This year Ski Haus Sports wants to invite you …
to celebration our love of snowsports, sharing a month long of activities to help you enjoy the season you are in!


January is Learn to Ski & Snowboard month!
Click the picture below to explore affordable ways to learn a new activity that gets you outside to enjoy the season you are in!

On January 20th World Snow Day events are celebrated all over the world!
Ski Haus Sports would like to invite you to 4 days of specials to get you ready!

January 14th though January 17th, 2019
Stay tuned … while more information unfolds!
Meanwhile Click on the picture below to learn more about World Snow day

TBA … work in progress ….stay tuned

At TBA every one that participates in our (indoor) skills prep get a free hula hoop!


(Well, we have 12 to give away for the kids!)


At TBA join us for a fun get acquainted with equipment for first timer
See & try on the latest gear to get your newcomer out on the mountain!
Bring a friend to Ski Haus Sports & be rewarded!


FIS and World Snow Day isn’t just an event it’s a program to help bring awareness to the following 3 subjects. Please read and share them with your family and friends.


The Environment


The young generations are the future guardians of the snow. We hope to encourage thru the love of snowsports and respect nature generations grow up caring for the environment so they and their children, too,
have snow to play on in the future. Furthermore, by conserving the environment to pre-serve the snow, other natural environments will benefit as well.


Health Benefits

The health benefits of snow sports are obvious and well-known. One big advantage that snow sports offer over many other sports is the “awe” factor the natural environment
provides. We need to pull children off their snow video games and put them on real snow.


Safety ( January is safety month)

Safety is taken for granted as an integral component of a modern lifestyle including snow activities. That’s why the ’10 FIS rules for the conduct of Skiers and Snowboarders,’ which are considered globally as the laws for the conduct on the pistes, are also a natural com-ponent of World Snow Day activities. They will help show children and their families how
to behave and be safe on the snow and in doing so will also show them how to be safe off the snow.


Please encourage the resorts you visit to partake in this event by sharing the wonderful activities they offer for kids.


THINK SNOW!
And get outside and have some family fun!
There is no such thing as bad weather only bad clothing!
We are here to help you prepare for the elements!