Visit the original & best ski area in Scotland!
Ski and Snowboard across 19 runs and 7 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
Heavy snow today has further improved the already great conditions.
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.
6 of 7 Available Uplifts.
0 of 7 Available Uplifts.
All slopes on the mountain are open with the exception of Rannoch Glades which needs a bit more snow and the Flypaper which is a considerable Avalanche risk and Etive Glades. All slopes have great cover of deep soft snow on a firm to icy base, with the odd icy patch in exposed places. Red and Black Access Runs are both skiable. Too windy for the Cliffy.
Weather forecast: Saturday 31st January. Strong northerly wind with heavy snow showers.
Current Weather conditions: Moderate wind and heavy snow showers, visibility poor in showers.
Road status:Roads have been cleared but it is still snowing. Care Required.
Wind Direction: S