Open practise is available to all competent skiers and snowboarders, from those developing
there new skiing and snowboarding skills to the more advanced racers and freestylers.
There is no need to book for general practice, each session lasts up to 1.5 hours.
Ski and boot hire is included in the price (there is a £3 charge for snowboard equipment).
Practice is available during any of our opening times, however Saturdays practice
is not available until 12.30pm due to Children’s Workshop Sessions and Vikings Ski
Recreational skiers & boarders must be able to control their speed & direction, unsafe
users will be asked to leave immediately.
Child under 15
Regular skier, boarder or frequent visitor? Want to meet other people with the same
interest and passion in skiing or snowboarding AND at the same time gain the benefit
of a host of discounts.
Check out the savings you can make on training courses, practice sessions and private
lessons when you join the club.
Membership runs from 1st September to 31st August
Annual Membership fees
Child (u15) £25
Partner & Family Membership £65 (Max two adult & three children)
Learning To Ski, Snowboard and Improve
We run a wide range of lessons and courses catering for complete beginners through
to advanced racers and freestyle ski and boarders.
Please view our ‘Lessons’ and ‘Courses’ pages for more information or Click Here…
NEW Freestyle Ski and Board area….Check it out!!!
Please note! - All our activities run in all weathers - toboggans, skis, snowboards
and ringo’s run better in the rain…and even faster in the snow!
At Suffolk Ski and Leisure Park you are welcome to come and ski or snowboard all
year round - as long as you can control speed and line (i.e. turn, slow down and
stop in control) and use the button lifts safely, you are welcome to go out on the
slopes at any time we are open (with the exception of Saturday mornings, which is
when the vikings race squad and children's beginner workshop are on the slope).
If you are new to artificial slopes the techniques & equipment you use on snow are
the same, with the only real difference being that skis and snowboards generally
glide easier and faster on snow; but once you’ve had a couple of runs you’ll soon
adjust . There are also a range of slopes and levels so you can start slowly and
work your way up to our main 180m slope, with automated sprinkler system to keep
things running along nicely!
As with any sport, practice makes perfect, and with over 30 years experience and
ex England Skier, Paul Trinder we can definitely say that if you can ski and board
well on an artificial slope, you will be in great shape for the mountains. Skiing
and snowboarding are also a great way to stay fit and improve core muscle strength.
So what are you waiting for….get in the garage and dig out those cobweb covered boots,
put on the luminous Nevica one piece suit (actually don’t do that), get yourself
down here and get practising! If you don’t have your own equipment (or your a bit
embarrassed to show off your eighties clobber) we can supply you with everything
you need - skis and ski boots are included in our prices, snowboards and boots carry
a small charge, but pads and helmets are free if required.
Finally, if you’re not sure about heading out on your own we run a range of instructor
lead sessions, from our Wednesday Coffee Morning through to one on one Private Lessons,
to help ease you in gently!