We look forward to reopening our facilities in early December and begin our Snowsports season on the 19th December.
Together with the other Scottish ski areas we have developed a video, to let you know what to expect this season.
Heavy snowfall at one of Scotland’s best-loved winter sports destinations has resulted in the best conditions of the season.
Interim Chief Executive, Ross Harris introduces the new operating company, Cairngorm Mountain (Scotland) Ltd to season pass holders to provide an update on events post administration.
The warmest February set in record has diminished our snow. On a positive note, we have ideal conditions for walking in our trails within the ski area. Please pop in past our ticket office to pick up a walk map and they can advise you of the starting points. If you have left some essential…
Plans are afoot to ensure Cairngorm Mountain is well equipped to welcome skiers and other snowsports enthusiasts this winter. The first meeting of a new response team, held in Aviemore on Wednesday 10 October, brought…
The CairnGorm Funicular Railway has stopped operating as a safety precaution, while further investigations are carried out.
Funicular presently not operating Following on from observations made during our annual funicular structure inspection, engineers who specialise in structures like ours have been brought in to carry out further inspection, analysis and investigations. To allow this scope of works to proceed, we have been instructed to restrict the parameters of our normal operating procedures….
We are proud to announce that our own Operations Manager Colin Matthew, has recently been appointed as the chair-person of the Association of Scottish Ski Areas! We caught up with Colin to find out a little more on this organisation and what it represents… ASSA consists of the five Scottish ski areas, who get together…
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