Chill Factore slashes ski prices

9th August 2017, by Abi Butcher

Rain-proof fun: why not go skiing this summer

Rain-proof fun: why not go skiing this summer

Since the great British summer is turning out to be a bit of a damp squib, why not go skiing? Chill Factor in Manchester, Britain’s longest indoor ski slope (at 180m) is slashing the prices of its lift passes and ski and snowboard courses over the next few days so families can enjoy some rain-proof fun.
From tomorrow (10 August) until Monday 14 August, Chill Factore is reducing skiing and snowboarding courses to just £85pp and offering hour-long lift passes for just £12, or two-hour passes for £17. One-hour lift passes are normally £17 and ski courses £99.

The ski and snowboard courses include Beginner, improver or developer levels that can be taken over one day, two days or two weeks.
Morwenna Angove, CEO at Chill Factore, said: ‘We are pleased to provide excellent fun for all the family to enjoy, regardless of the temperamental British weather. We hope to see lots of families join us on the slopes this summer, taking full advantage of our fantastic offers and we look forward to welcoming new faces, alongside our regular guests, to the slope.”

The slope is open from 9am to 10pm daily, and as well as skiing and snowboarding, Chill Factore offers a host of other family-friendly activities including a luge ice slide, tubing, sledging, climbing and an Alpine Village with shops, bars and cafes.

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