dry slope

dry slope

n
(Skiing) an artificial ski slope used for tuition and practice. Also called: dry-ski slope
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Senior pupils from the Coatbridge school have started a snowboarding course and enjoyed their first lesson at the dry slope at Bearsden Ski and Board Club.
He had represented Wales in skiing having learned the basics of the sport on the dry slope at Plas y Brenin, Capel Curig.
Yes I do ski and my first experience was on the dry slope in Sheffield which I hated and look at that now, like a wind swept old west town.
TALENTED teenager Gina Atkinson, right, has won a top prize in a skiing contest - and qualified as a dry slope instructor.
She has been victorious three times at the All-England Dry Slope Championships, and has also lifted the British Outdoor Dry Slope Championship.
Paul Keevil The dry slope in Llansamlet has been abandoned for years, not sure why a indoor one elsewhere will do any better in the long run.
For a dramatic effect on a dry slope, consider using big clumps of feather reed grass to add height to a sea of ground-hugging Stipa tenuissima.
He said: "Thanks to Disability Snowsport and other groups, Kit has been skiing on the dry slope in Edinburgh and at Aviemore.
It was at the dry slope near Sunderland and, thanks to a combination of ill-fitting boots and an inability to steer myself in anything like the right direction, it discouraged me from ever trying again.
This 910 inch high slope of soil around the trunk of mango trees remain dry when farmers irrigate the orchards and the minerals assemble at this dry slope instead of their accumulation at the active root zone of mango trees.
She qualified for the squad when she impressed as part of her school team, which made it through to the national finals of the ESSKIA dry slope slalom skiing competition in Norwich last autumn at their first attempt.