Skiing and snowboarding lessons are fun and exciting, with the bonus of building muscle and fitness at the same time! Craigavon Golf & Ski Centre are running a series of courses over the autumn/winter period, catering for learners at different stages in their ski journey, whether you are looking for continuous training, a refresher session, or you are just beginning. The ski school consists of highly qualified ski instructors, meaning you will learn to ski with the very best guidance.
If you are searching for an exhilarating and productive after-school activity for your child to get stuck into, then why not consider the drop-in ski clubs running on Tuesday evenings from October to April. The Penguins Ski Club caters for 5-8-year olds from 5pm-6pm and the Alpine Ski Club is suitable for 9-12-year olds and runs from 6.30pm-7.30pm. The one-hour instructor-led slope sessions are open to all children who are already able to ski, have completed at least one private lesson/ beginner course with the centre and can use the ski lift. The sessions cost £10 and bookings can be made here.
Thanks to our friends at getactiveabc we are giving two families the chance to win one of these two sessions at Craigavon Ski Slopes:
– A family snowtubing session for up to five people
– A family ski session for up to five people
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Craigavon Golf & Ski Centre is set in beautiful wooded surroundings near the shores of Lough Neagh. It boasts a premier outdoor 300ft dendex artificial ski slope, pona tow lift on the main slope, beginners nursery slope area and snowtubing slope. Suitable for both beginners, advanced skiers and snow boarders, the centre offers lessons, coaching, equipment hire and children’s parties. Get some pre-ski season practice and brush up on your skills on these year-round slopes. We promise an experience that will live long in the memory!
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