • Low