15 Disciplines. 90 Medals.

In March 2025, around 1,200 athletes from 35 nations will gather for two weeks to compete in events across 15 disciplines. No less than 30 sets of medals will be awarded, meaning that a total of 90 gold, silver and bronze medals will be up for grabs!

One valley. 3 venues. 30 competitions.

The events across the 15 disciplines will be held at one of three different venues: the Park & Pipe will take place on the Corvatsch, the ski and snowboard cross, parallel and slalom, aerials and moguls events will be held on the Corviglia in the municipality of St. Moritz, and the big air will be hosted in St. Moritz.



Corvatsch. Silvaplana

The Corvatsch ski area, which is part of the municipality of Silvaplana, has the highest mountain station in the canton of Graubünden, at 3303 metres above sea level. Corvatsch means “big raven” in the local Romansh language. There are 120 kilometres of pistes to take on and, thanks to the unique backcountry, countless freeride routes on top of that. 

The heart of the ski area is the Corvatsch Park, which is one of the best snow parks in Europe. In addition to 44 jib features and 12 kickers, the section of the Corvatsch Park below the Murtèl middle station is also home to a 150 m long, 20 m wide halfpipe with a slope of 18 degrees, meaning that the park truly lives up to its moniker of “Freestyle Heaven”.

Phto: Federico Sette

Corviglia. St. Moritz

Known as the St. Moritz sports mountain, visitors have been able to reach the Corviglia via the Chantarella funicular for over 100 years, and the mountain has always been a popular destination for skiing enthusiasts. Five World Ski Championships have already been held here, as well as the 1928 and 1948 Winter Olympics. Early birds can make the most of St. Moritz's “white carpet” as early as 7.45 a.m. and make their first turns on the freshly groomed slopes. Piz Nair offers breathtaking views of the Upper Engadine valley and the area’s many lakes. 

Former Olympic ski jump. St. Moritz

In 2025, the world's best snowboarders and freeskiers in the Olympic discipline of Big Air will be competing for medals at a site steeped in sporting history.The site chosen was the Olympic ski jump in St. Moritz, which was demolished in 2014. The Big Air facility is to be built temporarily and a building application has been submitted to the municipality of St. Moritz.

The site is ideally accessible on foot from St. Moritz and by public transport, and the space available is ideal for a crowd of around 10,000 spectators. In addition, the wind-protected site is located almost exactly in the middle between the two other venues, the Corviglia and the Corvatsch. The natural slope favours the resource-saving construction of a temporary big-air facility, which is largely made of snow.

Photo: Ruedi Flück


Several World Cup and Europa Cup-level competitions were held on the original World Championship courses in the winter of 2022/23, with further test events scheduled to take place next winter. These test events are ideal opportunities for the organisers of the 2025 Freestyle World Championships to demonstrate their skills and gain important experience that could prove vital as preparations for the World Championships in March 2025 gather steam. At the same time, the test events are designed to encourage visitors, permanent and seasonal residents to look forward to taking part in this unique major sporting event being held on their own doorstep in March 2025.

PRE-EVENTS 2023/24

Programme subject to change

01/02 March 2024
Snowboard Cross Juniors FIS + Open

Corviglia, St. Moritz

16/17 March 2024
European Cup Alpine Snowboard (Parallel Giant Slalom and Parallel Slalom)
Corviglia, St. Moritz



21 to 24 March 2024
World Cup Final Freeski and Snowboard Slopestyle
Corvatsch, Silvaplana


8 April 2024
European Cup Halfpipe Snowboard
Corvatsch, Silvaplana

9 April 2024
European Cup Halfpipe Freeski
Corvatsch, Silvaplana


8 to 14 April 2024
European Cup and Swiss Championships Freeski and Snowboard in Slopestyle and Big Air
Corvatsch, Silvaplana