How much could skiing and snowboarding at the snow dome cost?

    Published on May 6th, 2016 | by Jordan Kierans

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    If the plans for a Bristol snow dome get the green light, this is what you can expect to pay.

    The Snozone at Milton Keynes is a very similar set-up to the one being proposed for Bristol. The dome at Cribbs Causeway will likely be much smaller though, so our prices may end up being much cheaper. Here’s what Milton Keynes Snozone charges for slope passes, lessons and when it’s open:The Snowdome in Tamworth , Staffordshire

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    To use the main slope on your own you need to be able to link turns, control your speed, use a button life and fit your own boots. Passes include the hire of boots, skis/snowboards, poles and helmets.

    Adults one-hour pass £24.99, juniors £20.99

    Adults two-hour pass £34.99, juniors £29.99

    Adults three-hour pass £44.99, juniors £34.99

    Day pass (10am to 6pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday) adults from £49.99, juniors from £39.99

    Weekend evening session (Saturday and Sunday, 7-10pm) adults £29.99, juniors £19.99

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    Don’t know how to ski or snowboard and want to have a go? Book a lesson.

    Learn to ski or snowboard:

    Lesson 1 Adults £32.49 Juniors £27.99

    A 90-minute session which includes a full hour on the slopes and a 15-minute briefing before and after, this will give you all the basics if you’ve never tried skiing or snowboarding before. If you love it, there’s a course of four more lessons you can sign up for, at the same price for each 90-minutes, that will make you an expert.

    Beginners Day Course (over 16s) £175.99

    A single day’s course lasting up to 8 hours (including refreshment breaks). Expert coaches guide you through all the basic skills including how to turn and give you an introduction to steeper slopes, aiming to get you skiing or snowboarding downhill before the end of the day. This lesson is physically demanding so be prepared to be thoroughly exercised!

    Ski Plough to Parallel Day Course (over 16s) £129.99

    A full day course (8 hours including refreshment breaks) for skiers who have just learned to ski, who find themselves stuck in a snow plough, or who are coming back to skiing after a long time away, this lesson will improve skiers technique and understanding of how fitness, warming up, balance, posture and control of skis all contribute to very effective parallel skiing. You will be skiing confidently by the end of the day.

    Freestyle Day Course (over 16s) £129.99

    A full day course (8 hours including refreshment breaks) for skiers and snowboarders who can confidently descend the main slope indoors, or blue runs outdoors. You must be able to control your speed and direction through turns and show good balance and posture. You will be introduced to boxes and kickers and learn 180 grabs as well as confidently mastering flat land freestyle.

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    Opening hours:

    Yes you will be able to go in the evenings after school/work – and not only at the busy peak weekend times. In Milton Keynes the Snozone is open from October to April, Monday to Sunday, 9am to 11pm. From April 25 to September 30 the Snozone is open Monday to Wednesday, 10am to 10pm, Thursday and Friday 10am to 11pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 8am to 10pm.

    Source: Bristol Post

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