See below for an overview of all Frequently Asked Questions. Is your question not there? Then please contact us on +31 (0)45 54 70 700.
For free skiing and free snowboarding, you need to reserve a time slot online. Rental equipment is optional and can be booked in the reservation module. There is always sufficient material in stock, as there is always plenty in supply. You can come here 365 days a year.
The temperature is -5°C on the pistes at SnowWorld. Warm clothing is recommended and gloves are compulsory. A helmet is not compulsory, but we do recommend you wear one.
You can hire a ski suit and helmet here, and purchase gloves.
Here you can hire a ski suit, shoes and helmet. Gloves can be purchased.
We always have enough equipment in supply!
Your ski pass timer always stops when you leave the piste within the allotted time. The timer continues on your return to the piste. So you can feel free to leave the piste without the time on your ski pass running out.
A helmet is compulsory for kids up to 12 years in lessons and courses: a helmet is given out for use at no charge. A helmet is not compulsory for regular visitors, but we do recommend you wear one. For €2.50 you can hire a SINNER helmet here.
Ski passes purchased at the checkout are valid only for the day of purchase.
Online ski passes are valid for one year, up until the day they are cashed in.
From our restaurant, spectators can easily watch what's happening on the pistes.
There are always enough lockers available to store your things. You pay €0.50 a time.
Absolutely! You can bring your own, or hire one from us.
You are only allowed on the piste with a valid ski pass. If you want to be there with your children, partner, family or friends, you must have a ski pass. You can of course watch the pistes from our atmospheric piste restaurant. In the meantime, you can enjoy a sandwich, mug of soup, snack or a warm meal. But there's coffee, hot chocolate and apple strudel there ready for you too!
Dogs are welcome at SnowWorld, provided they are accompanied and on a leash. Dogs are not allowed on the pistes.
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