What if we tell you about Ice Skating in Delhi? No, no, do not widen your eyeballs! It's true! With the mercury seemingly on a perpetual rise, it is not odd to look for ways to cool off your soul. Ice Skating seems to win that list every time. Although there is not much option in Delhi when we talk about Ice Skating, the ones which are there will surely give you a thrilling experience. Today, we will take you through 3 best Ice Skating rinks in Delhi with their price, location and a few more details.
What is Ice Skating?
Before we tell you more about Ice Skating in Delhi, we would like to tell you what exactly is ice skating and how would you do it in Delhi.
Ice skating is the act of moving on the frozen body of water and/or hardened chemicals which are also called an Ice Skating Rink by using ice skates. Let us now tell you about the 3 best Ice Skating Rinks in Delhi.
If you’ve ever been fascinated by the pristine white landscapes that roll out on the silver screen and have waited with bated breath to try out winter adventure sports, iSkate is where you need to head! Spread over an area of 15000 sq ft which can accommodate approx 200 people, iSKATE offers a unique blend of leisure mixed with physical activity that will leave you amused and make you want to come back again. In addition, they possess a spacious seating with food and beverages counter, a Karaoke room, viewing galleries, and a party room that you can book on several occasions. All of this with an in-house DJ to keep you up and ready and high on energy!Location: 6th Floor, Ambience Mall, Gurgaon (Get Directions)
Phone: 124 4610606
Charges: INR 650 for 8 sessions onwards (includes 2 practice sessions)
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Timings: Mon – Thu: 10 am to 10 pm
Fri – Sun / Holidays: 10 am to 10 pm
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2. Ice Age Skating Cafe
Spread over an area of 3,000 sq.ft in which 1,500 sq.ft. is dedicated to skating and rest for Cafe Lounge, Ice Age is an ultimate a place to have quality entertainment. The rink is well equipped with beautiful laser lights which makes the ambiance of this place to an ice disco zone. They also have a gaming zone where you can have fun and enjoy your favorite game on X-box. Some additional attractions of this place include an in-house DJ with dance floor, a range of mouth-watering foods, and facility of hosting private parties and birthday bashes.
Location: Moments Mall, 2nd Floor, Plot No. 67, Patel Road, New Delhi.
Charges: INR 150 on weekdays and INR 200 on weekends.
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Timings: 11:30 am to 10:30 pm
For bookings contact here
3. Ski India
With a gigantic space of 100,000+ sq. ft operating on two floors in Noida's DLF Mall of India, Ski India is Asia's largest indoor snow park offering multiple sports activities which include, ski track, ice skating, bobsleds, and ice lounge with an interactive play area. Its sci-fi themed ambiance is sure to excite and inspire children of all ages. Some of the additional attraction of this place is the penguin shows, tubing, and snow carousel. Be sure to also check out Frozen Odyssey, a dark maze with emphatic lighting.
Location: Ski India, L05 & L06, DLF Mall of India, Sector 18, Noida, Gautam Buddha Nagar, Uttar Pradesh
Phone: +91 879975 7678, +91 95 400 151 88, +91 879975 7676
Charges: INR 1150 for all activities
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Timings: 11.00am - 9.00pm
For bookings contact here
Q. What are the main differences between ice skating and roller skating (spins and jumps)?
A. Ice skating is done with the help of ice skates whereas roller skates are used for skating on other hard surfaces such as wood. Roller skates make use of small wheels aligned below the skates whereas ice skates use a metallic blade designed to reduce friction between the skater and ice.
Q. What precautions should one take while ice-skating for the first time?
A. 1. Don’t look down
2. Get some good skates
3. Tie skates the correct way
4. Warm up slowly
5. Don’t lean backward
6. Skate in the correct direction
7. Make use of temporary rinks
8. Don’t take it too seriously