Slowly but slowly our partners are opening their doors again. The Dutch government is gradually alleviating the COVID-19 measures. Here is the most important information for you all:
- Snowboard halls have opened their doors again since yesterday the 1st of July.
- Wakeboard tracks have been opened since the 1st of May.
- Indoor skatetracks such as Pier15 and Ladybird are open from the 1st of July but please be aware that a reservation is required.
Surfing and or trips outside of the Netherlands are possible, please refer to the picture below (provided by the RIVM) to decide which countries to go to. Yellow means risk, orange means not advised, and red is out of the question!
Yesterday the Dutch government announced new measures in response to the Coronavirus outbreak. We are forced to cancel all of our activities until the first of June, this includes the Lustrum as well as ShredPret. We are looking into possible new dates for these events and will update this post when we know more.
Due to a statement by the Dutch government we are asked to cancel all activities until at least the 6th of April. This unfortunately includes the wintersports trip to Alp d’Huzes from the 20th of March. Please contact the board if you have any questions regarding this matter.