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The Skiing Centres of Scotland

It's been a great couple of winters for snowsports in Scotland, and with ski areas close enough to the main population centres, Scotland is a great choice for short breaks, sharpening up your game before that holiday abroad, or just taking advantage of a perfect day.

Scotland has five main ski centres, and they all offer something whatever your standard - the great news is you can buy an all season, all centres pass for 2013/14: Buy Online  or download an application form.

If you're new to skiing in Scotland, or just want a handy central source of information, this website is for you.  Not only does it summarise what's on offer at the centres, along with contact and other information, it also makes it easy to find accommodation near your chosen area. 

CairnGorm Mountain

CairnGorm Mountain

CairnGorm Mountain is one of Scotland's top visitor attractions. CairnGorm is Scotland's second largest ski resort and one of the most reliable, dating back to 1960. Offering all year outdoor activities with mountain biking and guided walks in the summer, skiing and snowboarding in the winter. CairnGorm Mountain's ski run covers 30km, with...

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Glenshee Ski Centre

Glenshee Ski Centre

Glenshee Ski Centre is the UK's largest skiing and snowboarding resort. Glenshee is an amazing variety of natural terrain for all standards of skiers and snowboarders, with 22 lifts and 36 runs you will never get bored! Glenshee Ski Resort covers a massive 790 hectares, reaching 3504ft, with the longest run being a grand...

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Glencoe Mountains

Glencoe Mountains

Glencoe Mountain Ski Centre is the original skiing destination in Scotland (Est. 1956) and one of the best! Glencoe Ski Centre offers 19 runs and 7 lifts for skiing and snowboarding on Meall a' Bhuiridh, catering for all levels of ability. The variety in the terrain allows beginners to enjoy a gentle run...

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Nevis Range

Nevis Range

The Nevis Range is situated on the northern slopes of Aonach Mòr within the Grampian Mountains. Aonach Mòr sits two miles north east of Ben Nevis, the UK's highest Mountain at 4409 feet above sea level, near the town of Fort William. Nevis Ski Range features chairlifts, ski tows, gondola, cafés & bars...

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The Lecht Ski Centre

The Lecht Ski Centre

The Lecht Ski Centre sitting high in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park.The Lecht is situated 2090 feet above sea level within the Cairngorm Mountains near Strathdon, accessed by some of Scotland's highest roads. The area is renowned for attracting heavy snowfall, folklore has it that in years gone by the...

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