One Hit Wonder Mountain Festival

5-9th SEPT.

2017 Athlete
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The worlds best ski and snowboard athletes go head-to-head on the biggest jump on the World Tour whilst Thredbo hosts the biggest party in the Australian Snowy Mountains. It's a big week to be in the village.

The Worst Crashes of all time

When pushing the boundaries of skiing and snowboarding on one of the world's biggest jumps, it's inevitable there will be a few bruises along the way. Even the guys and girls at the top of the game statistically can't "stomp it" every time. We've witnessed some heavy spills over the years, and although unfortunately not all the athletes were able to walk away, everyone did live to ski or snowboard again.  


Skiers and Snowboarders Reunite

Snowboarders are returning to join the world's best freeskiers at Thredbo Alpine Resort for the Toyota One Hit Wonder Big Air from the 5th-9th of September 2017. It's a long overdue homecoming in what will surely be one loved-up session on the biggest and funnest jump built in Australia. 


2016 AFP Results

The 8th annual Toyota One Hit Wonder Big Air took over Thredbo Alpine Resort when 20 of the best freeskiers in the world broke skiing in one single day of competition. The first gold big air stop on the AFP world tour saw 17 year old US National Freeski Team member Alex Hall earn valuable early season points when he landed a world first Switch Triple Corked 1800.