Winter Is Coming: The University Sports Center Sends Students Out Into the Cold at the Snow Event

27/10/2022
Ski teacher explains his students something with his gestures Copyright: © Philip Hemmers

The RWTH University Sports Center (HSZ) invites all ski and snowboard enthusiasts to the slopes at the Snowevent on November 3. 

 

The Snowevent as the highlight of the winter

The snow event ist he highlight of the winter for all the newbies to the slopes and experienced winter sport athletes. Together, they can join different classes and workshops and venture the first descends in the winter season.

Order of events at the Snowevent

Every ski and snowboard course will be supervised by qualified instructors, who were trained by the HSZ. The courses for beginners take place from 8 pm to 10 pm. A registration beforehand is required due to the limited capacity. Advanced skiers can also participate in the technique, pole riding and fun park areas without separate course registration. A general registration for the event is required for all participants. In addition to private self travel, the HSZ offers the possibility to travel together with the shuttle bus to the ski hall in Landgraaf. The buses will depart between 6 and 7:15 p.m. from Bend Square. The return journey with the shuttle buses will take place between 22:30 and 0:15.

Tickets to the Snowevent and ALMA Snowevent

The presale began at the beginning of October and was a great success. Only a few places are still available and can be booked on the event page of the HSZ. Those, who were not able to book a place in the Snowevent can look forward to the ALMA Snowevent on November 15. The ALMA Snowevent is an international snow event oft the university sports institutions of Aachen, Liége, Hasselt-Diepenbeek and Maastricht. The ALMA Snowevent will also take place in the ski hall in Landgraaf. The special aspect of the ALMA Snowevent is that all courses as well as workshops will be conducted in English. The registration for the ALMA Snowevent is already open.

For further information you can visit the HSZ website.