World Cups for the kids
FIS World Cups are more then just competition
The 2017/2018 World Cup season is set be an excellent year for families. A large number of destinations have seen their World Cups are an excellent occasion for parents to bring their children to the snow whilst they enjoy the action on the race course. Here are some of the highlights:

Lake Louise Mens and Ladies Alpine World Cup: All children 12 years and under will receive free group lessons for both the Mens and Ladies Alpine World Cup weekends.

Quebec Snowboard World Cup: Mountain in the City with free snowboard lessons for local school children.

Davos Cross Country World Cup: Bjorn Daehlie Kids Events, where kids will be able to ski with their favourite Cross Country World Cup athletes.

Zakopane Ski Jumping World Cup: World Snow Day fun and free lessons.

Kitzbühel Alpine World Cup: Falling on the World Snow Day weekend, all children up to the age of 12 will receive free lift passes for the World Cup weekend.

Cortina Alpine World Cup: Also on the World Snow Day weekend, their will be free family fun races along with live on snow kids entertainment and games.

Levi Alpine World Cup: Skiing with Ladies Alpine World Cup Tour legend Tanja Poutiainen.

Many of the activities are open to all families no matter their ability. Hit the link below to find all the events:
https://world-snow-day.com/en/WSD/Locate


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