Today is your final chance to register for this weekend's Hannes Schneider Meister Cup, the annual, nostalgic ski race at
Paying tribute to the grandfather of ski schools, the event combines a dual grand slalom race on lower-intermediate terrain with a celebration of Schneider's service as a mountain soldier in World War I. Skiers and spectators are encouraged to wear vintage gear, which could really range from a 1950's ski sweater to that garish, neon CB jacket you've got still hanging somewhere in the back of your closet. Prizes will be awarded for the best outfits.
Individuals can register to race for $75; five-member teams are $375. Entry fee includes your lift ticket, a reception on Friday evening, lunch, and après-ski appetizers. Proceeds go to benefit the
Click here for more information and to register.
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