One Hour Main Slope Ski or Snowboard Pass For One (£9.50) or Two (£19) at Chill Factore
- Summer holiday activity for the family
- 180 metre real snow slope
- Skiing, snowboarding, tubing, sledging and ice slide
- Hire of boots, skis, snowboard and ski poles
- Suitable clothing available to be hired
- Close to Manchester Trafford Centre
- Numerous shops and restaurants
- 7 days a week with late night entry
Groupon valid for 1 or 2 people, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Booking required via Chill Factore call centre. Excludes main slope events. Gloves must be worn on slope. Warm waterproof clothing advised, waterproof trousers and jacket hire available for £5. All users must sign disclaimer to confirm they meet 'Minimum Main Slope Standard’. Excludes main slope events. Standard Chill Factore terms and conditions apply. Visit www.chillfactore.com for more details and for information about our cancellation policy. Original value based on peak time prices.
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Skis are excellent tools for propelling people down slopes at intense speeds but they also make for fine waddling duck impressions. Avoid falling a-fowl with today’s Groupon from Chill Factore. Choose from the following options:• £9.50 for a one hour main slope ski or snowboard pass for one (Up to £25 value)
• £19 for a one hour main slope ski or snowboard pass for two (Up to £50 value)
Close to the famous Trafford Centre, Chill Factore is an alpine microcosm operating the UK’s longest real snow slope and hosts an arctic array of chilly pursuits for freeze fans. The sweeping slant stretches a length of 180 metres allowing avid slip ‘n’ sliders to do just that, with ample spread for skiing and boarding. For those on the cool side, not yet an icy expert, lessons can be taken to get tentative trailers up to piste speed or alternatively, customers can enjoy a sit-down slide with sledging or get on the tube with the 60 metre luge ice slide.
Groupon gadabouts, proficient in careering down the chilly causeway, can enjoy a slick turn on the icy track, either individually or with a frost-favouring friend, with a one hour pass to the main slope. Already an expert in controlling speed, direction, linked turns and stops, conquer the master terrain for a full hour as skiers or boarders battle it out with the mountainous giant in the form of fancy footwork and smooth manoeuvres.