Torchlit Ski & Board, & Fireworks below!

  • skiing

  • 2 hrs

  • Up to 40 people
  • house-outline

    North Wales Snowsports Club

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    Llandudno, GB

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  • Description

    This special event is for anyone who wants to come along and have a ski or board, and watch the famous Llandudno Fireworks display, from the unique and unobstructed view from the top of the Llandudno ski slope.

    The fireworks will be at 5.30pm when we'll switch the slope lights off to have an unfettered view of the fireworks below!

    We'll also do a torchlit descent of the slope (in the semi-dark) so bring your head-torches, lanterns, wrap yourself in fairy lights, or neon wristbands, and come and welcome in and light up the winter with us!

    The rest of the session we'll be skiing and boarding, there will be features available to make use of (be sure to check in with the coaches first), and a slalom course for those that are willing and able.

    Come ski & board with us and have some fun.


    Minimum ability - you must be able to control speed and direction from at least the middle of the slope, turn, stop, and use the lift unaided.



    Visit our website for more information on the NWSC,

    Further Enquiries

    If you wish to contact us to make further enquiries, then enquire at one of our sessions, or you can do so via our Facebook page - North Wales Snowsports Club | Facebook


    The New Season Memberships begin on the 1st Oct 2023.

    Full membership of the North Wales Snowsports Club is not a requirement to participate in these sessions, the standard rate includes the temporary membership required. However becoming a full member does entitle you to significant reductions on all regular NWSC sessions, and the general use of the Llandudno slope outside of the clubs session times. If you are not a current member or wish to renew, then you can find out more and join via the link on here


    You will need to be capable of descending the slope, from at least the middle, making controlled linked turns.

    Parents of any children under the age of 16 are expected to remain at the centre, within sight of the slope, or make suitable arrangements otherwise, in case they are required.

    The supervising coach will reserve the right to ask participants to leave the slope should their ability not be up to the required standard, and / or potentially be at imminent risk of harming themselves or others.

    What to bring

    The price includes hire of equipment from the slope at Llandudno if you don't have your own.

    You must bring (your own) gloves, and wet weather gear is advised in case of rain, and baring in mind that there are also sprinklers on the slope to consider.

    Helmets are essential for this session.


    Skiing or boarding on the slope around markers and features, and amongst other slope users.


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