As of 5 January 2021, everyone in mainland Scotland including Skye is being asked to stay at home except for essential purposes. These restrictions will run throughout January and all mountain snowsports centres will be closed during this time. Please check the Covid-19 restrictions for the most up to date information.
We'd love to be able to say that you can take to the slopes of our snowsports centres at any point in the year*, but truth be told, it really is essential to check the snow conditions before planning a skiing or snowboarding trip. Firstly, you'll need to check that there's suitable snow coverage and also to ensure that runs are not affected by high winds or severe weather conditions.
Find detailed information for each resort below, such as up-to-date snow reports, webcam images, weather forecasts, lift and road statuses and the latest news from Scotland's slopes.
*Although, technically, you can! Snow Factor near Glasgow is a real snow indoor centre, with fresh snow blown indoors 364 days a year. Scotland's ski resorts aren't just for winter activities too - in the summer, many of the centres offer walking, tours and even mountain biking!