Huge indoor real snow centre in Manchester offers skiing, snowboarding, lessons for all ages, kids snow school. Mini Moose Land is great for younger kids.
Trafford Quays LeisureVillage, Trafford Way, Greater Manchester M41 7JA
Active and Sport, Birthdays, Indoor Activities
Ages 5 - 12, All ages, Schools and Groups, Teenagers, Under 5s
(based on family of 4)
Fresh fun on snow and fresh new deals!
Spring into fresh new activities this month at Chill Factore. With loads to experience in Snow Park, you can enjoy a fun day in the snow with friends and family, no matter the weather outside.
Explore the wonders of Snow Park for just £15 per person, and £55 for a family of four for activities booked and taken by 5th May. Whizz at top speeds down the luges, ride the bumps of the donut lanes and race your friends on sledges. There is so much fun to be had at Chill Factore!
There’s even something for little ones under the age of 4! Discover real snow in Mini Moose Land, play hide ’n’ seek and explore the Moose Hoose. Best of all, this wonderland experience costs jsut £7 per child. Plus, adults go free!
Take advantage of the FRESH new offers on beginner lessons and courses, only £89 when you book before 31st May. You’ll be skiing (or snowboarding) in no time, thanks to the quality teaching you’ll receive from the expert instructors. If you are unsure about which snowsport you’d like to try, then give one of the ski or snowboard taster sessions a go. These sessions are perfect for anyone who has never donned a pair of skis or a snowboard before and are ideal for learning the basics. Best of all, you can book one of these tasters for just £25 or £89 for a family of four.
Located just off Junction 10 of M60 head towards the Trafford Centre and you’ll see the iconic slope shaped building on the Manchester skyline. Please note that Chill Factore has FREE parking for all visitors.
To view the opening times and further details please visit https://www.chillfactore.com
Chill Factore offers the coolest fun for for all the family this spring with excellent deals you won't want to miss, book now for family snow fun!
We visited Chillfactore and took part in a one hour session on the snow park. We've previously visited the Chillfactore to ski, play in the tots area and to Santa's Grotto, but we'd never tried out the snow park before. Our youngest child is 4, which is the lower age limit for the park. It was wonderful to be able to take part in this activity as a family of 6, without some combination of us 'watching' whilst the rest of the family had fun. We mostly took our own 'kit' with us, waterproof clothing and boots and helmets. We borrowed one helmet, these can be borrowed free of charge and there are plenty in a range of sizes to fit various family members. You can rent waterproof clothing and boots for an additional charge, for example £5 for a pair of waterproof trousers and £3 for boots. We had an action packed hour on the slopes enjoying a range of activities including: sledging; luge; slip and slide and downhill doughnuts. Everyone had tons of fun and didn't want to leave. We all loved the sledging the most, you could race on singles, go it solo, or team up on a double. For the doughnuts you ride up on a travellator, but the other slides you need to walk up a fenced off walkway - so as not to interfere with the sledging. If you get hot walking you might not need too many layers underneath your waterproof clothing. Helmets are compulsory in the snow park and quite rightly snow. When some people came outside without them on, we witnessed staff sending them off the slope to get properly kitted out, which is really positive. A few things to bear in mind if you fancy giving it a try: It's an expensive hour for a family - don't stand around chatting, get moving and make the most of your hour window. You can get two hours snow play for a few ounds extra, so you might want to consider that, although for very small children 1 hour is probably enough. Arrive in plenty of time - you'll need time to get kitted out, and for loo trips etc. The waiting area is a bit vague. We were told to wait on benches 7 and 8 for a safety briefing but there were lots of people sat there taking ski boots off and others who had already been on the slopes, so it was a little confusing. You could easily miss your group of people going outside. One of the staff will take you outside for a briefing. It's hard to hear, we only heard a couple of the things she said. What did we think overall? Overall it's a fantastic place to spend time as a family. Everyone has fun and it's an exciting place to be. There are plenty of lockers, changing facilities and so on and the Chillfactore is a great place to just chill out as a family.
9:26 AM February 11, 2019