FIS Safety Code

For your own personal safety and for that of others, all slope users should observe and abide by the International Federation of Skiers and Snowboarders Safety Code.

Do not endanger others.

Adapt the manner and speed of your skiing or snowboarding to your ability and the general conditions of the slope.

Choice of route
The skier/snowboarder in front has priority. Leave enough room for manoeuvre.

Leave plenty of space when overtaking a slower skier or snowboarder.

Look up and down the mountain each time before entering or starting your run.

Only stop at the edge of the slope or where you can be clearly seen.

When climbing up or down, always keep to the side of the slope.

Obey all signs and markings - they are there for your safety.

In case of accidents, please report to a member of SnowDome staff.

All those involved in an accident, including witnesses, should report all information to a member of SnowDome staff.

All the above rules are binding in law and apply to all slope users.

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Book Now for 20th July onwards

The SnowDome remains temporarily closed but in anticipation of a hopeful opening we are now accepting online bookings for Monday 20th July onwards. This opening date may be subject to change and in the event we are not open for your booking then our relaxed booking terms and conditions will apply to all guests with pre-booked activities, as follows:

Temporary Closure Relaxed Booking Terms & Conditions

For New Bookings (made after 21st March) - We want to reassure all our guests making future bookings to visit from 20th July onwards, if the SnowDome is not re-open in time for your future visit, we will refund the entirety of your booking or provide a transfer to a later date of your choice. You don’t need to take any action, we will contact you as required.

Please do contact Guest Services should you have any further questions at guestservices@snowdome.co.uk

We look forward to welcoming you safely back to the SnowDome as soon as it’s appropriate to do so.