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There are over 30 indoor halls for snowboarding all over the world. I’ll try to list all of them sorted by continent and country.
The indoor hall is a perfect facility to practice skiing and snowboarding skills in the offseason.
Africa has surprised by the first and only indoor hall. Ski Egypt has 5 different runs that vary in difficulty, from the beginner slope to more advanced runs. Various off-piste activities are available.
Location: Giza, Egypt
Harbin Wanda Indoor Ski and Winter Sports Resort
It is claimed to be the largest indoor hall in the world. With 6 runs and overall 3km of slopes for all difficulty levels, the longest one is being 500m. It has 2 chairlifts and a magic carpet to take visitors to the top.
Location: Harbin, China
Sayama ski resort
Although Sayama ski resort is an indoor hall it operates only during the winter season, usually from mid-fall to mid-spring. It has one single slope of 300m long and two lifts.
Location: Tokorozawa City, Saitama, Japan
The SNOVA SHINYOKOHAMA slope size is 60m in total length, 30m in width and 10 to 14 degrees inclination. It has a good snowpark with lost of features. For the lift, it uses a magic carpet.
Location: Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
The only indoor hall in the Middle East is located in Dubai. It has 5 different runs of varying difficulty and length, the longest run of 400 m, and one chairlift to take visitors to the top. Off-piste activities are available in Ski Dubai.
Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Woongjin Playdoci Snowdoci
The only indoor hall in South Korea has a 200 meters main slope, a beginners slope and a snowpark for snowboarders.
Location: Seoul, South Korea
Snow Valley has 3 runs, each for different skill level. Big Track is 350m long, Boarders Paradise is 85m long with park features like rails, boxes and jumps, and a 100m long Practice Piste for beginners.
Location: Peer, Belgium
Ice Mountain is a large multifunctional complex. The ski and snowboard hall has two runs one is 210m long with snowboard park features on and an 85m long beginner slope. Besides ski and snowboard, Ice Mountains offers various other activities.
Location: Comines-Warneton, Belgium
This is quite an unusual indoor hall, as it consists only of a half pipe. The Tunnel is 80m long and 20m wide. The height of the Tunnel allows performing even the most complex jumps. The Snowboarding Tunnel is designed for all the family to have fun, so for younger visitors. There is also a possibility for snow tubing in the Tunnel.
Location: Vuokatti, Finland
The Snowhall is claimed to have the longest indoor run in the word, 620m long and 35m wide. It offers several spaces and is suitable for all levels. Snowhall also has a beginner slope, a toboggan run for the little ones, a tubing zone, a big track, and a snowpark for freestylers.
Location: Amnéville, France
alpin center Bottrop
Alpin center Bottrop can challenge other halls to have the longest runs in the world. It has a 640m long run for professionals as well as a slope for beginners. Apart from winter sports, it offers various other activities.
Location: Bottrop, Germany
alpin center Hamburg-Wittenburg
Another Alpin center in Germany has 3 different runs, with the longest being 330m and 80m wide. This indoor hall has a comfy chairlift to take you to the top.
Location: Wittenburg, Germany
Snow Dome Bispingen
Snow Dome in Bispingen offers about 300m and about 60m wide slope (including 100m beginner slopes). It operates a 6 person chairlift on the main slope and a magic carpet on the beginner’s slope.
Location: Bispingen, Germany
JEVER FUN SKIHALLE
Jever Fun Skihalle has 2 slopes. The main slope is 300m long with a snow park and a 4 person chairlift and a 100m beginner slope with a magic carpet.
Location: Neuss, Germany
The one and only indoor hall in the Baltics. It has a 460m long and 50m wide main slope with 4 person chairlift and a 150m long and 40m wide beginner slope with a magic carpet.
Location: Druskininkai, Lithuania
SnowWorld in Landgraaf has 3 slopes, snow park, 10 lifts including 5 drag lifts, 4 magic carpets, and a rope tow. The longest slope is 300m.
Location: Landgraaf, Netherlands
SnowWorld in Zoetermeer claims to be the largest indoor winter sports resort in Europe. It has 5 slopes, snow park, 8 lifts including 4 magic carpets and a 6-person chair lift. This is the only indoor FIS Rennstrecke in the world.
Location: Zoetermeer, Netherlands
Skidome Rucphen has 3 different slopes, the longest one is being 160m it also has a snow park and an Air Bag. Each slope has its own lift. Other activities are available on site.
Location: Rucphen, Netherlands
Skidome Terneuzen has 2 slopes and a snow park, the longest slope is 220m. Other activities are also available on site.
Location: Terneuzen, Netherlands
De Uithof offers a slope of 211 m, a beginner slope, four lifts, a snowpark and a ramp with a BigAir Bag. Other activities are also available on site.
Location: Den Haag, Netherlands
SnowPlanet has two slopes including a 100m slope for beginners and a steep 230m slope for advanced skiers and snowboarders with the snow park.
Location: Velsen-Zuid, Netherlands
Montana Snow Center
Montana Snow Center has a beginner slope and a 140m slope for advanced skiers and snowboarders.
Location: Westerhoven, Netherlands
SNØ indoor hall is still under construction but will have 505m long alpine ski track and 1 kilometer long cross-country skiing track suspended from the roof.
Location: Lørenskog, Norway
The Snej.com is the only indoor hall in Russia. Is has a 400 meters long slope with two chairlifts for advanced level and a snowboard park. For beginners, there is a 54m long slope with a separate lift.
Location: Moskovskaya oblast’, Russia
Madrid SnowZone has the main slope with a length of 250 meters, 55 meters wide, and another slope of 100 meters long and 40 meters wide, perfect for beginners. Other activities are available on site.
Location: Madrid, Spain
Chill Factore features a 180 meters long and 100 meters wide slope, 40 meters long beginner slope. It also has a 40 meters long snowboard park. Other activities are available on site.
Location: Manchester, UK
This is a small indoor hall with the main slope being 150m long and 35m wide with two lifts, making it ideal for training and develop your skills. It also features a small snowpark.
Location: Castleford, UK
Snozone Milton Keynes
The Milton Keynes is an indoor hall with one main 500 meters long slope, 2 lifts and one magic carpet. Just like its counterpart in Castleford this one has a snowpark.
Location: Milton Keynes, UK
Snowdome Tamworth is a small indoor hall with one 170 meters long slope and two lifts. It also has a beginner slope and a snowpark. Various FreeStyle events take place in the snowpark. Other activities are available on site.
Location: Tamworth, UK
Snow Centre indoor hall has a 160m long main slope and 2 smaller beginner areas – 25m and 30m long. There’s a separate area for snowpark. It has a total of 4 lift. Other activities are available on site.
Location: Hemel Hempstead, UK
The first and only indoor hall in North America and the USA. It has a 240 meters long main slope with a snow park and a comfy chairlift. Other activities are available on site.
Location: New Jersey, USA
Probably the most remote indoor hall in the world located in New Zealand. Snowplanet Silverdale has a 200 meter slope as well as a snowpark with rails and jumps.
Location: Silverdale, New Zealand
Indoor halls are scattered accross the world, in different continents and countries. So when you’re planning your next travel keep that in mind. The country you are going to visit might just have one.
That’s all of the indoor halls I could find, tell me in the comment section if I missed something.