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Report - Wycombe Summit Dry Ski Slope December 2012

Discussion in 'Leisure Sites' started by PCWOX, Dec 15, 2012.

  1. PCWOX

    PCWOX 28DL Regular User
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    Wycombe Summit was a dry ski slope situated in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. It has been closed since 22 November 2006, when a fire destroyed the Ski lodge. The ski slope opened in 1994 and was situated in Abbey Barn Lane, just south of High Wycombe. The main slope was one of England's longest dry ski slopes, at 300m long. There have been various talks about trying to reopen the site since then, all have proved unsuccessful, and it now remains in a state of disrepair.

    Only been waiting 6 years.....

    The charred remains of the Ski Lodge

    Top of the ski lift

    This is how you ride the ski lift

    This is how not to ride the ski lift

    The box to operate the ski lift. Buttons not working ;)

    Machinery at the bottom of the slope

    The winch at the bottom of the slope

    Looking down the main slope, Wycombe in the background

    The beginners/kiddies slope

    Parking bay

    Alfresco dining in days gone by!

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