Want to take action to protect the environment and the future of winter sports?
We believe that skiers and snowboarders have a powerful voice and a responsibility to advocate for the environment and for decisive climate action. Here's how you can get involved.
1. Educate Yourself!
Start by plugging yourselves into the environmental news and learn about the issues that are effecting our climate and degrading the planet. From national policy changes to local transportation news - there are many issues that impact the future of snow sports and ways skiers can make a difference. We can help you keep up:
Sign up for our newsletter and follow us on social media. We'll keep you up to date on climate and ski news.
Check Out Our Resources:
Check out our resources on how you can get to the slopes without driving a personal car. We have guides for getting to Lake Tahoe and to the slopes from the Denver-Metro-Area.
Help us expand our car-free guides to your region - tell us how you get to the mountains without driving a personal car!
2. Get Involved in Snowriders' Campaigns
From Vermont? Sign our letter to Governor Scott in support of carbon pricing in Vermont. Accepting the real cost of carbon emissions is an essential part of continuing Vermont's climate leadership and protecting the future of snowy winters in New England.
Snowriders believes in the commitment the US made in Paris a year and a half ago and we're dedicated to transitioning to a 100% renewable energy economy. We know this is an essential step in combating climate change and protecting the future of snowy winters.
Right now, we're collecting statements from skiers and snowboarders across the country on why they believe in a 100% renewable future.
3. Join Snowriders International
Help build our movement of environmental skiers. Become a snowpack member today and be a part of our mission to promote the future of winter sports and protect the environment.