Edelweiss Surf Tour
Four tour stops, two disciplines and one overall tour winner
– this is the Edelweiss Surf Tour 2024 !
This tour, which is taking place for the third time, is one of kind: it combines the uniqueness and variety of Swiss Surfing with the goal to connect surfers of all kinds and regions.
Everyone with a Swiss passport or a Swiss residency can take part in the tour and become Swiss Champion. Furthermore the individual tour stops are open to international surfers. Mark the dates, get ready and show your skills in the fresh waters of Switzerland.
- Rapid Surfing
Competition on an artificial standing wave or natural river wave.
- Wavepool Surfing
Competition on an artificial rolling wave.
- Men (no age limit)
- Women (no age limit)
- Junior Boys (Until 18th birthday)
- Junior Girls (Until 18th birthday)
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🌊🏄♂️ Hang loose, surf enthusiasts! The Edelweiss Surf Tour Vol. 3 is on the horizon, and we've got some news to share! Save the dates for our upcoming tour stops: 🗓 May 24th & 25th: OANA Open (Competition 25.)🗓 August 24th & 25th: Urbansurf Zürich Open🗓...
Switzerland – The Edelweiss Surf Tour 2023 has concluded, leaving us with many champions who conquered the waves in fresh Swiss water. Let's dive in and meet these amazing champions: Edelweiss Tour Champion: Alena Gubler and Rivan Rock Rosskopf are this year's...
Sion, Switzerland - It was a cool and thrilling weekend in Sion, Switzerland, where the Alaïa Open Winter Cup 2023 took place. We're not talking about regular surfing; it's wave pool surfing, and it's in the middle of a snowy landscape! Jade Magnien surfed like a...
Get ready to catch some waves in the heart of Switzerland because registration for the highly anticipated Alaia Open 2023 is officially open! 🤙 🗓️ Save the Date: Friday, November 3rd (Riders Meeting) Saturday, November 4th (Competition and Afterparty) Sunday, November...
The Urbansurf Zürich Open was the second tour stop of the Edelweiss Surf Tour 2023. Over 55 surfers competed for points to become Swiss Champion in the discipline Rapid Surfing and the Overall Winner of the tour. Alena Gubler and Lennard Weinhold (DE) both defended...
Future Tour stops
About Swiss Surfing
Swiss Surfing founded in 1992, represents the sport of surfing in Switzerland on a national and international level. We are recognized by the International Surfing Association ISA, Surfing’s World Governing Authority and the European Surfing Federation as the national surfing association of Switzerland. Since 2018 Swiss Surfing is also a part of Swiss Olympics.
Swiss Surfing represents and promotes the sport of surfing in Switzerland which consists of the disciplines Longboard, Shortboard, Bodyboard, Stand Up Paddle Board and familiar water- and boardsports. Every year, the best surfers compete at the Swiss Surfing Championships held in Spain and at the Edelweiss Surf Tour held in Switzerland. These events are not only intended for competitive surfers but also bring together the Swiss surfing community. The Swiss Surfing Team represents Switzerland at international surfing competitions such as the ISA World Surfing Games and the ISA World Junior Surfing Games.
As the only landlocked country, Switzerland has participated and reached good results at international contest for over a decade. Swiss Surfing is probably the most exotic surfing association in the world.