Practice Makes Perfect

If you’re new to the slopes or perhaps you haven’t practiced for a while, you can potentially avoid a painful and expensive injury abroad by having a go on a dry slope in the UK before you travel.  There are plenty of snow centres and dry slopes across the UK, so you’ll have no excuse for being rusty!

The old saying goes ‘Practice makes perfect’ and skiing can take some perfecting to get your co-ordination on point.

As a beginner, although you have more than likely booked in ski lessons at your resort (if you haven’t, we would really recommend that you do), it doesn’t hurt to have a go yourself at home to get your bearings.

 
 

We have compiled a list of the best ones around the UK for you, so you don’t have to do the leg work yourself.

Unfortunately for us in the south, the nearest real snow slope is in Hemel Hempstead which is ten minutes from Junction 20 on the M25.

It has lessons for beginners, a diner and bar, as well as hiring out outerwear for £7 which is super reasonable.

Others further north include:  – Snozone, Milton Keynes – SnowDome, Tamworth and – Snow Factor, Glasgow which is the biggest in the UK.

If the real snow slopes are too far away for you, here’s the top three in your surrounding areas.  All of them provide lessons if required.

Kent & Sussex:

 

Midlands: 

South & South West