The Scotland Ski & Snowboard Show

If you are planning a ski holiday and want to know more, check out the latest equipment or even get yourself a job in resort then check out the ski and snowboard show in Scotland.

scotland ski and snowboard show

Scotland Ski and Snowboard show is held annually and is now in its fourth year. It is one of the UK’s premier snow exhibitions. In 2013 the show will be held at the Glasgow SECC on the 18,19 and 20th October.

The headline sponsor for the show is Chamonix Mont Blanc.

What's There for Me?

At the show you will find everything you need for your ski or snowboard holiday from booking a holiday there to checking out all the latest ski and snowboarding equipment. You can also watch some of the best professional skiers and boarders taking part in a live freestyle show.

100 exhibitors will be there including top retailers offering top brands at some great discounts for skiing and snowboarding equipment and clothing.

- Freestyle "Big Air" show on a huge 40 foot kicker
- Danny Macaskill's Cycle Stunt Team - The Clan
- Interactive Climbing Wall
- BrewDog Après-Ski Bar

In addition, if you are looking to work a ski season then you may want to come and talk to some major employers and grab yourself a job.

In 2011, 12,000 visitors came to the show many with the express intention of booking a holiday or buying new skis or other equipment. In 2013 if you buy a ticket for the event you will also gain free entry to the Scottish Outdoors Show which runs simultaneously with this event.

So How Do I Book?

If you book tickets in advance the cost is £10.

Included in this price is a 2 for 1 lift pass at a Scottish ski resort worth £15 and a free beginners ski lesson at Bearsden Ski Club. If you purchase tickets on the door the cost will be £12.

What Next?

Go to either www.scotlandsskishow.co.uk to find out more, or book tickets at www.ticketsoup.com

 

By Will Smith

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