Chairlift Rides

The Glencoe Mountain Resort is set in an area that is renowned for it’s scenic beauty; and one of the best ways to view this stunning scenery is by taking the chairlift. Enjoy a relaxing trip back down the same way, alternatively you can walk, mountain bike, ski/snowboard or even paraglide back down dependent on what season you come in.
Base of chairlift

View our 360 degree Glencoe panorama taken from the 2nd viewpoint

The chairlift runs throughout the year and takes you from the valley floor up to 2200ft in just 12 minutes with spectacular views of waterfalls, Ranoch Moor and towards the Buchaille Etive Mor. 

 

The Eagles Rest, directly off of the chairlift provides a fantastic viewpoint with no need for any hiking. If you are feeling a little more adventurous there is another viewpoint on the Summit of Creag Dhubb; this is just a brisk 3/4 mile walk from the top of the chair and gives beautiful views down Glen Etive.

All ages can enjoy the chairlift and provision can be made for disabled access, prices below:

A ride on the chairlift costs £12 for adults and £8 children. Family tickets are £35.

We have introduced additional measures during the Coronavirus crises to keep you safe – click here to find out more.

More information on Glencoe Walks and hiking.

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Runs Open:Our Access chairlift is currently closed for annual maintenance. It will open again on the 5th Dec along with the plateau cafe and our snowfactory sledging slope on the mountain. Skiing will start when we have enough snow or on the 19th Dec whichever comes first.


News: Snowfactory now making snow on the sledging slope ready for the Access Chairlift opening again on the 5th Dec.

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