Hong Kong's First VR Alpine Ski Training School
Explore your personal full-fledged ski slopes, safe and warm with Ski Tech.
We are the first indoor skiing centre with SkyTech VR technologies approved by US Olympic Ski & Snowboard Team. We share our love and passion for snow sports by providing an opportunity for all skiers and riders to stay on the slopes even in Hong Kong. Our mission is to grow the winter sport community and get to meet all Hong Kong skiers and riders shining on the mountains. With our certified instructors, our professional approach to alpine training, master your technique so you can enjoy your next winter vacations in full.
Perfect for all levels:
Kids and Beginners
Intermediate and Advanced Skiers and riders
Holiday skiers and riders
Enjoy the true-to-life ski slope experience
Ski Tech enables you to choose trails, change snow conditions, set up live races with skiers and boarders and view your world-wide ranking. So true to life are reactions of the virtual slope to your skis or snowboard, you'll soon forget you are indoors.
From Olympic 2018 Racing Track in Pyeongchang, to a family-friendly ski run in Wengen, simply click and hover on the ski track you would like to experience at Ski Tech!
Ski Tech is my favorite year-round VR snowboard training center. 45 minutes of non-stop full body workout, without the need to queue for lift :)
"It's actually perfect for beginners and kids because they can learn and feel real parallel and carving skills and easily get out of habit of snow-plowing aka 'pizza turns'."
"With this simulator, skiers can improve upper and lower body separation, hip angulation, rolling your knee and ankle... You get the sensation that you're actually skiing... And it's fun !"
"Athletes can step in a little bit every couple of days and return to ski progression because we're putting the athletes in forces that are very similar to snow."
"Now, we think of it like it's not just a simulator, it's essentially a slope that you can control. You can put a small child on it or you can put an Olympic athlete on it."