90 Minute Adult Skiing or Snowboarding Lesson For One (£18) or Two (£36) at Snow Factor Braehead (Up to 55% Off)
- Indoor real snow slope
- Fully stocked alpine-style bar
- Wide range of activities
- Formerly SNO!Zone Braehead
- Hosts live music and events
- Choice of beginners' snowboarding or skiing lesson
- Qualified instructors
- 90 minute session
- Includes equipment hire
- Refreshment of cake and coffee
Limit 1 per person or 2 people. May buy 4 additional as gifts. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. £5 charge for transferring lessons within the 48 hour period. Must be 16 or older. Includes clothing hire of jacket and salopettes, skis, ski boots, ski poles or snowboard and snowboard boots. Customers must bring gloves to gain access to the slope. Original values based on most expensive options. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified on 5 April 2012 at 6.49pm.
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Snowboarding was originally developed by mountaineering chess grandmasters who realised they could have more fun by abandoning their boards and sliding down nearby hills. Explore the great indoors with today's Groupon from Snow Factor. Choose from the following options:• £18 for a 90 minute beginner lesson in skiing or snowboarding for one (Up to 55% off)
• £36 for a 90 minute beginner lesson in skiing or snowboarding for two (Up to 55% off)
Having carved out a sub-zero world where cannons blast out over 1,500 tonnes of cold stuff, Snow Factor belies its frosty interior to give amateur and experienced ice adventurers a warm welcome. All ability levels are catered for with a learner and main slope to challenge even the most penguin-like patron. After trying cold hands at artic activities such as skiing, snow-boarding, ice-sliding, and ice-sliding, visitors can glide over to the alpine-themed SNO!bar for some cockle-warming après ski.
Snow-bound students will hit the slopes for 90 minutes, opting for either a skiing or snowboarding lesson with a highly qualified instructor. Sessions will cover the essentials of basic technique, including balance, correct stance, and how to avoid spending the duration of your experience in a horizontal position. After gaining some confidence, participants will be shown more advanced moves, such as the snow plough, to wow onlookers with. With equipment included (up to £6.50), students will concentrate on substance over style and set off on the slippery slope to black-diamond run glory. Post lesson, ski bunnies can refuel with a piece of cake (£2.50) and coffee (£2.20) at the slopeside cafe.