A trip to the snow just got even better, with Dinner Plain set to host two new exciting activities this winter: ice skating and alpine laser skirmish.
For the first time ever, Dinner Plain will offer winter visitors the opportunity to go ice skating in the snow. A pop-up rink will operate in the village centre during the school holidays between July 8 and 16. Ice skates and penguins (to help young children learn to skate) are available at the rink.
“We’re excited to be adding ice skating to our list of activities these July school holidays and the response has already been explosive,” said Alia Parker, Marketing and Events Officer for Dinner Plain.
On top of that, laser skirmish is making its outdoor snow debut. Run by Great Alpine Adventures out of Crisps Hut in Dinner Plain – where you’ll also find Howling Husky Sled Dog Tours – grab some friends and get ready for an action-packed frolic in the snow.
Adding to the fun, this year all Dinner Plain lift passes on the beginner ski slope include access to the Tube Slide, which is normally $19 for a session.
Excerpt of article and see full particulars of the NEW ACTIVITIES in the Winter edition.
Images courtesy of Dinner Plain