Dry Ski Slope is sporting events which is popular in the UK and the Netherlands.
It provide good feeling on skiing for skier even it is not looks like snow. It is using the plastic material that enable you to ski, snowboard or even go tubing.
There are several different surfaces are available in the world, however it is a common element with plastic bristles. Most of them have rope-tows, magic carpets or drag-lifts to take you up to the top, but the biggest ones have chair-lifts and sometimes more than one lift.
Dry ski slopes will provide a good introduction If you’ve never skied or snowboarded before.
There are many courses for experienced skiers to join,including race-training, and some have freestyle facilities such as boxes, rails, airbags, and mogul slopes.
Although the dry ski slope is good for learning how to ski, but you need to protect yourself as you would on snow. Since Artificial slopes are harsh to fall on, so you need to wear Jeans or tracksuit bottoms and a long-sleeved top will be fine.
One of the most common injuries is to the thumb, which can be wrenched in the matting if you fall. So please wear gloves or mittens. A helmet is essential too.