Otherwise known as Ringo’s, Donutting is by far the most popular and most entertaining activity here at Alpine Snowsports, Southampton! Take to the slops in your very own rubber ring and prepare for the ride of your life. Climb to the top of our 85* metre middle slope, get in position for the perfect descent and brace yourself for a wild ride to the bottom.
Gather some friends or come along as a family and have the most BRILLIANT time together – We guarantee it will be smiles all round and some amazing memories made.
Our 1 hour Donutting sessions are the perfect way to entertain both the Adult’s and the Children. With no experience needed and just the attitude to have fun, everyone can enjoy Donutting!
Perfect for parties or a weekend spent outdoors – Everyone is welcome… as long as you’re over 6 years old.
Something for the little ones now, Sledging. Located on our Junior Slope, Sledging offers the same thrill but for younger children between the age of 3-8 years.
Not wanting to leave anyone out – The Sledging and Donutting slopes are right next to each other. So if you have a family of differing age ranges, we’ve got your covered!
10:00am – 9:00pm
9:00am – 6:00pm
Alpine Snowsports Southampton,
Thornhill Road, Bassett, Southampton, SO16 7AY.
Here are some frequently asked questions to help make your booking process, easier!
No, it is not safe to have a child sit on a parents lap. You can however, hold onto each others donut whilst coming down.
For the car park above the ski slope use the postcode SO16 7LT to take you to Vermont Cl. Once on Vermont Close bear off to the left past the swimming pool and school. At the end of the road turn right and this road will lead you to the car park above the slope. Take the steps down to reception.
Yes – We provide all essential equipment like the Donut and sledge.
We recommend you bring your own helmet and gloves but if you don’t have them, we can lend you a helmet and you can purchase gloves.
Yes – We sell snacks and soft drinks as well as Tea, Coffee & Hot Chocolate.
Yes – We have a fenced, viewing platform in which you can observe from.
The Southampton slope is longer and the younger children will struggle to pull the Donut to the top.
To protect your hands from the matting of the dry ski slope.