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03rd Nov 2023

Get your skates on, Cork has welcomed back Alpine Skate Park

Katy Thornton

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The perfect wholesome silly season activity.

With horror movies, pumpkin spice lattes, and fancy-dress parties already becoming a distant memory, Christmas and winter activities are rolling in fast, and with them comes a top ice-skating experience in Ireland’s Rebel county.

Alpine Skate Park has officially reopened in Cork as of today, November 3rd, providing one of the sweetest festive activities around.

This year, Alpine Skate Park will have a practice ice rink, a 300 metre long trail, as well as a new freestyle area – perfect if you want to practice your best Blades of Glory routine.

Each session is 50 minutes long, and it is recommended to arrive 20 minutes in advance of your chosen slot.

Alpine Skate Park will also have ASD friendly sessions available; you can email or phone them to enquire further on this matter.

Book your tickets and get more info on the Alpine Skate Park in Cork here.

Header images via Instagram / Alpine Skate Trail


This holiday destination is 23°C in winter, pints cost €2 and is just a 3 hour flight away

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