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World Snow Day Is Coming Again This January, And Every January Until At Least 2025

World Snow Day At Saafelden, Aus. - Credit: world-snow-day.com
Each year since 2012, the International Ski Federation (FIS), as part of their Bring Children to the Snow program, has brought us World Snow Day.

On the 3rd Sunday each January, World Snow Day is recognized as a day for ski areas and resorts from around the world to promote all of the benefits and joys of skiing and riding, as well as to get as many children as possible into skiing and snowboarding.

Just recently, the FIS took to social media to not only remind everyone about the next World Snow Day on January 19, 2020, but to confirm dates the next five years to follow.


For those that would like to participate, you can head to the World Snow Day website, linked below, to find a mountain near you that has an event planned. You can also head to that site if you are looking to host an event at a mountain. They all have the information you need to participate.

Willkommen | FIS World Snow Day | 19. January 2020

World Snow Day, part of the international FIS Campaign "Bring Children to the Snow", is an annual snow festival for children and their families with various activities taking place simultaneously on a single weekend.

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