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Bracknell Ski Slope & Ice Rink

Skiing and Snowboarding, Ice Skating and Rollerskating, Indoor and Outdoor
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Location iconBracknell
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Attraction Information

John Nike Leisure Sport Bracknell is an excellent place for some frosty family fun, whether you fancy skiing, skating, or another slope related activity, there is something for everyone, with options available for children aged 4 and older.

The John Nike complex has an Olympic size ice rink, which is used by thousands of people each week. You can visit the Ice Rink for skating 365 days a year! They cater for all sorts of people with different abilities, so anyone can have a go. The ski centre is open throughout the year, and offers skiers, snowboarders and bladers of all levels the facilities to practice and learn new skills, on a fantastic artificial ski-slop with a Permasnow surface.

There are active ski and snowboard clubs at the centre where instructors are available to give you help and advice, and where you can meet and learn from others with similar interests. A number of birthday party packages are available, offering kids a great way to celebrate their special day with their friends. Activities on offer include ice skating with, or without instruction, toboggan rides, snowboarding, skiing, ice karting, and broomball!

Opening hours

Slope
Monday, Wednesday & Friday 15:00 - 21:00
Saturday to Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
Tuesday & Thursday private booking only

Ice Rink
Please see website for details

Last Entry

90 minutes before attraction closes

Location

Address

John Nike Leisureport Comples, John Nike Way,
Bracknell,
Berkshire,
RG12 8TN,
England

Phone number

01344 789000

Pricing

General Admission
Ski & Snowboard from £29.00
Snow Tubes from £9.95
Ice Skating (including skate hire) from £6.75

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