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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The France specialist is opening a 65m-long outdoor dry-ski slope at its Domaine de Kerlann holiday parc in southern Brittany (July 8 to August 8), where holidaymakers can follow a day by the beach with a session on the piste.
Domaine de Kerlann, one of the largest and best-equipped holiday parcs in southern Brittany, is opening a 65m dry-ski slope and two toboggan runs from July 8 to August 9.
The slope also featured jumps and a half-pipe and next to the Snowflex slope was a traditional dry-ski slope, made up of a rope-like diamond mesh.
Ski-lovers can slalom around this informative site to discover their nearest dry-ski slope, how high and fast it is, and what level of expertise is needed to negotiate your way down it.
SPIRALLING insurance costs have been blamed for the closure of a North Wales dry-ski slope.
Skiing, not a sport immediately associated with mountain-less Brittany, is coming to the region for one month from July 8, in the form of a 65m long dry-ski slope and toboggan course at Domaine de Kerlann.