Visit the original & best ski area in Scotland!
Ski and Snowboard across 20 runs and 8 lifts - catering for skiers and
boarders of all levels. Complete beginners can enjoy the gentle plateau
runs while experts can experience the incredible variety of terrain. (Which
includes the longest and steepest runs in Scotland)
- Hill Walking
- Home Baked Food
- Stunning Scenery
Last day for lift assisted skiing is the 2nd May. Summer tubing on the dry ski slope opens on the 30th April. Bike tracks open on the 14th May. Access chair remains open until the 31st October for sightseeing.
Regular 'Glencoers' will know what a stunning location Glencoe is in and the fantastic skiing and boarding it offers for all levels. Last year we ran a very succesful 'Your Photo' and 'Your Video' section on the website and we plan the same again for 2013/2014.
At the end of the season the best photos and best videos submitted during the year will win a day pass valid for the 2013/2014 season.
0 of 8 Available Uplifts.
5 of 8 Available Uplifts.
Around 20cm of fresh snow fell during Thursday so conditions much improved across the whole mountain. All upper and mid mountain runs complete with the exception of Etive Glades, Mugs Alley and old Mugs Alley thin and narrow but improving with the fresh snowfall. Lower slopes are thin and broken but main links still complete. Plateau Poma open for access only. Good sliding for intermediate and advanced..
Weather forecast: Saturday 30th April - Moderate westerly wind, with sunny spells.
Current Weather conditions: Snowing at all levels so visibility coming and going with a moderate Northerly wind.
Wind Direction: SSW