Since starting in 1973 with a handful of exhibitors, the Telegraph Ski & Snowboard Festival has grown into a spectacular weekend of alpine-inspired fun filled with après-themed street food and bars, live music, plus the chance to check out all the latest gear and the world’s best ski resorts.
New attractions include dog sledding and the Snow+Rock Climbing Wall, while favourites like the ice rink and the Mount Battersea slope have been refreshed to help elevate your experience in 2018.
Taking place over half-term, visitors can expect plenty of games and activities for kids including an arts and crafts zone, face painting, and a stellar line-up of entertainers.
Visitors will be able to brush up their skills before heading to Mount Battersea to watch the British Ski & Snowboard Team soaring into the air
The festival will be hosting London’s largest indoor ski centre, Chel-Ski Slope, too. Visitors will be able to brush up their skills before heading to Mount Battersea to watch the British Ski & Snowboard Team soaring into the air demonstrating tricks performed at the recent Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
The festival’s music line-up includes surfers-turned-rockers Sunset Sons, and there’s an exceptional comedy line-up too.
And then there are the experts: if you’re feeling out of your depth planning your next winter break, you can visit the Travel Genius Bar, where one of the Telegraph Experts will help you plan your ideal holiday with all the great resorts, from Whistler to Val D’Isere.
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