These are the most frequently asked questions from guests, skiers and users.
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Children under the age of 10 get a discount – you can find our prices here.
On a regular basis, we will have events with advantageous prices for seniors and students.
Yes, there is a gate-run on the steep part of the ski slope - here you can measure your time and compete with / against your friends.
Yes, we are happy to see how much the freestylers love the opportunity to hang out and practice our mixed obstacles - there is something for everyone from the flat box to the rainbow rail. We are also in the process of creating a workshop area, where dedicated enthusiasts can make / design their next obstacle.
Yes, the Salomon Brand Store CopenHill are ready with everything your heart desires.
You are very welcome to use your own equipment, as long it is properly maintained. Remember to check your skis/snowboard regularly in case of wear and tear. If your skis/snowboard have dull edges, are too worn down, or in other ways need service, the rental shop will offer you free rental skis while your own are being serviced. Find out more in the rental shop.
In the future, you will be able to store your ski equipment at CopenHill. We are currently working on a solution.
You can use your own equipment on the ski slope. We've experienced that skis with the production method "sintered base" has less risk of getting damaged due to frictional heat, but this is not a guarantee. At the top of the ski lift, there is a black silicone mat, which the skis must slide over. Here, the skis are greased with silicone, which along with the silicone on the ski slope, makes the skis glider on the surface. For safety, check regularly for any signs of damage to the skis. Driving at high speeds increases the risk of frictional heat damaging the base of the skis. CopenHill does not provide any warranty or compensation for protected skis.
It is very important to be sure that the entire surface of your board gets covered in silicone, otherwise the base can sometimes make marks and cuts on your board where you put the weight.
We are currently making a list of the different board types/brands, that may have difficulties dealing with the heat from the friction that the carving produces.
It is mandatory for anyone under the age of 18 to wear a helmet while skiing, and we strongly recommend that everybody takes their safety repercussions and wears one when skiing/boarding.
Yes, it will be. If it rains the base will become more slippery, but it will also make it more fun to ski on. If it snows – just perfect, then we can welcome you to a few hours of "real" ski holiday.
There is no specific demand on what clothes to wear, but we recommend wearing clothes that covers your legs and arms, plus gloves, to minimize damages if you should fall. Have a look at this video with Thomas Uhrskov that explains what kind of gear you should wear here.
Depending on how wildly you ski, the clothes may get marks or get worn. The silicone layer on the base can also leave marks on the clothes. Be aware that the silicone on the base is somewhat sticky and can stick to the clothes if you carry the skis over your shoulder.
We love children! And therefore, we have done our very best to offer them the best possible experience at CopenHill. We are working on a children's area at the foot of the hill, and we will also hold many children's events throughout the year. Also keep an eye on our website, where we will soon tell you more about our upcoming super cool kids club MINI365, which will offer the kids a lot of benefits and fun events!
We love children! And therefore, we can offer them the best possible experience at CopenHill. We are working on a children's area at the foot of the hill, and we will also hold many children's events throughout the year. Also keep an eye on our website, where we will soon tell you more about our upcoming super cool kids club MINI365, which will offer the kids a lot of benefits and fun events!
In reality, there are no rules for how early children can start skiing at CopenHill, but we recommend that they are at least 3 years old, to ensure that the children get a good experience and get off to a good start. We have a fantastic ski school (Snowminds) who loves to help the children get started!
If you want to book skiing for groups, you do so via our online booking site. Follow the CopenHill social media or sign up for the SKI365 newsletter to be among the first to get info.
If you want to order meals, book tables or other activities in connection with your ski-booking, please send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have a great idea for a special event you would like to host, contact us at email@example.com. For a specific offer and if you are a company, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If your event is exclusively about skiing, you must book skiing time via our online booking site.
For safety reasons, it is not allowed to toboggan on the ski slope while people are skiing. Instead, we keep separate sledge events several times a year - keep an eye on our website for more info.
Pets (e.g. dogs) are not allowed on the roof or in the ski center. Service dogs are an exepction and may be brought along.
You can change clothes in the toilets or dressing room at the ski center, but we do not offer any shower facilities.
At your own risk, you can hang your clothes or bag in the toilet hall in the ski center. There are currently no lockers or storage facilities.
We have 350 free parking spaces by the ski center.
It is entirely up to you, but we recommend that you arrive some time in advance and no later than 30 minutes before your ski time starts, so you are ready to take the ski lift when your preebooked time begins. Remember to include time to rent / buy equipment, and possibly pick up your ski pass at the ski center.