Share winning stats on the slopes this season with Garmin Snow Club

Ski Sunday presenters Graham Bell and Ed Leigh have signed up as Garmin Snow Club ambassadors to champion our new snowsports community.

Snow club site

Get more mileage from your time on the slopes armed with a Foretrex 401 wrist-worn GPS and upload your speed, descent, elevation and distance data at Garmin Connect for a chance to win a host of top winter prizes.

To celebrate the launch of Snow Club, we’ve joined forces with ten Garmin Test Centres across the Alps to give guests the chance to test-run our snow-friendly GPS for themselves. As well as tracking how fast, how high and how far you go, Snow Club lets you share your stats from the slopes and compete for bragging rights against visitors throughout the season.

Foretrex 401 keeps a record of where you’ve been as well as capturing your moments of excellence. Hit ‘TracBack’ when you’re ready to retire and it guides you right back to where you started, ready to upload the day’s data.

The season’s top scorers get a shot at winning a flurry of top prizes including a week’s winter holiday at one of the test centres next year and a range of Garmin GPS kit.

We continue our descent on the snow scene at the BRITS Snow and Music Festival in Switzerland from 21-28 March. Keeping the competitive spirit alive, we’re hosting the Garmin Downhill Challenge, encouraging revellers to charge down the slopes chasing the best time. The winner gets a return trip to defend their title next season.

If you want to bag two all-expenses-paid spots to this year’s BRITS, simply register your Foretrex 401 at MyGarmin for an entry into the prize draw.


Whether you're a seasoned pro or rank amateur, sign up to Garmin Snow Club to share your stats on the slopes and put the best to the test with the latest scores from Graham Bell and Ed Leigh.