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Need a winter sports fix? Look no further than Betteshanger Park

PUBLISHED: 11:04 09 November 2017 | UPDATED: 11:21 09 November 2017

Take part in snow tubing down an 18m slope at Betteshanger Park. Picture: Shutterstock.

Take part in snow tubing down an 18m slope at Betteshanger Park. Picture: Shutterstock.

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Park’s Christmas Programme includes snow tubing, cycling and natural craft-making

Snow tubing and cycling are among some of the winter sport activities you can take part in at Betteshanger Park, near Deal, this Christmas.

Young and old alike (over the age of 5) can make the exhilirating journey down an 18m-long manmade slope on a large inflatable ring from December 21-January 1.

For those who prefer to stay nearer the ground, there are also over 100m of specially created snow claves underneath the ski slope to explore.

Learn to Ride sessions and Advance Cycle Coaching will be available for those who would like to enjoy a ride through the park’s 250-acre traffic free environment, which include tarmac track and mountain bike trails.

Betteshanger Park’s Christmas Programme will also include wreath and Christmas ornament making workshops using natural materials found around the park.

For more information on dates and prices and to book activities visit betteshanger-park.co.uk/Christmas.

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