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Plastic ski slopes - suggestions (N.London/Herts/Essex)

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hi Everyone,

I'm keen to give most things a try to keep skiing whilst not in the Alps. I've been a number of times to Hemel and will continue to do so, you might have seen my comments on MK (won't be going back!), I've also tried the SkiPlex ski mats (again won't be going back).

I have not skied on a dry slope before (except for about 2 runs in Sheffield a long time ago!). I am keen to give a dry slope a try.

Does anyone go and if so can you recommend a dry slope in N.London/Herts/Essex? Or nearby. The threads on here are quote old and with lots of talk of many places lacking investment or closing down, I am not sure where we be good to try?

From a search on here and Google, I believe there is one in Welwyn (Gosling) and Brentwood. Are there any others?

Also, if i went I would be keen to get a lesson as it would be a new surface to get used to. So any instructor recommendations would also be great.

Thanks,
R
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Google "dry slopes england"?

I immediately found http://www.skiclub.co.uk/skiclub/infoandadvice/uksnowsports/ukslopesmap.aspx#.WMF9upE8KhA
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Thanks, I've seen that beefore, but it doesn't tell me whether it is falling apart at the seams or has good instructors.
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@rossyl, fair enough then. The Brentwood site seems a little under construction.
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