About us

Located 74 miles north of Glasgow, Glencoe extends over 200 hectares and operates on the Meall A’Bhuiridh Massif, amidst some of the most stunning scenery in Scotland.

Originally known as White Corries, Glencoe was the first commercial Scottish Ski Area with the construction of the first overhead ski lift on Meall A’Bhuiridh in 1956.

We now operate 7 days a week not only providing our customers with better service, but also employing around a further 30 staff in the winter season.

With 7 lifts and 19 runs, Glencoe is by no means the largest ski centre in Scotland, but it’s still a firm favourite with many Scottish skiers and boarders thanks to its unique and exhilarating terrain, and a snow holding record second to none.

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Weather forecast: Tuesday 28th March. Light SE wind a dry but overcast day with only glimpses of sunshine. Coolr than of late.

Current Weather conditions: Light E wind, Top runs are above the cloud so sunny up there, a bit misty below.

Road status:Clear    Temperature: 6.8

Wind: 0mph    Wind Direction: N
Lifts Operating:3 of 8 Available Uplifts.

Lifts Opening:0 of 8 Available Uplifts.

Runs Open:All open runs have a decent cover of skier and machine packed snow. Some thin and narrow areas and some natural hazards. Snow currently pretty firm but expected to soften quickly in the sun. Spring run requires a step through the upper rock band but nice skiing when in. Unfortunately the Plateau Poma uptrack didnt make it through the night, so walk over to the Cliffy required. Plenty of snow for sledging. Tickets for Adults #xA3;20 and #xA3;15 for juniors
TSA Banked Slalom Series
1st April 2017

WSRT Camp
9-12th April 2017

Freestyle Event
15th April 2017

Kids Holiday Camp
17-19th April 2017

McAvalanche
6th May 2017

Glencoe Mountain Resort