Online booking will be available from 1st DEC 2020.
Tickets are to be booked online preferably 24 hours in advance in case we need to limit sales.
Equipment Hire MUST be booked online by 8.30am THE DAY BEFORE arrival.
All Purchased Season Tickets and Advantage cards will be posted out by the end of Nov 20.
See Season 2020-21 guide
Cafe is now closed until 19th Dec 2020
Bookings for Electric Hook Ups will be available from 1st Dec 2020 Online Only.
Skiing, Snowboarding, Ski Touring
Ski & Snowboard Lessons
Beginner to advanced training Scotland's Snow-sport schools are friendly & professional
Clubs organise competitions and events at Glenshee
As last year we plan to open on the above date with the use of Snow Factory Snow on the Plastic run and the Beginners area. If Mother nature blesses us, we will open other runs as it becomes possible. As everyone does not exactly know what to expect but we do know that social distancing hand washing and masks/neck gaiter are vital to staying safe and Glenshee staying open. Masks/neck gaiters and social distancing are especially important in queues, at lifts, in toilets and all indoor areas. There will be screens and hand sanitising stations were appropriate.
On behalf of the Glenshee team thank you for your patience and understanding throughout these vague and challenging times. We are committed to your safety skiing or riding and hope to see you around Christmas time.
There will be a £5 daily parking charge for all vehicles, however for those of you who buy a day Snowsports pass or hold a current season pass there will be no charge. In either case you will need to display the parking voucher in your vehicle. (Available online). You will need to print the voucher at time of purchase , however if you are unable to print please take a screen shot of the voucher and show this to the car park attendant who will issue you with a voucher to display
These will only be sold online you must specify the date required when booking. These can be booked at anytime , however we advise you book 24hours prior to arrival in case we need to limit numbers. Track and trace information will be collected via the booking form. You will still have to go to the ticket office to show your QR code to collect your ticket but because of no money transactions this will be a lot quicker and less contact. Unforeseeable circumstances (e.g. road closure/Covid) available for a date change or refund, please contact info@ski-glenshee with request. In the past we have always adjusted the ticket price according to the amount of lifts open. This will not be possible this year, so we ask you to watch weather forecasts snow cover and lift availability daily to avoid disappointment. No half day tickets will be available this year. If visitation levels become unmanageable within the guidelines, we will have to limit ticket sales.
Online bookings only 24hr in advance with a 24hr cancellation or change of date policy. Day tickets will be bookable at same time and picked up at Equipment hire to avoid queuing twice. No half day hires will be available this year. Only bubble groups allowed in at any one time otherwise two at a time.
No clothing hire will be available this season. Hand sanitiser will be available at the entrance of the shop and at the customer service desk. A one-way system will be in place and social distancing under government guidelines will be in place. Only 8 customers allowed in the shop at any one time.
All three cafes will be open this season with the new addition of our catering trailer. The cafés will have limited seating to maintain social distancing. Hand sanitiser will be available at all entrances and exit points. A one-way system will be in place. Face coverings must be worn when waiting and moving around the café area. We will continue to support our staff and customers with protective screens at customer service point.
This season you will not be allowed to sit and wait in the cafes for your friends and family that are out on the hill. We ask you to wait in cars. Try and avoid peak times in cafes to avoid socially distanced queues