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Via this page we will keep you informed about the Corona measures taken by SnowWorld.

Update 18 November 2020

Following the press conference on 17 November, we have adjusted the CORONA-19 measures for our SnowWorld sites. All measures in force up until two weeks ago have been resumed. 

SnowWorld may once more increase the maximum capacity for our sites in Amsterdam, Landgraaf, Rucphen and Terneuzen. Reserving in advance remains obligatory, but it is no longer necessary to make a reservation per piste. In addition, it is again possible to purchase 1, 2, 4-hour and day ski passes in our ticket shop.

For all our SnowWorld sites, group lessons for adults will be resumed, and private lessons can again be booked for a maximum of 6 persons.

 At the request of the Haaglanden Safety Region, we may not yet increase our maximum capacity at SnowWorld Zoetermeer. There, reservation per piste is still in force. Are you an experienced skier and fancy a longer run? Then reserve a slot on piste 3. Are you trying out skis for the first time, or want to work on your technique in a quieter area? Then reserve a slot on piste 1 or 2. For the real daredevils, we have a restricted fun-park on piste 2. Is your preferred piste full? Then take a look at the possibilities on another day or time. It is not possible to change piste during your visit.

UPDATE MOST RECENT CORONA MEASURES

SnowWorld in general:

  • Face masks are worn by our staff, guests are strongly advised to wear a face mask, bandana or buff as a face covering.
  • If you not have a face mask, these can be purchased at the SnowWorld cashier.
  • Wearing mouth and nose protection is not necessary on the slopes, although it is recommended
  • The basic rules as described below remain applicable

Catering:

  • Our restaurants and other catering facilities will be closed from October 5, 2020, until further notice
  • During the catering closure of SnowWord, it is allowed to bring your own food and drink to a limited extent.
  • During the SnowWorld catering closure, it is not allowed to have food or drinks delivered to one of our locations.

Ski slopes:  

  • Online reservation remains mandatory - in this way, a visit to SnowWorld remains safe.
  • You can arrange to visit us with a group of 4 people, children up to and including 12 years old do not count. If everyone belongs to one family, the group may also be larger.

Groups and business:

  • Our conference rooms are not available at this moment. 

Ski school:

  • Private lessons are possible for a maximum of 6 people per teacher.
  • For all children up to 12 years old, a maximum of 1 parent/supervisor is allowed up to the slope entrance gates. 
    • From the age of 12, no further supervision is allowed due to the limited capacity; supervision is then only possible up to the main entrance (the supervisor is thus not allowed to enter).

The slopes come with a fresh layer of crisp snow, so entirely ready for your arrival!

We will do everything we can to ensure that your visit to SnowWorld takes place in a safe manner and apply the guidelines of the RIVM. For this reason, all guests must purchase a ticket online and reserve a time slot. This allows us to guarantee the maximum capacity and everyone can safely enjoy a day of winter sports in their own country!

Buy your ticket and reserve a timeslot

WE CAN ENJOY A SAFE OUTING, IF WE WORK TOGETHER!

  • The following applies overall: most importantly, use common sense
  • Stay at home if you have one of the following symptoms (even mild): runny nose, coughing, tightness of the chest, or fever
  • Stay at home if someone in your household has a fever (temperature over 38 degrees Celsius) and/or tightness of the chest. Once everyone has been symptom-free for 24 hours, you can go back outside
  • Stay at home if anyone in your household has tested positive for the corona virus (COVID-19)
  • Keep a distance of 1.5m from others when outside your household (except for children under 12)
  • Cough and sneeze into your elbow and use paper tissues
  • Regularly wash your hands with soap for a minimum of 20 seconds
  • Avoid touching your face
  • Do not shake hands
Reception

Corona measures - Front Office

  • Keep a distance of 1.5 metres away from other visitors
  • All visitors must buy a ticket online and reserve a time slot.
  • At the entrance, a check is made to ensure you have a valid piste ticket.
  • At the entrance, you are asked whether you are free of Corona symptoms.
  • Payment is only permitted by PIN or contactless.
  • Follow the walking routes marked out in the premises to ensure 1.5 metre distancing
  • Disinfect your hands regularly
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Rental

Corona measures - Rental

  • Keep a distance of 1.5 metres away from other visitors in the rental area
  • Changing at home or in the car is mandatory, changing rooms at our premises are closed
  • Wear gloves when accepting the hire items
  • The use of disposable socks is required for wearing hire shoes
  • The use of a disposable balaclava is required for wearing a hire helmet
  • Disinfect your hands regularly
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Piste

Corona measures - Slope

  • Keep a distance of 1.5 metres away from other visitors
  • Wearing gloves is required when on the slope
  • Follow the signing and markings on the slope and at the lifts to ensure distancing of 1.5 metres.
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Catering

Corona measures - Catering

  • Our restaurants and other catering facilities will be closed from October 5, 2020, until further notice
  • During the catering closure of SnowWord, it is allowed to bring your own food and drink to a limited extent.
  • During the SnowWorld catering closure, it is not allowed to have food or drinks delivered to one of our locations.
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Frequently asked questions

When will SnowWorld reopen?

SnowWorld will open its doors again on July 1! To ensure safety, it is mandatory to buy a ticket online in advance and to reserve a time slot. Click here to purchase a ticket and reserve a time slot.

I bought tickets online at SnowWorld.com. Can I still use it?

Tickets for SnowWorld are valid until 30 September 2020. So you can still use them later.

I bought tickets online via an external party. Can I use then?

In accordance with the external party, we have decided to make the tickets valid until 30 September 2020. So you can still use them later.

What have the employees of snowworld done recently?

 

SnowWorld has worked hard recently, with employees performing various activities in a safe environment and at a safe distance from each other. A lot of maintenance has been done and the slopes are provided with a fresh layer of cracking snow!

Can I still book my event?

 

Organizing an event at SnowWorld is still possible. We are happy to inform you about the options and measures we take. Please contact reserveringen@snowworld.com for a free quotation.

Will I receive compensation for my membership from the period when SnowWorld was closed?

SnowWorld has decided to stop collecting membership fees. As long as SnowWorld has been closed, all membercard holders have been frozen. Cardholders will also be compensated in time for the closing period in March for which membership fees had already been collected. Cardholders who do not use direct debit and who have paid in advance will also be compensated in time for the closing period. This of course only concerns the period in which the subscription was valid and as long as we have been closed. This applies to anyone with an annual card, 3-month card, monthly card, Club SnowWorld card, Team annual card and Team training card. Guests who have a subscription have been notified by email.

Can I make a new booking by telephone?

Booking by telephone is not possible, booking is only possible through our website.