The largest town in Buckinghamshire is known as Milton Keynes, locally abbreviated to MK. The largest town is located about 50 miles (80km) North-West of London, and there has been a positive deviation in the population from the previous years. The population was almost 230,000, according to the 2011 census. The name ‘Milton Keynes’ originated from one of the original historic villages in the area, currently known as Milton Keynes village.
Skiing being one the most reaction activity done in Milton Keynes and also Europe’s most significant indoor natural snow slope has opened. It is expected to become the breeding ground for tomorrow’s skiers and snowboarders. Getting to Milton Keynes Snozone is just over half an hour by train and another 10-minute drive by a cab driver if you’re coming from London. The 1,500 tones powdery snow is properly kept where it is frozen at minus 5 degrees, making a feeling of a real mountain slope. The Snozone is around 170m slope which is served by button tows.
If you want to take the skiing lesson, safety is compulsory first you need to wear a helmet; initially, helmets used to be provided but due to global pandemic covid-19 and hygienic reasons you are expected to buy one which along the skis, boots and waterproof jackets and trousers are included within the ticket price. At the snozone you are expected to wear gloves and socks you can buy, hire or carry one. Whether it is your first time on skis or experienced snowboarders, the Snozone has a wide range of indoor activities that will suit everyone and all abilities.
The Milton Keynes Snozone is the only United Kingdom indoor ski and snowboard center dedicated to teaching children and adults with various physical challenges and disabilities. There are course and lesson options on offer for any level, for instance, booking for a full day which is about 7.5 hours, and breaks are also included. For junior lessons, it is from 7 years.
The snozone is modified to provide ample parking for meetings and events and is easily accessible because over 200 trains link Milton Keynes daily, not forgetting the high-speed trains scheduled to London, Liverpool, and Manchester. The restaurant restaurants offer a delicious menu of home-cooked food such as pasta and burgers, including balanced vegetarian and vegan. Wines, spirits, beers, and sugar-free soft drinks are served from the licensed bars within the snozone.
Other attraction sites in Milton Keynes are Willen Lake, Milton Keynes Museum, and the Gullivers Dinosaur and Farm Park. Visit the town and have unlimited fun.