Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do I register for the show?
Q: How far is my hotel from the convention center?
A: Go to www.siasnowshow.com/hotels
to see our list of hotels and the distance from the Convention Center. All SIA hotels are in walking distance of the Show.
Q: What kind of food can I get at the show?
A: Between the food courts on the show floor and the concession outlets along the perimeter, there are a wide variety of dining options.
Examples include burgers, pizza, crepes, salads, baked potatoes, chili, sweets, and paninis.
Q: What’s the weather like in Denver?
A: The biggest surprise for visitors to Denver is the climate. The arid conditions bring only 8 to 15 inches of annual precipitation and locals wake up to more than 300 days of sunshine a year. That’s more annual hours of sun than Miami and San Diego. Winters are mild with an average daily high temperature of 45 degrees Fahrenheit and days reaching 60 degrees are not uncommon. Snow doesn't stay on the ground long in Denver so golf courses and outdoor cafes are able to stay open all year.
Text courtesy of Visit Denver
Q: How do I get from the airport to the Show Site?
A: Planes, Trains and Automobiles will get you to the SIA Snow Show. Ground transportation to and from the Denver International Airport and around Denver vary from Taxi, Share-Ride Services, RTD/Public Transit
, and more. Information regarding ground transportation options available at the Denver International Airport can be found HERE
Q: What are some tips for dealing with Denver’s altitude?
A: Denver really is exactly one mile high.
Don't let anything you hear about the mile-high altitude scare you. The air is just thinner and dryer. In fact, many people with respiratory problems move to Denver for the benefits of the dry air. Just follow these simple tips and you will very likely not even notice the difference.
- Drink Water
- Monitor Your Alcohol Intake
- Eat Foods High in Potassium
- Watch Your Physical Activity
- Pack For Sun
- Dress in Layers
- Enjoy Yourself!
High Altitude Tips Courtesy of Visit Denver
Q: What are the show hours?
A: SIA Snow Show;
- January 28 9A – 6P
- January 29 9A – 6P
- January 30 9A – 6P
- January 31 9A – 1P
Q: How do I find out about after-hours networking events and parties?
Q: Are children allowed at the show?
A: Yes, but if they are under 16, they must be escorted by an adult. There is a Day Care Service available onsite at the Convention Center. SIA contracts with New Thomas Learning Centers to provide the service. For reservations, call Kelly at 303-639-5977, firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: How do I register for the On-Show Demo/Ski-Ride Fest?
Contact SIA's Patricia Grenke at PGrenke@snowsports.org
or 703-506-4222 to start the process.
ON-SNOW DEMO FAQs
Q: Where do I pick up my badges for the On-Snow Demo/Ski-Ride Fest?
A: All On-Snow Badges can be picked up at the SIA Snow Show in Denver starting 1P on Thursday, January 28 at SIA Registration and the SIA Information Booth. Avoid the lines and pick up your badges in Denver before heading to the mountains.
If you're on skis, complete a DIN Setting form at the USRA Booth in Denver, located right next to Registration.
Q: How do I book lodging for the On-Snow Demo/Ski-Ride Fest?
A: To book lodging for the 2016 On-Snow Demo/Ski Ride Fest call Copper Mountain at +1 (866) 837-2996 and reference group code 1775.