Mums are the Best
The Brave Ski Mom Returns for a New Season
As a parent one of the best sources of advice and information is other parents. In 2016/2017 World Snow Day followed this approach and teamed up with the Brave Ski Mom to release a series of articles on helpful tips for budding ski and snowboard parents. Now in 2017/2018 the Brave Ski Mom will return with a new series of articles.

Hailing from the US, The Brave Ski Mom has showed parents all around the world how easy and above all fun snow sports is for the whole family. Some of her best know articles include:

- 13 Tips For New Ski Parents

- Tips for Dealing with Scared Skiers

- How To Keep Family Skiing and Snowboarding Fun

- Helmet Safety Made Easy

Keep a look out for her articles this season and make sure to check out her full website on:

More News

The European Broadcasting Union and FIS confirm partnership for World Snow Day 2018
Press Release  >> more
China Increases World Snow Day Action
China registers 55 World Snow Day events  >> more
Poland double down
Polands nationwide World Snow Day action doubles in size   >> more
Spain on the up and up
70,000 Attend Bank Holiday Ski Weekend in Spain  >> more
Mother Natures Irony
Dry Ski Slope Closed Due to Snowfall  >> more
Last Chance
World Snow Day 2018 Registration closes soon  >> more
The Brave Ski Mom - Choosing a family ski resort
Unchecked Climate Change Would Make Ski Resort Operations Unsustainable  >> more
World Cups for the kids
FIS World Cups are more then just competition  >> more
World Snow Day Organisers switch to solar
Boreal Mountain Indoor Snowsports Centre goes 100% Solar Powered  >> more
Another Major Ski Area Announced For Western Canada
Giant Nickel All Season Resort  >> more

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