Record numbers
Number of World Snow Day Participants confirmed
The primary goal of World Snow Day is to bring children to the snow. For the first three years, FIS set a goal of 500'000 participants. This goal was achieved with just over 539'000 participants for the 3rd edition of the event.
For the 4th edition of World Snow Day the number once again increased. World Snow can officially confirm that over 591'200 participants enjoyed events globally.

Following the rapid rise of the event in the first three years, World Snow Day has now aimed at steadying the growth.

For more statistics and numbers from the 4th edition of World Snow Day visit the Final Report by clicking the link below.
World Snow Day Final Report


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Something extra special
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Beyond the call of duty
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Making dreams come true
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a BIG thank you
A special thank you to the World Snow Day Organisers  >> more
A generation for the environment
World Snow Day participants looking after the environment  >> more

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