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WORLD SNOW DATES TO 2025
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The event is run by International Ski Federation and has proved to be a success since it was launched in 2012.






It will be in the third week of January for the next six years.

Next year is January 19th, then January 17th in 2021 and January 16th in 2022.

The following editions are January 15th 2023, January 21st 2024 and January 19th 2025.

FIS hope that the advanced notice will give organisations time to plan activities and maximise participation.

World Snow Day aims to give children and their families the chance to experience and enjoy snow.

Various activities take place around the world, held by organisations such as ski and snowboard schools, ski resorts, tourism organisations and national ski and snowboard associations.

Last season  saw 464 events, according to a report by the FIS.

Some 45 countries participated, with 11 events in major cities and 315,000 people taking part in total.

See here for earlier PlanetSKI reports on the event:


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