In the heart of Copenaghen, the roof of a power plant has been transformed into a dry ski slope dubbed Copenhill, where locals can shred year round!

Copenhill, the sports facility featuring a Neveplast ski slope located on the roof of the new waste-to-energy plant in the heart of Copenaghen, officially opened to the public. The ski facility consists of three slopes of different difficulty levels, two conveyor belts, and a ski lift which provide an opportunity to enjoy skiing and snowboarding 365 days a year.

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