The UK’s most interactive winter sports show returns to Birmingham’s NEC from Friday 26th to Sunday 28th October and is the perfect half term day out.
If you’re taking to the snow for the first time or just looking to finely tune your parallel turn then the indoor Skills Slope gives you an ideal opportunity to gain expert tuition from skilled
Youngsters can also enjoy tubing as well as playing in real snow with the folks
from the Snowdome.
If getting air is more preferable then the Big Air Freestyle Show will have spectators transfixed as the team performs some amazing tricks and jumps during what will be their only UK performance for 2012.
Plus there will be all the latest technical equipment as well as fashions from the biggest brands in winter sports, offering expert advice on the latest clothing, equipment and gadgets.
There will also be expert Q&As and special guests in the Talk Theatre.
Looking to book a winter break? There is a fantastic and diverse range of hotels, self-catering packages, chalets and resorts from all over the world at amazing show bargain prices.
After last year’s show debut, the breathtaking Animal Bike Tour is back to showcase its thrills and spills as part of the Summer Mountain zone. Or reach a new high of your own by testing your skills and nerve on the Mountain Climbing Challenge.
The British Ski and Board Show, sponsored by the Daily Telegraph, is open from 12noon until 7pm on Friday, 10am until 6pm on Saturday and 10am until 5pm on Sunday.
Tickets are now on sale and prices range from as little as £5 for adults with great savings for purchasing in advance. Child tickets costing £3 each throughout the show. For more information, the latest updates or to book tickets, visit www.britishskiandboardshow.co.uk or telephone the booking
line on 0844 581 0734.