About us

Located 74 miles north of Glasgow, situated along the West Highland Way 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 operate 7 days a week 364 days a year and offer biking (Downhill and XC), tubing, a treasure hunt, hill-walking, chairlift rides and fantastic photography opportunities during the summer months as well as skiing, snowboarding, sledging and avalanche rescue training during the winter.

With 8 lifts and 20 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.

Onsite there are 10 microlodges, 4 microlodge plus, 6 electric hook-up points, 20 camping plots, showers, drying rooms and an onsite café with a fully licensed bar. With stunning views towards the Buchaille Etive Mor and Rannoch Moor you are guaranteed a spectacular view to wake up to.

 

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Weather forecast: For weather information please check our webcams page where you will find wind and temperature information from 4 different elevations on the mountain.

Current Weather conditions:

Road status:Clear.    Temperature: 4.5°

Wind: 18mph    Wind Direction: 234° SW


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Lifts Operating:0 of 7 Available Uplifts.

Lifts Opening:0 of 7 Available Uplifts.

Runs Open:Access Chairlift and sledging opens on the 4th Dec. Skiing opens as soon as we have enough snow. Cafe open daily 8-4pm, accommodation open as normal.

News: From the 1st Nov to the 3rd Dec the Base station cafe opening hours will be 8am until 4pm. Bike tracks, bike hire and summer tubing now closed for the season. View Full Report

Glencoe Mountain Resort