British Ski + Board Show 2009

30 Oct-1 Nov 09

Hosted at the NEC Birmingham

The British Ski and Board Show celebrates 21 years at Birmingham’s NEC this year.

features include the return of the Aosta Valley Big Air Freestyle display team, featuring Olympic and World Champions on Europe’s largest indoor ski ramp. On the Skills Slope, Ackers Adventure’s instructors will be giving free skiing and snowboarding lessons as well as organising toboggan runs while International instructors will demonstrate all aspects of skiing from the basics to making those tight turns on the new style indoor ski slope.

Learn how to ice climb courtesy of Pinnacle Challenge on our specially designed eight-metre high ice wall made from a special ‘foamex’ which you can climb using specially modified equipment.

New features for 2009 include testing your limits on the Nordic challenge course which includes an assault course, cross country skiing and shooting against the clock. Take the Challenge and the fastest time will be crowned ‘Top Skier’ on our leader board!

The Fall-Line Skiing Magazine Talk Theatre hosts Henry’s Avalanche Talk. You can also meet Ski Sunday presenter Graham Bell and Britain's best ever winter Olympic contender, Zoe Gillings as she explains what it has taken to get to the pinnacle of international snowboarding and how she's getting ready to take on the world in Canada next February.

Find everything you need for the coming season in the extensive retail village with leading names offering exclusive show bargains. Over 150 exhibitors will offer the latest fashions, equipment, ideas and innovations, new product launches, international resorts, tourist boards and holiday companies from all over Europe and North America.

The British Ski and Board Show, sponsored by the Daily Telegraph, is open from 12noon until 8pm on Friday and 10am until 6pm on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are now on sale and prices range from as little as £4 for adults when purchased in advance while children’s tickets are just £2.50 each. For more information, the latest updates or to book tickets, visit or telephone the booking line on 0844 581 0734

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