If taking to the snow for the first time or just looking to finely tune that parallel turn then the indoor Skills Slope gives an ideal opportunity to gain expert tuition from skilled instructors. If getting air is more preferable then the Big Air Freestyle Show will have spectators transfixed as the team perform some amazing tricks and jumps during what will be their only UK performance during 2011.
Check out the latest fashions at the biggest ski shopping area enabling the visitor to gain expert advice before purchasing the latest clothing, equipment and gadgets. It also provides a one-stop shop for those looking to book a winter break by offering hotel, self-catering, chalet and resort information.
With plenty of advice on offer in the form of the Talk Theatre and the adrenalin fuelled Adventure Winter Film Festival there’s plenty to keep the visitor entertained. Food is in abundance with cuisine from around the World on offer to really tantalise those tastes buds.
New for 2011 is the stunning Animal Bike Tour, with stunt cyclists showcasing that you can do a lot more on a bike when its comes to enjoying the slopes in the summer once the snow has gone. Spring and summer on the mountainside is simply stunning with lush green grass, fresh mountain air, warm sunshine and an abundance of beautiful flora and fauna. Not to mention the fantastic scenery within which is a profusion of outdoor pursuits.
And don’t forget to take advantage of Slope Off Friday with an advance purchase adult ticket costing just £6.50 (£7.00 on the door). Why not start the weekend early and head to the show for some winter sport fun!. If the half term holiday is dragging and the kids are bored, what better alternative can you offer on a cold October afternoon at just £2.50 per child?
The British Ski and Board Show is open from 12noon until 8pm on Friday and 10am until 6pm on Saturday and Sunday. For more information, the latest updates or to book tickets, visit www.britishskiandboardshow.co.uk or telephone the booking line on 0844 581 0734