Glenshee Ski & Snowboard Centre offers the UK's most extensive skiing and snowboarding facilities.
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Snowsports in Winter, mountain biking and walkingin Summer
Glenshee has runs for all levels of skier from beginner to very advanced
Glenshee was host to the first British Snowboard Championships
There is fantastic ski touring accessible from the Glenshee skiing area.
Opening times, directions, parking, eating, safety and other essential information.
The base café runs from first thing in the morning until going home time, it serves fast food and is fully licensed so you can enjoy a gluhwein at the end of the day!
The Cairnwell café and Meall Odhar café open as they become accessible. Latest opening status
Selling all those items you forget to bring, hats, gloves, goggles and more.
Great places to stay around Glenshee from wooden pods to luxury hotels & group lodges.
The new Cairnwell chair lift will be opening everyday weather permitting through out June to end of September serving walkers and climbers exploring the Braemar landscape. We will also open every weekend
Ski-Scotland has teamed up with CutMedia, producers of Danny MacAskills The Ridge to bring you some amazing footage of skiing and boarding on Scotlands mountains.
Forecast For: 23rd Sep 2017
There is some fantastic ski touring accessible from the Glenshee ski area.
If you are using the pistes outwith opening times could you avoid newly groomed pistes.
In opening hours stick outside fences and if you want to use the lifts for accesss please buy a ticket. A single uplift ticket is available from the Ski Centre. Please pick up the new Ski touring code from ski patrol. This has been produced by the Mountaineering Scotland for all our safety and enjoyment.
For avalanche and weather forcasts there are boards in Ski Patrol or outside ticket office.
We are also putting in a transciever park to the north of Sunnyside near to the road for you to practise your skills.
For further information go to the Scottish Avalanche Information Service www.sais.gov.uk