Happy New Year from us all at the Isle of Eriska, we are looking forward to the start of the snow season, Glencoe Ski slope is a perfect day for beginners to experienced skiers, snowboarders and extreme sledging.
Glencoe Mountain Resort originally known as White Corries is Scotland’s original ski centre dating back to 1956. Glencoe extends over 200 hectares and operates on the Meall A’Bhuiridh Massif situated in the south end overlooking Rannoch Moor of the Glencoe valley and is a stunning locations offering fantastic skiing and snowboarding boarding for all levels.
The ski area has seven lifts on Meall a’ Bhuiridh which serve a variety of 19 ski runs. Glencoe is by no means the largest ski centre in Scotland, but it's still a firm favourite with many Scottish skiers and boarders thanks to its unique and exhilarating terrain, and a snow holding record second to none.
So what has Glencoe Ski Slope got to offer?
- 30th Jan 2016- Glencoe Mountain Rail Jam
- 19th & 20th March 2016 – Scottish Snow Festival
- 20th March – Junior Coe Cup
- 2nd & 3rd April – Coe Cup FreeRide World Tour 1* Qualifier
Runs: Four Green, Five Blue, Six Red and One Black, watch out for "Fly Paper" the Steepest run in Britain
“Head down the Main Basin and into the Canyon, you'll pop out under the Cliff Hanger Chair, which usually has a fun gully to air out of. Keep your speed up and ride across the Plateau to the top of the Access Chair. If there's sufficient snow you can ride all the way to the car park – keep to the left of the chair for some of the best open off-piste runs in Scotland”
Scott McMorris, Oakley snow team manager
Starting from £166.50 per person
Friday the 29th of January for two nights £166.50 per person, per night perfect for guests who looking for a day on the slopes followed by relaxation in the Spa.
*full pre-payment required at time of booking
Call us on 01631 720371 or email email@example.com for further information and to book.