Situated on the sunny Streuböden plateau (790m), the town of Fieberbrunn comfortably crosses the divide from traditional Tyrolean mountain village to a modern sports and holiday centre. Never adverse to change, the town only gained its present title in the 14th century when a visiting princess was cured of a sickness when she took a drink from a local spring, hence 'fever spring', a statue now marks the event. No doubt the princess was also enlivened by the magnificent alpine views afforded by the town's position, particularly from the 'Hochhörndlhutte' high on the Hochhörndl Mountain. Fieberbrunn is perhaps now most famous for its annual snowboarding competition in January and its 'Scheedorado' (Snowdorado) Ski area.
Bringing Own Equipment : Carriage Ski/Snowboard (6 days)
Kids & Childcare in resort
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Last Updated: 2013-12-09
Mostly cloudy, some sunny spells
Last Snowed: 2013-11-06
Snow Depth on Lower Slopes: 30cm
Snow Depth on Upper Slopes: 70cm
Fresh Snow Depth: 5cm
Open Lifts: 7
Total Lifts: 11
Runs to Resort: Good
Piste State: Excellent
Snow data supplied by the Ski Club of Great Britain.