From January 25th to 31st



The Freeride World Qualifier consists of 50 or so competitions organised worldwide and bringing together the world’s top freeriders. Each event is classified from 1* to 4*: the more stars a race has, the more points the winners get. The riders with the highest number of points during the Qualifier events go through to the Freeride World Tour.

During the French Freeride World Qualifier event organised by Evolution 2, Arc 1950 Le Village will host freeriders from the world over who will compete in the best spots that Les Arcs has to offer. They will be using the Village as their HQ.

Saturday, January 18th: Freeride Junior 3*



100 competitors aged 14 to 18 start on Saturday morning at the top of the side chosen for the Freeride Junior Tour 3 *. Beautiful curves, jumps and figures with commitment, control, fluidity and caution were taken into account by the judges who give a note to each rider.

The objective: to score points on each winter event and why not climb onto the Arc 1950 podium where the awards ceremony take place at 5 p.m. The village hosts all the highlights of the events.


Freeride world qualifier 2*

Monday 27th and Wednesday 29th January : Freeride World Qualifier 2*



Two 2 * events will take place on the Les Arcs ski area, in partnership with Arc 1950 le Village. The magical resort will then turn into a real HQ for competitors who come to measure themselves at the best spots in the ski area.

The competition will start with stage 2 * of the Freeride World Qualifier on Monday 27 January and Wednesday 29 January. From 10:00 am, the freeriders of each stage will start to score a maximum of points. To achieve this, they will have to show their most beautiful style of skiing by performing a perfect descent, embellished with jumps of rock bars and figures inspired by Freestyle skiing.

See what happened in 2019

Friday February 2: Freeride World Qualifier 4 *

The one and only 4 * French stage of the Freeride World Qualifier took place in Les Arcs. This is a competition that allows Freeriders to score a lot of points to qualify, so it is one of the most difficult events to take up!

And to win this event, who better than a local freerider? This is the feat that Hugo Hoff has achieved! Coming from the Freeski Academy of Les Arcs, this young freerider knew how to impose himself despite the tough competition and the snowfall! Find the France Infos report here!