The ninth edition of World Snow Day will see 363 events and activities take place in 45 countries this Sunday, 19th January 2020.
FIS President Gian Franco Kasper remarked, “Once again World Snow Day has exceeded expectations. This is great achievement and testament to how important children and families are to snow sports.”
Looking at the events, World Snow Day 2020 will include a wide array of activities in a variety of locations from alpine environments to major cities. Some of the standouts include 72 events throughout China with free or discounted ski lessons, equipment rental and lift passes, ski and snowboard schools throughout Poland, free lessons for children, an open day in Norway with 50NOK (5 euro) lift passes for all kids and adults, free sandboarding lessons in Peru and Brazil, World Snow Day in schools around Lithuania, special lift ticket prices and free lessons for kids in Lake Louise (CAN), ski and snowboard lessons throughout the Engadin valley in Switzerland, a kid’s snow festivals in Tallinn (EST) and a kids snow festival in Ulaanbaatar (MGL).
As well as physical events there has been a big communications push for World Snow Day. Thanks to World Snow Day partners Atomic, Skiing families have a chance to win a family set of skis in the #atomicsnowday competition. In addition, Dinoski, families will also have a chance to win two ski suits for kids.
For more information on World Snow Day visit www.world-snow-day.com