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We booked trial ski lessons for our kids. This was fun and the teaching part seemed well organised. The lesson includes materials however we found out at reception it does not cover ski pants so we had to pay extra to rent these. She also...More
As far as indoor ski parks go this is pretty well up there. The staff are very friendly and most accommodating. Their equipment has seen better days but I'm sure they have to contend with a lot of different clients of all ages and abilities....More
Arrived around 5PM with time to get ready / hire kit before our private lesson (€50) at 6PM. Price seems really high though skiing is an expensive sport. Skiing from 6PM gives you a 4 hour pass on the slopes of which there are 3...More
I have to be honest and say that SnowWorld is a great time most definitely an awesome idea. BUT SnowWorld over sell tickets way beyond capacity. On off nights or Days this place is amazing but when there busy it’s a mad house and the...More
The slopes are good fun for a few hours and the snow and cold are for real. It is not cheap although they appear to offer some good deals with meals as well. Try to avoid the crowds when we arrived the lessons just started...More
We visited to get the feel of being back on our skis, before our ski holiday in Austria. They recently opened a new piste, steeper and longer than the other one. The centre has everything. You can hire equipment, arrange tuition etc. We had a...More
During our son's half-term break, we signed him up for a few private lessons at SnowWorld. We checked the place out on a Sunday to see what it was like, and it was really busy but the staff at the counters were efficient and helpful....More
The most horrific SnowWorld ever. Overselling their designed capacity and traffic plan. Never seen so many children crying - before ours could even get through the turnstile they told us they never wanted to come back. The people here are GREAT, but all outgoing/incoming skiers,...More
Travelling to Snowworld Landgraaf from UK (1 Replies)
Can anyone advise the best way to travel to Snowworld from London and estimated travel time. Thank you.
August 01, 2011|
Hi there, Shortest is most likely Ryanair from Stansted to Eindhoven. From there about 2 hours by public transport (bus, train to Heerlen, bus again). All the best, <Erik> & [Sandya]
London, United Kingdom
Travelling from Maastricht to Landgraaf (2 Replies)
We are a group of nine (Adults & Children) flying to Maastricht airport and would like to know the cheapest way of getting to Landgraaf (SnowWorld) please.
February 09, 2014|
We will be arriving Monday afternoon departing Thursday morning.
London, United Kingdom
London to Snowworld Landgraaf (4 Replies)
What's the fastest route to Landgraaf? How long will it take?
July 04, 2011|
There are dfferent options, which one is cheapest depends on when you travel... Fly to Amsterdam from one of London airports, then train to Maastricht or Heerlen and bus or train to Landgraaf Or: fly to Eindhoven, and train onwards Or: fly to Brussels, train to Maastricht, and onwards as above Or: eurostar to brussels from London, and onwards. No idea on costs or hours, depends on dates as well!