Germany unleash the children
The Kids on Snow Tour is set to go
Developed by the Deutsche Skilehrerverband (DSLV) or German Ski Instructors Association the “Kids on Snow” tour aims to provide children a chance to try snow sports.

The tour stops in 14 locations throughout Germany. Children up to the age of 14 have the opportunity to try snow sports with a qualified instructor free of charge. To make the experience even more enjoyable, the tour will establish a special kids area with fun games, animations, obstacles and live entertainment. The Tour has aligned with the SnowKidz project and will stage two stops of the tour on World Snow Day.

Tour Director Peter Hennekes commented “Children are explorers, always looking for new challenges and adventures. The program “kids on snow” is especially tailor-made for those needs and characteristics. The children get to know the specific movements on the snow in a playful way, through experimenting and discover it with a lot of fun.

The “kids on snow tour” was founded 15 years ago and about 1.5 million Children – 100.000 children annually - have been accepted as members and been participated in one of the many Profi-Skischulen belonging to the DSLV.

For more information on the Kids on Snow Tour visit www.kidsonsnow.de or the World Snow Day event locator.


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