Cairngorm Mountain

The Cairngorm Mountian resort is situated on Scotland’s 6th highest mountain (1245m/4085ft), which provides fantastic panoramic views on a bluebird day.

It is around 10 miles from Aviemore town centre and is supported by local transport links.

It has 13 green runs, ten blue, six red and two black runs. They have a range of tows, including Poma’s and T-bars.

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Glencoe Mountain Resort

Glencoe has the steepest and longest ski run in Scotland. There are 20 runs and eight lifts that cater for all levels.

Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, on Rannoch Moor, it provides everyone that ventures up with breathtaking views of the iconic Buachaille Etive Mor.

There is an onsite campsite complete with microlodges, Camper/Caravan sites and space for 20 tents for those who fancy braving the elements, and Fort William is just 26 miles north.

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Glenshee Mountain Resort

At over 3500ft, there is something for every snowsports enthusiast at Glenshee. Whether you are just starting out and looking for a gentle descent or you’re after adventure and craving the steep slopes to challenge your ability.

Glenshee has 36 runs and a combination of Poma’s, Chairlifts and T_Bar, with the longest run 2kms long.

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Nevis Range

As Scotland’s highest mountain range, Nevis has a fantastic array of runs dissecting the piste. Just 10 minutes north of Fort William, there is parking, catering and a hotel complex under construction.

Situated on Annoch Mor, in the shadow of Ben Nevis, the Nevis range also boast some exciting off-piste opportunities. These are, however, primarily the reserve of expert skiers and snowboarders.

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The Lecht 2090

The Lecht 2090 Ski Centre, is nestled in the glen between Tomintoul and Strathdon and sits 2090ft above sea level.

It is the smallest of the five ski centres but it has something for every level of snowsports. Opened in 1977 it has grown into one of the most popular resorts with 16 slopes and 13 lifts.

Again, it has a cafe stocked with great locally sourced produce and plenty of car parking space.

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