Snow Camp Alpine Challenge Returns

Patrick Thorne

17 Sep 16

The annual Snow Camp Alpine Challenge event that raises money for Snow Camp will be back in 2017.

Last year’s event was the biggest yet with 23 teams taking part raising over £35,000 for the charity.

Heading in to its 8th year, the annual snowsports endurance challenge, will again see teams of four skiing or snowboarding harder than ever before over two full-on days, attempting to reach checkpoints set across 15 ski resorts across the Portes du Soleil region. Teams can expect to clock-up over 150km of GPS tracked skiing or snowboarding whilst navigating through as many checkpoints as possible over the two day event period.

The 2017 event will take place from the 19-22nd January, with Early Bird entry priced at only £300 per person. That includes: event entry, flights and transfers, lift passes, three nights half-board accommodation, GPS tracking, medals, bibs and parties.

Snow-Camp programmes combine snowsports, life skills and vocational training to support inner city young people.