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World Snow Day at the Reina ski resort

16.01.2013 | World Snow Day

On 20th January you will meet and be inspired by our Olympians and by our very own Vilcins (wolf-cub), the Latvian Ski Association's mascot.
For beginners there will be the possibility to learn skiing or snowboarding with professional instructors for free and to rent skis and other equipment with a discount.

The Latvia Ski Association organize World Snow Day in the Sigulda region, at the Reina ski resort on 20th January.

World Snow Day will give chilren and youth the opportunity to try out and take part in Alpine skiing, Snowboarding and Cross-country Skiing events. Throughout the day we will also organise numerous activities for all the family.

You will meet and be inspired by our Olympians and by our very own Vilcins (wolf-cub), the Latvian Ski Association's mascot.

For beginners there will be the possibility to learn skiing or snowboarding with professional instructors for free and to rent skis and other equipment with a discount. Good music, mascots, free food and beverages, souvenirs and prizes are just some of the great things that await you on World Snow Day.

Come and celebrate with us on World Snow Day! More information You will find at www.infoski.lv and www.reinatrase.lv

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