Skiing in Neuss
One of our reporters, Justin Leese, checked out the indoor ski slope in Neuss, a suburb of Dusseldorf this evening.
The Jever Ski Hall Neuss was Germany’s first indoor ski hall when it was built in 2001. The slopes are open from 930am-10pm every day of the year, even Christmas.
This evening, Justin found the snow conditions excellent for an indoor centre, the facilities, and the whole experience ultra-family friendly.
“The main slope is a decent size, and serviced by a 4-person chairlift so there are no queues!” he reports.
“There’s a button lift to the middle and a separate nursery slope that’s ideal for beginners and little ones with its conveyor belt lift.”
However, it would seem the highlight of the evening for Justin, after a couple of hours on the piste, was the après ski bar complete with oompah oompah music and staff wearing traditional garb!
Perhaps he’ll return at the weekend: the Neuss ski centre holds après ski parties every weekend, ensuring “a moads Gaudi” (loads of fun) on the “Neuss Glacier”!