China Increases World Snow Day Action
China registers 55 World Snow Day events
The Chinese nationwide World Snow Day action has grown steadily over the past 4 years. For 2018 the event has taken the biggest leap by doubling the number of events. With 55 locations this will be the largest World Snow Day in China to date.

Coordinated by the Chinese Ski Association, Event Organisers have taken a direct and easy approach to bringing children to the snow sports. For one day all 57 locations will be providing a mixture of free lift passes, free lessons and/or free rental equipment for children for one day. These actions will then be combined with on snow entertainment such as live music, treasure hunts and kids snow games. Past numbers have shown these actions to be effective with a combined total to date of over 120’000 participants.

For the full list of event in China and other World Snow Day event visit the World Snow Day Event Location via the link below:
https://world-snow-day.com/en/WSD/Locate


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