City Ski Championships - Verbier 2018

Jonas Ernevi •

This winter the City Ski Championships hosted by Momentum Ski will take place in Verbier, Switzerland between the 1st and 4th of February, 2018. Why not get a team together (or not) and join us for an action packed, fun few days of ski racing, apres ski, dinners and partying? With plenty of opportunities to mix business with pleasure, including the The Financial Times Alpine Forum and avalanche education workshops hosted by James Morland, it's a weekend not to miss out on. More details of the event and how to join can be found below the video.

City Ski Championships Verbier Highlights

The City Ski Championships offers Europe‘s business and financial community with an opportunity to network and entertain clients in a personal, relaxed environment and is now widely recognised as the premier alpine event for business executives. It also just so happens to be one of the most fun weekends in the Alps this winter.

In 2018 invited celebrity guests include Marcus Brigstocke, Amy Williams, Damon Hill, Colin Jackson, Marcus Wareing, Rufus Hound, Tommy Moe, Heston Blumenthal,Sir Steve Redgrave, Victoria Pendleton and Frank Gardne.

For a full information pack or simply to find out more please contact Jessica at Momentum Ski on +44 207 183 6096 or jessica@momentumski.com.

Join us for one of the best weekends in the alps

Get Involved

Featured Adventure
Heli-skiers arrive at yellow helicopter

Heli-Ski Safari

By Jonas Ernevi •

This is not your regular Canadian heli-skiing. This is big wild northern British Columbia and compared to southern BC with all of its heli-ski operations sandwiched together; it’s like a different country.

 
Deep powder skiing in the trees

The Best of What's Left in 2017

By James Morland •

We are getting down to the last few places in 2017. Here's our selection of the best of what's left including a couple of pretty special offers.

Featured Adventure
Deep in the JaPow

JaPow - A Japanese Powder Expedition

By Jonas Ernevi •

Leave the crowds behind and cruise through the ghostly Japanese forests of birch and beech trees catching a quick breath as you surface from yet another turn.