Skiing and Snowboarding


Cairngorm Mountain is the UK’s most popular ski area, home to Scotland's only funicular railway which takes passengers up to the country's highest restaurant, shop, mountain exhibition and viewing terrace. There are 11 ski lifts, including the funicular railway, serving 35 runs giving a total of 30km of piste (31% green, 29% blue, 31% red and 9% black). The longest run stretches for around 3km from top to bottom. There are several freestyle setups scarred across the mountain that compliment the snowpark at the top. or 01479 861 261 (28 miles from Crubenbeg; 40 minutes by car)

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Nevis Range

Nevis Range has skiing up to 1190 metres (3900ft) on the mountain of Aonach Mor. This is Scotland's newest and most modern ski area, located next to Britain's highest mountain, Ben Nevis. There are 12 ski lifts serving 35 runs giving a total of 20km of piste (20% green, 35% blue, 30% red and 15% black). or 01379 705 825 (42 miles from Crubenbeg; 65 minutes by car)

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The Lecht

Composed of largely parallel roadside drag lifts, the Lecht has also invested in snowmaking technology in recent seasons, paying dividends in snow cover through unpredictable Scottish winter weather.  There are 14 ski lifts serving 21 runs giving a total of 25km of piste (25% green, 45% blue, 25% red and 5% black). or 01975 651 440 (54 miles from Crubenbeg; 75 minutes by car)

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