Nevis Range Snowsports

Ski Resorts

Torlundy, Fort William, Inverness Shire, PH33 6SQ

    With skiing up to 1190 metres (3,900 feet) Nevis Range reaches high on to the mountain of Aonach Mor - Scotland's eighth highest - and offers skiing and boarding late into spring.

    The base of the snowsports area is accessed by the gondola, which is an attraction in its own right, lifting visitors from the car park just above sea level to 650 metres (2,150 feet). Skiers, boarders, mountain bikers, mountaineers and visitors all take advantage of the speedy ride that also boasts stunning views.

    Situated around the top of the gondola, close to the Snowgoose restaurant, you'll find the perfect arena for beginners, including a range of green and blue-graded runs. Thanks to an articificial slope there are even skiing opportunities here when snow is lean.

    Further up the mountain is an extensive network of red and black runs, as well as the acclaimed Boardwise terrain park.

    Here you'll also find the imposing off-piste expanse of the Back Corries with steep runs to challenge even the most experienced of skiers. And when you fancy a change, Nevis Range has a wide range of alternative winter activities to offer, from sledging to snowshoeing to the wackier snow biking.

    Mountain Bike Trails Multi-activity Centre Ski Schools Ski Shops and Hire Walks
    Opening Times
    Open All Year
    Snowsports October - May
    1 Jan 2015 - 31 Dec 2015

    Ticket Information
    Day Pass - Adult £31.00 per ticket
    Half Day Pass £23.00 per ticket
    Skis, boots & poles £22.00 per person per day
    Snowboard & boots £22.00 per person per day

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


    • Cafe / Restaurant available on site

    Road Directions

    From Fort William town centre, head north on the A82 following signs for Inverness.

    Approximately 7 miles north of Fort William, follow signposts for Nevis range and turn right onto an access road. Continue along for 1.3 miles and you will come to the Nevis Range car park. Approximately 7 miles, 15 minutes.

    Public Transport Directions

    From Fort William:

    By bike or by foot - you can cycle or walk to Nevis Range along the pathway which follows the A82, signpost to Inverness.  Once the pathway reaches Torlundy, it veers away from the A82 and heads through Leanachan forest, and to Nevis Range

    By bus - a bus service operates between Nevis Range and both Fort WIlliam and Spean Bridge. For times check with the operator Stagecoach. This service does not operate from mid November to mid December. 

    Transport within Scotland

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    Conditions Overview

    Summer at Nevis Range. At the Top Station enjoy the mountain views along the viewpoint walks and during school holidays the Zoom-Trax slide. Enjoy a meal whilst relaxing and taking in the wonderful scenery in the Snowgoose Restaurant and Bar. At the Base Station make the most of some lovely walking and cycling routes in forest along with the High Wire Adventure ropes courses or relax in the Pinemarten Cafe Bar whilst watching the mountain bikers complete their decent of the down hill tracks. Look out for information on our summer Ceilidhs and scenic chair lift in July and August. Snowsports are now closed. Thanks to all our customers and supporters for making the 2014/15 25th anniversary ski season such a good one.

    Last Updated: 04/05/2015 08:39

    Run Conditions

    • Vertical Runs:
    • Snow Level: 600m


    • Current Weather: CURRENT WEATHER TOP STATION 650m: Rain showers, cloudy. Good visibility. WIND AND TEMP at 650m: SW 15-35mph gusts 40mph, 4C
    • Weather Forecast: WEATHER FORECAST FOR THE COMING WEEK: Bright start to the week with Monday mainly dry and bright with light winds. Clouds gathering on Tuesday followed by a few days of showers and sunny spells with some snow on the higher slopes. Variable NW and SW winds.

    Road Status

    • Status: Clear.

    News From The Slopes

    • GONDOLA TIMES: 10am-5pm, wind permitting.
      HIGH WIRE ADVENTURE - open Friday - Monday inclusive. Book online or by phone.
      01397 705825 / BIKE UPLIFT - ORANGE DH AND RED XC: From Sat 9 May until Mid Sept. (See Bike Page for details of times, events and planned closures)

    Run Status

    Run difficulty & name Status
    • Spectre
    • Spider
    • Summit Run
    • Side Winder
    • Cats Alley
    • Inside Edge
    • Duncans Drop
    • Goose Gully
    • Link
    • Switch
    • Warrens
    • Flight
    • Upper Traverse
    • Nid Ridge
    • Nid Wall
    • Far West
    • The Fairway
    • Easy Rider
    • Allt Snechda
    • Alpha Traverse
    • Home Run
    • Yockies
    • Rabbit Run
    • Glaistig
    • Abhron
    • Rope Tow Run
    • Rob Roy
    • Rob Roy's Return
    • Chancer
    • Back Track
    • Yellow Belly
    • Winger Wall
    • Easy
    • Intermediate
    • Difficult
    • Very Difficult
    • Closed
    • Open
    • Expected to Open
    • Limited Patrol

    Lift Status

    Lift Name Status
    • Gondola
    • Rope Tow
    • Linnhe/Lochy Button
    • Alpha Button
    • Quad Chair
    • Goose T-Bar
    • Summit Button
    • Warren's T-Bar
    • Great Glen Chair
    • Rob Roy T-Bar
    • Braveheart Chair

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