- Skiing and Snowboarding
Suitable for ages: Babies and Toddlers (0-3), Young Children (4-8) and Older Children (9-12)
Venue type: Indoor
Snozone Castleford houses a 170m slope blanketed with 1500 tonnes of real snow. Year-round, this fabulous indoor slope means you can ski, snowboard and toboggan with all the family – even in the height of summer.
With a SnoAcademy for children just learning their way around the slopes, from ages 3 – 15, to special family fun activities including sledging the traditional way and Yooner sledging, this is an easy way to involve everyone when you take to the slopes. Even little ones aged 2+ who aren't that confident on the slopes yet can have fun when they take part in Snoplay, where they can make snow angels and have fun! These sessions end with a free child's drink afterwards, and then a free session in Castleford's soft play.
Freestyle nights are available for those experienced enough on the slopes, with a variety of obstacles and jumps, and lessons are available for those who need a little more help. Book this privately, with a group or with the whole family.
Whichever you choose, you don't have to be kitted out with the best and most expensive gear around. Equipment is free to use, and snowsuits can be hired. The only things you'll need are gloves and socks, and they can be bought from Snozone!
Enjoy your time on the slopes with your family—and come back for more!
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Toilets Available
- Baby Changing Available
- Parking Available On-site
Getting There and Contact Information
Colorado Way, Glasshoughton, Castleford, West Yorkshire, WF10 4TA, England
Click here to visit SNO!zone's website
0871 222 5671
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
364 days a year. We are only closed on Christmas Day! Winter Opening 9am until 11pm
Vary according to age and activity.
There are plenty of toilets and changing facilities provided.
You can eat in the SNO!bar where food is served from 11am until 6pm with views of the full snow slope. Or you can enjoy snacks in 50fifty whilst wathcing the latest sport on one of the big screens.