- Offering 1 mile of slopes and terrain, SnowWorld Landgraaf is the largest ski resort in the Netherlands.
- SnowWorld Landgraaf is among the 3 best rated Ski Resorts in the Netherlands.
- Season starts on Jan 1 and ends on Dec 31 (364 days). Average season duration in the Netherlands is 364 days.
- The ski resort is the ski resort with the best snow conditions in the Netherlands.
- SnowWorld Landgraaf features 139 sunny days on average per season. The average for all ski Resorts in the Netherlands is 129 sunny days. July is the sunniest month with an average of 22 sunny days. This makes the ski resort one of the 1 sunniest in the Netherlands.
The Ski Resort
Five runs, eight lifts and even an FIS World Cup course – sounds more like a ski resort in the Alps than an indoor ski hall in the Netherlands, right? Well, seeing is believing and the SnowDome Landgraaf is an indoor ski centre of the highest order! It’s not only home to the world’s only indoor FIS race course, it also boasts the Netherlands’ longest ski slope, which is also the world’s largest indoor ski run. Snowboarders and freestyle skiers will also find plenty to occupy them here, with an in-house terrain park featuring several jumps, rails, boxes and an “indupipe”.
Aside from that, there’s everything you'd expect from a “real” ski area – a ski school and ski rental centre, a separate area for youngsters, restaurants, après-ski lodges and even a four-star hotel.
Snow Safety & Snowmaking
SnowWorld is also home to a gym and wellness facilities which are open all year round. In the summer months, an outdoor park featuring a climbing area and a zip line also attracts guests of all ages.
Infrastructure & Rental
If you are starting in Aachen, take the A4 towards Antwerp/Maastricht/Heerlen, which becomes the A76 after the border. At the Knooppunt Kinderberg-Simpelveld motorway intersection, follow the signs for the N281 towards Kerkrade/Heerlen/Landgraaf. At the Kerkrade-West exit, take the exit towards Kerkrade-West/Landgraaf and then the Euregioweg (the first exit at the roundabout). At the third roundabout take the first exit onto Hofstraat and then at the next roundabout take the first exit onto Witte Wereld. This road leads to the car park directly by the ski centre.
From Maastricht, take the A79 towards Heerlen. In Heerlen, turn right onto the N281 to Karkrade/Landgraaf/Heerlen-Zuid. After 3.2 km, take the exit towards Landgraaf (Zuid)/Kerkrade-West and turn right onto Euregioweg towards Landgraaf. Then follow the instructions above until you reach the ski centre.