China Launch Largest World Snow Day action to date
26 events set for Chinese World Snow Day
Chinas dedication and passion for snow sports has been steadily growing over the past two decades. Since 1990 China was home to two skis resorts. Now in 2016 it estimated there are over 570. In 2017 that growth will continue thanks to its World Snow Day actions for children.

Together with 26 resorts throughout the country, the Chinese Ski Association has activated 26 spectacular events. Participants will find free lift passes, free lessons, free equipment rental, live music, snow games and plenty of giveaways.

Bring Children to the Snow Co-ordinator Andrew Cholinski commented “China began with 15 events in 2014. Seeing the expansion to 26 shows these events are working and having an impact”

For full details on the Chinese World Snow Day events click the link below:
Event Locator

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