Markus Eder


Markus Eder is the first Italian new school freestyler to reach international recognition. At first sight, Markus Eder is a typical Italian from Southern Tyrol. He was born in Bruneck and raised in Luttach in the nearby Ahrntal valley, where he still lives today. He started skiing at the age of four, was an alpine racer for many years and enjoys rock climbing in the summer. He even loves pizza and ice-cream. However a few winters back something diverted his typically Italian path. He discovered freeskiing! Five years later Markus Eder is the first Italian new school freestyler to reach international recognition becoming the Freeride World Tour Champion in 2019.

Markus: "Loving every aspect about Freeskiing. Being able to have fun and being progressive on prepared terrain, tricking in the backcountry or skiing bigger lines in places like Alaska is key for me. "


Date of birth
Home mountain
Climbing, skateboarding, biking, trampoline, tinkeling
Top results

2022: EMMY Award "The Ultimate Run"  Best Cinematography 

Freeride World Tour Champion 2019

1st Freeride World Tour Fieberbrunn, Austria 2019

1st Freeride World Tour Habuka Japan 2019

2nd Freeride World Tour Kicking Horse Golden BC 2019

2nd overall Freeride World Tour 2018

3rd Verbier Xtremes 2018 

2nd Freeride World Tour Kicking Horse 2018

2014: Film segment "Days of my Youth” Matchstick Productions

15th Olympics Sochi 2014

1st Freeride World Tour Courmayeur 2013

2nd Red Bull Linecatcher 2011

1st Swatch Skiers Cup 2016/2013/2011

2010: 1. Place Nine Knights Obersdorf Deutschland


1. Favorite Dalbello Boot
Lupo Factory
2. What do you use this boot for?
Everything from the Snowpark to Heliskiing to Mountaineering.
3. Why do you like this boot?
It's great for the way up with the feel of a real solid skiboot you can rely on.
4. Why do you like being a part of the Dalbello team?
The Dalbello HQ is pretty much around the corner from where I live so I've had the chance to swing by a lot of times to give feetback, fit my boots and make them better.
5. What age did you start skiing? 
When I was 3 i did my first run down the crosscountry track behind our house.

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