Glencoe Mountain

Ski Resorts

Kingshouse, Glencoe, Ballachulish, Argyll, PH49 4HZ

    Visit the original & best ski area in Scotland.

    Established in 1956 Glencoe is Scotland's oldest Ski centre and has a reputation as being a great venue for the more experienced skier. With stunning scenery and a great choice of runs including the famous 'flypaper' (The UK's steepest black run) Glencoe is a must visit destination for the more experienced skier and snowboarder.

    However what few people know is that Glencoe also has a large plateau area which makes the perfect setting for those new to snow sports. Further improvements to the beginner's area have been made for this season with a new rope tow across the plateau which has its very own snow cannon to ensure that the very best snow conditions are always available.

    The resort is set among 200hectares of fabulous scenery in the 'Meall a' Bhuiridh Massif' a large basin with outstanding snow holding characteristics which means skiing in late April and May is often possible.

    There are 7 lifts, 19 runs, an avalanche transceiver training park, free sledging area (we provide the sledges), ski hire, ski school and 2 cafés with great home cooked food served on a daily basis.

    In summer visitors can enjoy sightseeing trips on the chairlift,, downhill and cross country mountain biking and great home cooked food in the panoramic cafe. Onsite accommodation is available all year round in the form of cute microlodges that sleep up to 4 people, camping and camper van hook-ups also available. With showers and drying rooms are available to all guests.

    Activities
    Ski Schools Ski Shops and Hire
    Opening Times
    Open All Year
    Snowsports Dec - April, Accommodation and cafe all year.
    1 Jan 2015 - 31 Dec 2015

    Cafe open from 9am - 8.30pm daily. Activities from 9am -4.30pm.

    Ticket Information
    Type
    Tariff
    1 day midweek ski pass - Adult £25.00 per person per day
    1 day midweek ski pass - Child £18.00 per person per day
    Chairlift only - adult £10.00 per ticket
    Chairlift only - child £5.00 per ticket
    Chairlift ticket - Family £25.00 per ticket
    Senior/armed forces/student midweek ski pass £20.00 per person per day
    Ski or snowboard equipment hire - adult £25.00 per person per day
    Ski or snowboard equipment hire - child £20.00 per person per day
    Ski or snowboard lesson - Adult £25.00 per booking
    Ski or snowboard lesson - Junior £20.00 per booking
    Weekend and holiday period ski pass - adult £32.00 per person per day
    Weekend and holiday period ski pass - junior £20.00 per person per day

    Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.

    Catering

    • Bar Available
    • Breakfast Available
    • Cafe / Restaurant available on site
    • Dinner Available
    • Full Alcohol Drinks License
    • Kiosk/ Shop
    • Lunch Available
    • Patio/Beer Garden
    • Restaurant
    • Tea & Coffee Available
    • Vegetarian Food Available

    Domestic

    • Changing Room/Lockers
    • Public Toilet Facilities
    • Toilets

    Leisure Facilities

    • Gift Shop

    Payment Methods

    • BACS
    • Debit Card
    • VISA Card

    Transport

    • Accessible Parking or Drop Off Point
    • Bike Storage Available
    • Coach Parking On-site
    • Cycle Hire Nearby
    • Free Parking On-Site
    • On Public Transport Route
    • Parking

    Children

    • Baby Changing Facilities Available
    • Children Welcome
    • Highchair Available

    Facilities

    • Level Access
    • Picnic Area
    • Tuition Available

    Location

    • Rural Location

    Special Requirements

    • Children Welcome
    • Coach Parties Welcome
    • Dogs Welcome
    • Families
    • Groups Welcome
    • Hen/Stag Parties Welcome
    • Pets Allowed
    • Pets Welcome
    • School Groups Welcome
    • Senior Citizens
    • Young People

    Wedding Services

    • Able to erect a marquee

    Public Transport Directions

    Glencoe is situated on the A82, 26 miles south of Fort William and 23 miles north of Crianlarich.

    From the north, head down to Fort William and keep following the road south.

    From the south, take the M74 to Glasgow and from here, follow signs for Dumbarton on the A82. Past Dumbarton, the A82 continues all the way to Glencoe. This very scenic route will take you along the shores of Loch Lomond as you head north to Crianlarich, Tyndrum and finally over Rannoch Moor, from where the ski centre is clearly sign posted.

    Alternatively, if you are travelling from the east, there are several routes off the A9 which take you to Crianlarich and north. These include the A84 from Perth, the A85 from Stirling and the A827 from Balinluig.

    Transport within Scotland

    For public transport information to visit here from within Scotland, enter your postcode and visit date below.

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    Attraction Entrance

    • There are steps to the main entrance
      • Number of steps 6

    Parking

    • Parking provided for visitors
      • Parking on site
      • Within about 50 metres of the attraction
    • There is a drop-off point for guests immediately outside the main entrance

    This information is self-assessed; therefore we accept no liability for its accuracy. Please contact the venue for further information.

    Conditions Overview

    The red and black bike tracks are open for the season. Day passes £25 for adults and £20 for juniors. The Access chairlift is open daily for sightseeing. Tubing on the dry ski slope is open from 10am to 4pm daily and is priced at just £5 per hour. Bike hire must be prebooked. Bike tracks close on the 30th Aug this year to allow major upgrade to the Access chair.

    Last Updated: 31/07/2015 05:00

    Run Conditions

    • Vertical Runs:
    • Snow Level: 2400ft

    Weather

    • Current Weather: Dry and sunny
    • Weather Forecast: Sunshine, occasional showers and a light wind.

    Road Status

    • Status: All roads clear, it is summer after all.

    News From The Slopes

    • The red and black bike tracks are open for the season. Day passes £25 for adults and £20 for juniors. The Access chairlift is open daily for sightseeing. Tubing on the dry ski slope is open from 10am to 4pm daily and is priced at just £5 per hour. Bike hire must be prebooked. Bike tracks close on the 30th Aug this year to allow major upgrade to the Access chair.

    Run Status

    Run difficulty & name Status
    • Plateau Run
    • The Low Road
    • Access Return
    • Mugs Alley
    • Bunny Run
    • The High Road
    • Thrombosis
    • Canyon
    • The Wall
    • Wall Crossover
    • Etive Glades
    • Happy Valley
    • Main Basin
    • Rannoch Glades
    • Spring Run
    • Fly Paper
    • Beginners Run
    • Old Mugs Alley
    Key
    • Easy
    • Intermediate
    • Difficult
    • Very Difficult
    • Closed
    • Open
    • Expected to Open
    • Limited Patrol

    Lift Status

    Lift Name Status
    • Access Chairlift
    • Beginners Tow
    • Cliffhanger Chairlift
    • Main Basin T-Bar Tow
    • Plateau Poma
    • Rannoch Button Tow
    • The Wall T-Bar

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