What a load of rubbish.
I've never been before - I tend to stick to actual mountains and the odd trip to the local dryslope.
That is in no way snow. Its frozen icing sugar I'm sure. It doesn't feel or sound like snow.
The slope is tiny. I swear the dryslope at Kendal is bigger.
I went during the day today because Thursday and Friday nights are freestyle nights and they leave some rails and stuff out. The kickers were ridiculous and the rails were fenced off.
Plus the place was absolutely crawling with snowploughers (good on them learning and everything but I'd like to be able to pick up a bit of speed...)
Oh, and only one lift was open and the queue was huge.
Grrrrrrr. It cost far too much for that.
I'd rather ski on plastic (at least there's plenty to play on at Kendal)