Poland double down
Polands nationwide World Snow Day action doubles in size
Photo: Ski School Strama

For the last four editions of World Snow Day the Polish Ski Instructors Association (SITN) and its member ski schools have provided free ski a snowboard lessons for all children up to 14 years of age. Now in 2018 the number of participating ski and snowboard schools will increase to 50 thereby doubling the action in size.

Amongst the many members some will also be transporting their actions across boarders. Ski and snowboard schools such as SnowRiders.pl have establishments in both Poland and Italy. Despite the distance the ski school will open its doors to all children to provide them a positive first snow sport experience.

For families interested in taking advantage of the offer, click on the World Snow Day Event Locator below and select any of the ski schools listed in Poland. Then on World Snow Day (21. January 2018) drop by the ski school office and request your free childrens ski or snowboard lesson.
https://world-snow-day.com/Event Locator


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