New Snow Show for the North

It is set to take place at the Chill Factore indoor snow centre in Manchester on October 4th and 5th.

The event is called ‘Northern Snow’ and entrance will be free to the general public.

The organisers claim the show will “showcase the finest selection of snowsports and lifestyle brands against the backdrop of real snow on the UK’s longest indoor slope.”

Visitors to Northern Snow will have the opportunity to:

  • Experience equipment testing from leading brands
  • Get on the snow with discounted Ski and Snowboard Lift Passes
  • Get started with discounted Group Ski and Snowboard Lessons
  • Get the experience with discounted Family Snow Fun activities on Snow Park
  • Engage in a host of talks led by industry professionals
  • Talk to and get great deals from leading Snowsports brands
Chill Factore, Manchester

Chill Factore, Manchester. Image © Chill Factore.

“We are incredibly excited to introduce Northern Snow to the North of England,” said Ian Brown, Managing Director of Chill Factore and The Snow Centre in Hemel Hempstead.

The Snow Centre took over running the Chill Factore in 2021 – Chill Factore is bought by the Snow Centre

Ian Brown

Ian Brown. Image c/o Chill Factore.

“This event is not just another Snowsports Show; it’s an experience on real snow, making Chill Factore the natural home for such an exciting event,” added Ian Brown.

“We’ve also received incredible support from industry colleagues and brands, further reinforcing our confidence that Northern Snow will swiftly carve its place as a must-attend event in the Snowsports annual calendar.”‍

“Snowsports has a huge following in the North of the UK, just ask any of our passionate Chill Factore guests,” said the Head of Marketing for Chill Factore and The Snow Centre, John Robinson.

“When we heard there would only be one Snow Show in London in 2024, we decided that we should make sure the rest of the country had opportunity to get their winter sports fix.

“We’re creating something new here, building a community of enthusiasts and a network of dedicated brands.

“It won’t be the biggest UK show this year, but we believe it will be the best.

“Something new, exciting, and a bit special for guests and dedicated Snowsports brands alike.”

Brands and organisations already involved include Crystal Ski Holidays, Snow+Rock, BASI, DSUK and Snow Camp.

Manchester previously saw a Ski Show run by Telegraph Events that at the time ran the London Ski & Snowboard Show at Earl’s Court.

It started in 2013, but didn’t last long.

Birmingham has also seen ski shows run by various companies in recent times.

The last one was the National Snow Show run by Racoon Media Group.

It started in 2021.

It has now been dropped as Raccoon Media Group concentrates on its show in London at the ExCel Centre that started last year.

This has opened up the space for a new show in the North.

For more information and updates on Northern Snow, visit Northern Snow Show.