More than 2,000 Stöckli fans made their way to the second Stöckli Ski Festival Engelberg-Titlis on Saturday, April 15. The bottom line: Stöckli skis wherever you looked, lots of happy faces, exciting talks and great encounters with the Stöckli athletes on the festival grounds and on the slopes. The Stöckli Ski Festival was once again a real highlight of the season.


Last Saturday saw the second Stöckli Ski Festival take place at the Engelberg-Titlis ski resort. It was as if the weather had wanted to contribute to the ski festival: just like last year, the day was marked by heavy snowfall and wintry conditions.

That said, Stöckli skiers are known for their diehard attitude and aren’t deterred by bad weather. As a result, more than 2,000 skiers found their way up the mountain, received a free ski day pass and enjoyed a range of highlights – including the giant slalom challenge with Marco Odermatt, the ski cross track featuring ski cross athletes, and trying out the new Stöckli ski collection for the coming season.

At the heart of it and everywhere: the Stöckli athletes. Marco Odermatt, Aline Danioth, Andrea Ellenberger, Tina Maze, Viktoria Rebensburg, Alexis Monney, Marco Kohler, Talina Gantenbein, Jonas Lenherr, Urs Kälin, Paul Accola. All of them and many others were there. And, of course, not only present, but also actively involved: autographs were handed out, drinks were served behind the World Cup bar, interviews were given, and skiing and various tips and tricks were shown on the ski cross track.

There was a lot going on, with a lot to take in, to marvel at and to experience. We really enjoyed it and we hope that the many ski-loving participants did too. Now there’s only one thing left for us to say: Thank you!

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