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Many of the outdoor and indoor snow slopes around the country host freestyle clubs and freestyle nights which are perfect if you want to try and get into freestyle skiing.

 

UK Slopes and Facilities:

There are a great number of slopes around the country offering different challenges. Click here to locate your local slope.

 

Southern freestyle club

http://southernfreestyle.co.uk/

 

Northern Freestyle

http://northernfreestyle.org/

 

Kent Freestyle

There are regular freestyle sessions held at Chatham dry slope - check out the times on our Upcoming Events calendar. Visit our website at  at http://kentfreestyle.com/

 

Bromley Ski & Snowboard Centre

They have training 8-10pm on Tuesdays and trampolining on Friday nights at White Oak Lesiure centre, which costs £5 for 2 hours (7.30-9.30pm)... For more details visit http://www.bromleyski.co.uk/

 

Calshot Activities Centre

Freestyle is 7pm to 9:45pm every Wednesday night. For more details http://www3.hants.gov.uk/calshot/snowsports.htm

 

Chatham Freestyle Nights

Freestyle nights on Thursday evenings from 8pm to 10pm. A good variety of jumps and rails on the longest artificial slope in Kent and the South East. For more details visit http://www.chathamskislope.co.uk

Norfolk Snowsports Club

Freestyle meets every Thursday, sessions from 6-10pm. Training for skiers is from 7-8:30pm on a Sunday and for boarders 8:30-9:30pm on a Monday. For more details visit http://www.norfolksnowsports.com/

 

Sno!Zone, Castleford Moguls Training

Moguls sessions happen every 3rd Sunday weekend of month, with a jumps session the 2nd Sunday weekend of each month. For More details visit https://snozoneuk.com/

 

Friday Freeski Nights

On selected Fridays 7:00pm to 9:00pm there is a Freestyle coaching session at Xscape, Castleford for Sharks Club Members. If you want to take part and are not a member, follow http://www.sharks.org.uk/  for details of how to join. The exact dates of the sessions are also given there. 

 

Bracknell Freestyle

Each Sunday 9am to 11am and Tuesday 7pm to 10pm there will be an organised Freestyle training session at Bracknell Slope. The setup is a mix of rails, jumps, boxes and quarterpipes. For prices and more information please visit the web site via the link http://southernfreestyle.co.uk/

 

Salomon Grom Camps

Even though the winter has come to an end in most European resorts, the Grom Freeski camps - www.salomongromcamps.co.uk - are still going strong and have loads of new events planned all over the country in the next couple of months. The U.K.'s no. 1 Freeski camps are for skiers of all ages and standards who want to learn freestyle skiing from the top British pros's which include James Woods aka Woodsy, Andy Bennett, Becky Hammond, Paddy Graham, Charlie Smith, Pat Sharples and many more. The camps have been going for over 3 years now and some of the biggest names in skiing have come from the Grom camps. The coaches reward the hardest working and most improved skiers with prizes at the end of each camp and there are also special prizes for best tricks. 

 

Moguls Training, Manchester

Monthly moguls training sessions are available on selected dates at Chill Factor, Manchester. For dates and details, visit http://www.chillfactore.com/lessons/advanced-coaching/moguls

 

Tamworth SnowDome

Board Stiff (skiers and boarders) – Tuesday 8.30pm -12.00am  -From £37

Fresh (skiers and boarders) – Saturdays 10.00pm – 1.30am – from £37

Info http://www.snowdome.co.uk/ski-snowboard/recreational/freestyle/

 

Swadlincote

Ramps and Rails – Wednesday 8pm -10pm - £10

Details can be found on Swadlincote Ski Centre Facebook page

 

Milton Keynes and Castleford

Thursday and Friday form 7pm – 2 hours from £21

https://snozoneuk.com/freestyle

 

Kendal Snowsports Club

Freestyle Skiing and Snowboarding Thursdays 17-30 – 20.00. Saturdays 13.00 – 15.00. Sundays 18.30 – 21.30.

Please contact club for more details

Info can be found at http://www.kendalsnowsportsclub.co.uk/times/

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The website www.freestylesnowsports.co.uk has lists of freestyle courses and training camps plus some good information on getting started. 

 

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