Skiing In Aberdeen


Information about skiing in Aberdeen snow sports centre and Alford ski

Aberdeen Snow Sports are running their fantastic summer week long ski and snowboard camps. It is ideal for complete beginners and also for those experienced up to Freestyle camps. They are available for 4 year olds and up at all levels of ability and is a great way to get started for the winter or keep those skills for the winter.

6 years and up 70 for 15 hours of instruction (7years for snowboarding)

4-5 year olds just 50 for 7.5 hours (skiing only)

Freestyle ski and snowboard camps 40 for 6 hours of coaching (Monday and Tuesday)

All their courses lead onto continued learning in their block schedule after the summer. For dates and times please visit their website www.skiaberdeen.com/holiday-camps or telephone 01224 810215.

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Alford Ski Centre



This hosts a range of skiing and snowboarding classes. There is a full length and a nursery slope.



Alford Ski Centre
Greystone Road
Aberdeenshire
AB33 8TY


Built on the former Kaimhill Dry Ski Slope area, the Garthdee Sports and Alpine Adventure Park on Garthdee Road offers facilities for skiers and snowboarders of all experience. Lessons can be booked.



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