Nadine Wallner

Freeride, Touring

Nadine Wallner stems from the small village of Klosterle just west of the famous Arlberg region in Western Austria, where she still lives today. Thus one could say that Nadine is a natural born freerider. In her childhood years she honed her skiing skills as an alpine racer, but her father, a local mountain guide, took her out into the backcountry early on and set the tone for the years to come. Despite being only 23 years old, Nadine already holds a full degree as an Austrian Ski Instructor. Even more surprising is her impressive list of success at freeride competitions, though. While it normally takes big mountain freeriders several years to build up enough experience and confidence to be successful, Nadine Wallner won her first freeride competition 2011 and went on to win the Freeride World Qualifier events in Nendaz and at the Kitzsteinhorn 2012. Her real motivation for the lifestyle of a professional freerider, however, is her love for nature and mountains and therefore Nadine looks forward to travel the world for film and photo shoots just as much as competing on the Freeride World Tour this season. Be sure to see the results at a screen near you very soon!

Facts

Date of birth
15.05.1989
Nationality
Austria
Home mountain
Stuben&Sonnenkopf am Arlberg
Motto
Keep up the funk and have fun out there in the mountains!
Disciplines
Freeride
Hobbies
Sport-and rock climbing, slacklining, combined high-altitude tours, running, ice climbing, paragliding- enjoing the beauty of nature and mountains with friends
Top results

2013 and 2014 Freeride World Tour Womens Ski Champion

Rider's Videos

Interview

1. Favorite Dalbello Boot
DRS, Lupo
2. What do you use this boot for?
Competitions, filming, skiing challenging lines,..touring, combinated terrain,..
3. Why do you like this boot?
tight shape, precise,.. gives you confidence while skiing hard lines
4. Why do you like being a part of the Dalbello team?
Because it´s a big family. They support me in all kind of ways. Cool to have them in the back, when you want to performe on a high level of skiing.
5. How long have you been riding for Dalbello?
2 years and hopefully many years more

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