Freeride World Tour Announces 2019 Schedule

The best freeride skiers in the world are set to take on five intense venues.
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The Freeride World Tour is perhaps the last great skiing competition untainted by FIS rules. Hence we're super excited to see a true freeride event that does not require archaic turn radius standards or a standardized park line that confines and limits creativity.

The upcoming schedule for 2019 includes some classic venues, such as Bec de Rosses in Verbier, and a return to the incredible terrain of Kicking Horse in British Columbia. Considering it's the only stop in North America, you better believe it has some phenomenal steeps.

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Freeride World Tour 2019 Schedule

  1. Hakuba, Japan - January 19-26, 2019
  2. Kicking Horse / Golden, BC, Canada - February 2-8, 2019
  3. Fieberbrunn, Austria - February 22-28, 2019
  4. Vallnord-Arcalís, Andorra - March 2-8, 2019
  5. Verbier, Switzerland - March 23-31, 2019

All locations and dates are subject to change.

For more info on these events and qualifiers, check out the FWT website.


Bec de Rosses

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As if two Olympic silver medals wasn't enough, ski racer Julia Mancuso has decided to take on the Verbier Xtreme this weekend, the final stop on this year's Freeride World Tour. The venue for the big-mountain competition is the Bec de Rosses, a massive face filled with rocky cliff bands and no-fall zones. Find out why Julia is taking on the challenge.