dry slope

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dry slope

n
(Skiing) an artificial ski slope used for tuition and practice. Also called: dry-ski slope
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In summer you can strap yourself to a glider, go dry-slope ski jumping and even ski on the glacial ice far up on the highest peaks.
As well as dry-slope skiing, rock climbing and raftbuilding, they took the mountain railway to the top of Snowdon.
Our winners will enjoy two nights' full board and return travel to the centre of their choice where they can take part in exciting activities like abseiling, archery, canoeing, climbing, dry-slope skiing, fencing, kayaking, raft-building, motorsports, and much, much more.
Next time you're planning a family outing, instead of going to the movies, you could go swimming, bowling, paint-balling, climbing, dry-slope skiing - the list is endless.
Firstborn is also a dab hand at arranging to partake of expensive activities such as climbing and dry-slope skiing and then saying that he "NEEDS" more money.
She tried ice skating, climbing and dry-slope skiing.
Quad-biking, fencing, dry-slope skiing are also among more than 40 fun pursuits available from 3D Active Families (tel: 0800 169 9783, or www.
Fearless is one of the country's top dry-slope slalom skiers and hopes to compete abroad after Cheltenham, although he knows he won't get much match practice in the Cotswolds.
Next time you're planning a family outing, instead of going to the movies you could go swimming, bowling, paintballing, climbing or dry-slope skiing instead.
The centre provides a range of activities for youngsters, including dry-slope skiing, pool and snooker.