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Chill Factore
Trafford Way
Trafford Quays Leisure Village

Manchester
Greater Manchester

M41 7JA | View map
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Plenty of snow fun activities for all the family to enjoy with the incredible 180 metre long, real snow slope for skiing/boarding/tubing etc, whether an enthusiast or learning a new skill with many of the guided lessons on offer. There's also the exciting Snow Park with the 60m Luge Slip ‘N’ Slide, Downhill Donuts and Sledge ‘O’ Mania, all of which are bound to get your adrenaline pumping! Mini Moose Land is great fun for the little ones (under 4’s), with Mini Donuts, the spinning Carousel and soft play toys to keep them entertained.

Chill Factore also has a climbing wall for those who want to reach new heights, and also holds a range of Ski and Snowboard races and special events throughout the year.

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Months Open: Open from 9am – 11pm every day except Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays when we open from 7:30am.
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Please pre-book
Car Parking: Yes - Free
Wedding Facilities: Yes
Gift Shop: Yes - Various shops
Catering: Bars and Restaurants

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