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Win a Years Free Pass at the Snow Centre

It’s still snowing in Hemel Hempstead. The Alpine snow may have come to an end but that doesn’t mean you need to pack away your skis or snowboard until next season begins.

Essential Travel Snow Centre Giveaway

Maintain your technique and keep up your fitness levels on real snow at The Snow Centre in Hemel Hempstead. The closest real snow to London, the perfectly groomed 160m main slope is ideal for making sure you don’t lose the skills you’ve learned. Whilst the team of BASI qualified instructors offer the best coaching this side of the Alps to help you improve your standards still further.

You could WIN a years adult membership at The Snow Centre! To be in with a chance of winning just head over to our Facebook Page for all the details.

Competition Closes: 04/07/2012

Essential Travel Snow Centre Giveaway

What could you win?

If you’re serious about your skiing or snowboarding it’s well worth taking out a year’s membership as the benefits and cost savings are substantial.

Adult membership costs just £130 for the year and you’ll benefit from a massive 30% discount on all recreational sessions and group lessons with a 15% discount on private lessons - as well as a number of other offers exclusively for members. Sunday evenings with free hints and tips from the instructors are popular with members and the option to have video analysis of your performance will add real value to your development.

Essential Travel Snow Centre Giveaway

And if it’s more about not letting go of the sheer gnarly fun you can have on snow, Friday night freestyle sessions boast the biggest snow kickers in the UK with a different park every week – with lessons on how to hit rails, boxes and kickers if you don’t feel that confident. Members save 30% on sessions – and it’s a great night out too! For details click on or call 0845 258 9000.

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Dan Baker

Dan Baker

Dan graduated University in 2010 and came aboard the Essential Travel team shortly after. He brought with him a wealth of writing experience taken from his time studying and so it was only a natural progression for him to begin to write with us. Outside of work he is a keen sportsmen, traveller and socialite and it is clear throughout his work that these traits continue to influence his writing strongly.