If you would like to chat to a member of committee in person about what Snowsports offers and how you can get more involved please come to the RAM Bar on Exeter University Streatham Campus. We post updates on our facebook page as to when we'll be around. Whether it's urgent or not feel free to drop us an email or a facebook message.
The best way to get fully involved in the greatest club at the University – is to be a Frep (Fresher Rep).
You will be kept in the loop with all the club’s goings on, given priority tickets for you and your friends to our events, get to know the committee and other core members and most importantly become an integral part of Snowsports.
Drop our Social Sec Aditya Kumar a message on Facebook if you’re interested and we look forward to seeing you in September!
Frep Facebook Page
As crazy as it sounds, you can race here in Exeter! No matter what level you are, whether you ski or board…. we want you down at the dry slope.We currently have three mixed teams, ladies team and a boarders team to ensure snowsporters of all abilities have a chance to get involved and compete.We train at Exeter dry slope twice a week, Sundays 4:30-6:30pm and Wednesdays 7-9pm, usually followed by a pint (or soft beverage) down at the local.
In terms of competing, we go along to BUDS (a weekend in Edinburgh full of not-so-competitive racing, insane partying and the notorious BUDS ball), Kings Ski Racing (dual slalom racing in Gloucester with fancy dress and copious amounts of nudity), as well as BUISC, the indoor snow-dome for a spot of racing on ‘snow’ with the notorious boat race.
Freestyle at Exeter has been getting bigger and better every year and this year is going to be no exception. Building on our momentum from last year we’ve got loads more in store for you. We will be running park sessions in Exeter, open to anyone, which will be a great way to practice on some rails and pipes. There will also be regular trampolining and diving trips and plenty of socials each term.
Alongside these local sessions we will be visiting the Milton Keynes, Hemel Hempstead and Tamworth snow domes. Gloucester and Warmwell are both great dry slopes that we will be going to as well. In particular Gloucester has an airbag that is perfect for those of you wanting to learn your first backflip. There will be something for everyone from complete beginners to seasoned park rats, so make sure to check out the events page to see when the next trips are and come along!