Our 1 hour Donutting sessions are the perfect way to entertain both the Adults and the Kids! 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.
Hosting a party? Book for 15 or more children and we’ll give you 10% off your activity when you checkout and pay. Simply add to your basket and we’ll apply the magic! Fancy Chalet Hire too? Add to your basket for the hour following your session!
To save money, book Donutting in advance as the walk-in price is higher.
Perfect for the little ones, Sledging! Located on our Learner Slope, Sledging offers the same thrill but for younger children between the age of 3-8 years.
Not wanting to leave anyone out our 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!
Hosting a party? Simply add a Chalet Hire to your basket for the hour following your session!
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, Donutting can go ahead in whatever weather. If the Duty Manager feels it’s too dangerous (ie thunder and lightening) then they will contact you and rearrange the booking.
If you wish to do this, you will have to book yourself on the session. There will be an instructor at the top and bottom of the slope to provide assistance.
Due to the type of ski lift, younger children can find it difficult to use. We also go from the larger slope, which can be scary for younger children.
We recommend comfortable clothing. Most of the time you should wear long sleeves and long trousers, however if it’s very hot, we can relax this rule.
You MUST wear closed toe shoes at all times.
We have a small area with a bench, at the bottom of the slope where you can spectate from.