One of Scotland's Top 10 Visitor Attractions and home to the UK's highest Funicular Railway!

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Lifts & Pistes

  • Mountain Status

  • Operations Update:

    End of day Tuesday 23rd January. Some nice snow conditions this afternoon after the wet snow pack from warm temperatures and some heavy rain showers earlier. This firmed up during the afternoon. All levels are now back to freezing and setting up nicely. Tomorrow’s forecast is for heavy snow on strong South Westerly winds 30 to 60 Mph at mid-day, with a temperature of -3C. There is still good cover across the mountain despite the thaw and we can move snow around again, as temperatures drop tomorrow. The White Lady piste is in good condition with thin cover into the M1 queuing area. Traverse, 105 and Cas Gunbarrel and upper Cas downline has good depth. The lower Zig Zag is closed. Run down lower slopes onto Car Park thin and narrow in places below the Shieling piste. M2 Piste remains full width, Day lodge piste is now thin with walking required at the base. First Updates from 8am tomorrow, available surface uplift dependent on wind speeds. Funicular and Snow sports opening from 9:30am. Ops2.
  • Snow Level:

    All Levels
  • Vertical Runs:

    600m

Funicular Railway

Take a spectacular journey on the UK’s highest funicular railway for views at over 3500 feet.

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Snow School

Learn the slopes at our on-site Snow School, where we can offer inclusive packages on-site that include ski passes, equipment hire and lessons all in the one place!

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