6 Drills to get you Ski Ready
Watch this short instructional video and try out the 6 featured ski drills at a snow dome near you in order to get yourself ski ready for the 2017/18 ski season!
Where to Ski & Snowboard in the UK
The slopes are closer than you think…
Whether you’re after an introduction to skiing or snowboarding before you jet off to the mountains, you need to get your ski legs back, or you simply can’t wait until your next ski holiday to enjoy one of your favourite hobbies! Whatever the reason, thousands of Brits pile to the UK snow domes every year for some fun in the snow. The slopes are closer than you think – dotted all over the country, snow domes can provide you with an affordable and convenient ski fix!
The Snow Centre | Hemel Hempstead
The UK’s newest snow dome, with a 160 metre main slope and the largest indoor ski lesson slope in the UK, we highly recommend the Snow Centre in Hemel Hempstead for those skiers and snowboarders that want to get some turns in on some real snow! We caught up with Ian Brown (Managing Director) and Pete Gillespie (Head of Snowsports) to find out who the snow centre appeals to, when is the best time to go, different lesson options, and much more…
SnoZone | Milton Keynes & Castleford
With snow domes located in both Milton Keynes and Castleford, Snozone provides slopes with real snow and a ski school that offers lessons for all abilities. Snozone also has some great freestyle facilities, with fresh terrain parks being sculpted every week.
To find out more, visit snozoneuk.com
Snow Factor | Glasgow
With a 168 metre long slope covered with real snow, Snow Factor is Scotland’s only real indoor ski slope. As well as having a ski school and rental facilities, there is also a pleasant restaurant, a beer hall and even an ice climbing wall – the recipe for a great day out.
To find out more, visit snowfactor.com
Snowdome | Tamworth
SnowDome has something for everybody; not only can you enjoy a 170 metre slope covered in real snow, but there are also gym facilities, a swimming pool and an ice rink! Furthermore the dome has two separate learning zones where you can either practice your turns by yourself, or book a lesson through the ski school – either way, it’s a great place to learn.
To find out more, visit snowdome.co.uk