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JEVER FUN SKIHALLE Neuss is home to Germany's first indoor skiing complex. Build your confidence on gentle slopes with 10- to 18-percent gradients (and the dedicated beginner's piste to learn the basics), and work your way up to a steep slope at 28 percent. Two tow ropes and a four-man lift take you effortlessly to the top of the slopes. Snowboarders and free-skiers can let loose on the kick box and rails of the fun park. Rent skis, jackets, pants, and helmets on site if you left yours at home. Take a break at any of the several onsite restaurants or the beer garden. For JEVER FUN SKIHALLE Neuss and beyond, use our Neuss tour planner to get the most from your Neuss vacation.
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  • We had Sunday brunch.... very good,.. about 35euros... per person....somethings were cooked before you, some trays out of the oven. If you start eating at 10AM you could eat your way through the day. ...  more »
  • In-itself a beautiful Hall but what is here for safety deficiencies do really is a disaster! The catch fences are there only as an ornament and it is unprotected steel walls in the Hall. Critically, what with their lives almost a visitor had to pay! No first responders on the ground have been, something like that is not easy. Not even, the price was refunded after the accident, let alone a call. Unbelievable and sad!
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  • Wanted to try how it is to stand on skis. Day ticket bought, rented equipment and then out. Boring with a few hints of a friend on the training Hill and as the out was on the "black" pistes. It was really great. Only the runway is too short I drove probably 50 times down. High always nice with the lift. And it worked great at the end! This is for €50. And it was still empty! Who's already on Monday going ski? So for €50 from 10:00 to 17:00 raged out and had fun. In between still eaten! Great day. Repeats! And next year's skiing holiday! ⛷⛷⛷
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  • It's a house with a mountain built inside of it. *mic drop*
  • I visted Ski hall many times and it is a very well maintained ski hall. Hall is huge, slope is great. There are many different cards (day time, evening time, early birds, etc) which are very cost effective and this is an ideal place to learn Skiing or snow boarding. There is always somebody to watch in case you fall and they will help you get back on your feet!
  • As mentioned already it's very good for beginners and the ones like doing tricks, not for carving or freeride. The snow is great, the temperature just right, and on Sunday there haven't been a lot of people.
  • Perfect for - Learning Skiing or Snowboarding - Practising tricks Not good for: - Advanced persons not interested in doing tricks since the ski run is too short for real downhill rides
  • We ate outside on the playground. The game offers are good. climbing is fun. Unfortunately, the food was not so good. Already the waiting was not good. 4 people were there for me and were gone when I was still waiting for the ordered food already. The chef was completely by the wind. French fries for fast but the Flammenkuche made last and the baked potato was allowed to be cold. So there must be improved in the organization. Only 4 stars.
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