Get ready to make the most of the snow this winter and book up for an action-packed adventure at one of Scotland’s mountain resorts.

There are five resorts to choose from, and when the conditions are right, they provide a fantastic test, no matter the discipline.

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Fun For The Family

With snowmaking facilities at three of the five resorts, there will be guaranteed snow at the base level, ensuring lesson programmes and entry-level snowsports can continue no matter the conditions.

And when the snow comes, even the most experienced snowsports enthusiast will enjoy the challenge.

The Highlands also provide the very best that Scottish hospitality has to offer. Excellent restaurants and bars and an array of outdoor pursuits for the whole family to ensure your trip will be a success no matter what.

Follow the link below to find out all that is on offer from our friends at VisitScotland and get booked up today.

Five Mountain Resorts

We are blessed with five fantastic mountain resorts that boast a range of facilities. All five resorts are housed in the the Highlands and Aberdeenshire and within an hour’s drive of a Scottish city.

These mountains have produced some of Great Britain’s most successful winter athletes including Alain Baxter, Finlay Mickel, Alex Tilley, Charlie Guest, Kirsty Muir, Andrew Musgrave and Andrew Young.

The mountain resorts include:

  • Cairngorm Mountain
  • Glencoe
  • Glenshee
  • Nevis Range
  • The Lecht 2090

Each of the resorts has varying levels of facilities and enjoy a good relationship with the local hoteliers and hostels in the area to ensure a very warm welcome.

There are large car parks to accommodate the crowds and public transport links to each of the resorts.

No Snow? No Problem

All our mountain resorts now have ground-level snowmaking facilities, which means they can offer children’s lessons and beginners activities, no matter the weather.

For those in the central belt, we work closely with SnowFactor too, who offer the full nordic experience on snow inside.

There is also an extensive network of dry slopes across Scotland that are all within a short drive of local population hubs.

So, why not brush off the cobwebs before you head up north and tackle the mountains.

Find a Local Club

If you are new to snowsports and want to learn more about getting involved, you can get in touch with our team at snowsport.

Or why not get in touch with a local club that can point you in the right direction and get you started with lessons, advice on kit and much more.