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Alpin Center, Bottrop

(1/5 based on 95 reviews on the web)
No matter the season or the temperature, you can hit the slopes at Alpin Center, an indoor winter sports center for skiing and snowboarding. Beginner's classes are available, as are courses for advanced skiers and boarders. Rent equipment onsite, or bring your own. Be prepared to dress warmly, as the building is kept quite cold. Put Alpin Center into our Bottrop tour planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Bottrop.
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  • 2 hours it took us to get in the Hall at all. Standing at the ski boots, skis, ski lifts, food. Had any fun. 30 minutes it took to get on the conveyor belt. All the time this stopped. We had staff at the exit, it would have been maybe faster. But the slopes were too crowded. 2 times I been went from a beginner through the pile. There were signs not for beginners, but no one has checked it. Since this day had a peak season surcharge it was a very expensive trip without fun. Now, I have found the info that have online ticket priority. I've not seen it before. I would say, only now inserted this section or made visible. Never again
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  • With ruhrtoppcard ok priced. Offer as far as well. Staff at the entrance only friendly, later a woman L. unfriendly, after we had lost the locker key. It then 15 euro...
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  • We were at the weekend for two in the ski Hall and had bought the all inclusive dinner ticket. I really don't understand, as some here about the prices gripe — we have paid €25 including equipment and could until 22.00 skiing and as much food as we wanted (went on quality, but you can also hardly expect more) and up to 2 clock (!) drink! I think it's unbeatably cheap. Who already "really" was skiing, should know that moving there most of the time in a different price range. For learning and easy once again a little skiing, the Hall is very well suited in my opinion. Experienced skiers bored may be pretty quickly, but at least there are also a few ramps and you can change for €5 from ski to snowboard, which makes for a bit of variety. The conveyor belt that brings one to the top, is annoying because it spent more time than on the slopes. Anyway - we come back anyway, because we really had a lot of fun in the couple of hours!
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