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  • A lone skier watches the sun set at Glencoe Mountain Resort in the Highlands
    Sunset at Glencoe Mountain Resort, the Highlands
  • A snowboarder at Nevis Range Mountain Resort, with a view beyond to Loch Eil, in the Highlands of Scotland
    Snowboarding at the Nevis Range in the Highlands
  • A group of boarders stand holding their board in front of a tow lift with their hands in the air
    Snowboarders at Glencoe Mountain
  • A skier upside down in mid air at Glenshee Ski Centre
    Glenshee Ski Centre

A Scottish ski holiday is straight-forward to organise - all the major snow resorts are within easy reach of Scotland's cities and have a great range of accommodation nearby. The ski centres have great facilities and offer value-for-money ski passes for their green, blue, red and black runs.

Scotland is ideal for skiing holidays, whether you want a weekend getaway, midweek  break or a longer stay. The ski centres are well-known for being friendly places which provide a great service for all those who want to experience a thrilling ski and snowboard holiday within the UK. In and around the resorts there are ski schools, lessons and equipment hire, as well as cafes, restaurants, shops and other activities to enjoy during your break.

Ski centres

Each centre has its own unique feel - Glenshee Ski Centre is the largest ski centre in the UK with no less than 36 runs. Glencoe Mountain Resort, Scotland’s first ski resort, is a popular centre with 19 runs to choose from. The Nevis Range near Fort William features the only mountain gondola of its kind in Britain and neighbours the country's tallest mountain, Ben Nevis. CairnGorm Mountain is a favourite with skiers and snowboarders alike and has Scotland’s only funicular railway. In the eastern Cairngorms is the Lecht 2090, the country's most compact ski resort which enjoys the most consistent snow of all the resorts.

For those looking to hone their skills, refresh their memory or learn from scratch on snow, you may wish to consider Snow Factor in Braehead. This indoor centre guarentees real fresh snow throughout the year and is the ideal place to test out your 'ski feet' before heading to the mountains.

Accommodation

For your skiing holiday you might want to be based in one of Scotland’s key outdoor resorts like Aviemore or Fort William, or in the wider area. From self catering lodges to hotels and B&Bs, you'll find that the nearby accommodation caters for a variety of tastes and group sizes.

Plan your ski holiday

The Scottish snowsports season typically runs between December and April, although it varies from resort to resort. Before you go be sure to check the snow conditions, read our frequently asked questions and remember that even when there’s no snowfall you can go skiing in