Zagreb | Croatia
Event Report
World Snow Day | 10 - 15 January 2017
2500 Event Participants
Best award
Best World Snow Day Event
- Innovation award
FIS Snow Kids event took place from 06.-14.01.2017 in the heart of Croatian capital Zagreb on the main square where the 50th anniversary of FIS World Cup was held on 04.01.2017. During 9 days of the event, there were following activities:
- test day of Voelkl skis
- daily ski and snowboard lessons free of charge for kids between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.
- Burton snowboards were free to rent
- and Burton Rieglet park was there for the youngest snowboarders during the whole event.
Event was very popular in Zagreb and total number of kids attending ski lessons in the city centre was 1.008 and snowboard lessons 283. Additionally, there was 285 kids who came to our ski area to ski with their own equipment and did not attend ski or snowboard lessons.
Skiing area was open to public every day from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
There was more than 2.000 people attending skiing area during 9 days of event.
FIS World Snow Day took place on 15th of January from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m.
WC stars and the best Croatian skiiers,Ivica Kostelić and Filip Zubčić were teaching kids skiing, playing and showing them their skills on the snow. Also, the Mayor of the town Zagreb, Mr.Bandić attented the event and express excitement with seen on the main square - the children are our future:).
Special Offers
- Free skis/snowboards use
- Free ski passes
- Free ski/snowboard lessons
- Free entry tickets
- Free transportation
- Discounted skis/snowboards use
Other Special Offers
NO LIMITS from baby carriages to skis and snowboard
ZAGREB CITY MAJOR CAME TO VISIT US
IVICA KOSTELIĆ AND FILIP ZUBČIĆ WITH KIDS
WHAT A JOY
Location Map
Host
World Snow Day
Domobranska 21
10000 Zagreb
Croatia
(+385) 98 386 590
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