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Indoor Ski Slope Locations

An incomplete list of operating indoor ski slopes in the world:

Country City/Region Facility Length
India Hyderabad Snow World
Australia Melbourne SkiCity Endless
Belgium 's-Gravenwezel, Schilde (Antwerp) Skibaan Casablanca
Comines Ice mountain 210 m
Peer Snow Valley 235 m
China Shanghai Shanghai Yinqixing Indoor Skiing Site 380 m
Shenzhen Window of the World Indoor Skiing Site
Beijing QbSki
France Amnéville (Lorraine) Snowhall 620 m
Germany Bispingen SnowDome Bispingen 300 m
Bottrop AlpinCenter Bottrop 640 m
Neuss Jever Skihalle 300 m
Oberhof Skisporthalle Oberhof 1754 m
Senftenberg Snowtropolis 130 m
Wittenburg AlpinCenter Hamburg-Wittenburg 330 m
Japan Fukuoka Big Air Fukuoka
Hashima Snova Hashima
Kawasaki Snova Mizonokuchi
Ryūgasaki Kamui Ryūgasaki Snowboard Park
Sayama Sayama Ski Area 320 m
Tōon Across Shigenobu
Yokohama Snova Shinyokohama
Lithuania Druskininkai Snow Arena 460 m
Netherlands The Hague Snowdome (Uithof) 211 m
Landgraaf Snowworld 520 m
Rucphen Ski Dome 160 m
Spaarnwoude Snowplanet 230 m
Zoetermeer Snowworld 210 m
Terneuzen Snowbase 220 m
Westerhoven Montana Snowcenter 140 m
New Zealand Auckland Snowplanet 200 m
Poland Rzyki, near Wadowice Czarny groń Endless
Serbia Belgrade Skitrack Ada Endless
South Korea Bucheon TigerWorld - TigerWorld 170 m
Spain Madrid Madrid Xanadu - SnowZone 250 m
United Arab Emirates Dubai Ski Dubai 400 m
United Kingdom Braehead, Glasgow Snow Factor 200 m
Castleford, Yorkshire SNO!zone 170 m
Manchester Chill Factore 180 m
Milton Keynes SNO!zone 170 m
Tamworth Snowdome 170 m
Hemel Hempstead The Snow Centre 160 m
Russia Krasnogorsk, Moscow 400 m
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