Skiing in Theis not a concept that comes easily to mind. Surely most of the country is technically below sea level, and what’s left is pretty flat? Surely this isn’t a country famed for its snow? Ice skating on frozen canals perhaps, but no snow skiing.
Well Holland does have eight snow centres, but they’re all indoors. It’s quite a healthy tally for a country of less than five million people, only Japan has more, and they’re all small, old facilities from the mid-1990s. The indoor snow centres of theare largely impressive structures, and none more so than the world’s largest, SnowWorld at Landgraaf in the very south of the country.