IN a bid to encourage talented young people to get into the sport the Sierra Nevada is set to revamp its ski resort ready for the 2010/2011 winter season.

The head of Tourism, Trade and Sport, Luciano Alonso announced there will be a new Sulayr superparque dedicated to fans of snowboarding and freestyle.

The new super park will offer three different areas with natural and artificial snow including a space with music and Wi-Fi.

In addition Granada-born World Cup skier María Jose Rienda is to offer a ‘clinic’ for top class youngsters aged between 13 and 16.

This year’s ski season officially opens on November 27.

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