A local ski school in Budapest has opened an artificial ski slope, the the first of ten planned in Hungary over the next five years.
The installation of the 70m (230ft) slope, ordered by the local Pasarét ski school, allows local skiers and boarders to practice their sport for 365 days a year.
The 700 square metre Neveplast-made slope is only the first step. The aim of the Pasarét ski school is to enlarge the facility year by year and add an urban park, a Tubby slope for year-round snow tubing, and a second ski slope for beginners.
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