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Scotland Ski Summary History

Last updated: Wed 25th Apr, 2018 at 11:22

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Last updated: Tue 17th Apr, 2018 at 22:22

The Scottish ski season continues but through midweek only Cairngorm and Glencoe are operational. Glenshee and the Lecht are now closed and Nevis Range will open from Thursday to Sunday. Temperatures are set to soar in coming days but this weekend could offer fun skiing on sugary spring snow under warm sunny skies.

Last updated: Sun 15th Apr, 2018 at 19:10

The season continues in Scotland as major resorts close across the Alps and the Rockies. On Monday all five ski centres will offer some uplift for skiing on Scottish granular sugar spring snow the will vary in texture from hard to soft through the day.

Last updated: Thu 12th Apr, 2018 at 00:04

Conditions will be windy and mild on Thursday but it should be dry and all five of the Scottish ski centres hope to open with still lots of skiing on offer on wet spring snow. With the freezing level now over the summits the snow cover is reducing rapidly so skiing on the highest slopes is best, when the winds allow access lifts to operate.

Last updated: Tue 10th Apr, 2018 at 23:04

The freezing level moves up to 4000ft on Wednesday and this means Scottish spring snow conditions at all elevations. All five of the ski centres plan to operate with almost all pistes fully complete and lifts operating subject to demand.Overhead conditions will be rather damp and cloudy but any bright periods will provide an opportunity for skiers to enjoy the exceptional late season snow cover.

Last updated: Mon 09th Apr, 2018 at 22:52

The fine overhead conditions for skiers in Scotland come to an end through Tuesday as cloud builds and rain, sleet and snow sweeps over the Highlands. By Wednesday it will become brighter and all five centres will continue to offer skiing at all elevations with upper slopes still offering great sport on wet spring snow.

Last updated: Sun 08th Apr, 2018 at 21:17

The superb spring conditions continue in Scotland with still favourable overhead ensuring skiers can make the absolute most of skiing at all elevations in all five of the Scottish ski centres. On Monday all pistes and, subject to demand, most lifts can operate.

Last updated: Sat 07th Apr, 2018 at 11:48

Wonderful spring snow conditions are on offer in the Highlands and with all pistes and more or less all uplift open at all five of the centres the conditions could hardly be better for Scottish skiers. On Sunday the freezing level will rise to summit level, winds will be light and there should be some good periods of sunshine.

Last updated: Thu 05th Apr, 2018 at 19:43

Wonderful snow conditions in the Highlands right now but Friday will see high winds and periods rain. sleet and snow. However the weekend weather and beyond look excellent and there is lots of potential for fully exploiting the remarkable snow cover on pistes of all elevations at all five of the Scottish ski centres.

Last updated: Wed 04th Apr, 2018 at 19:46

Thursday should be one of the best days of the season, if visibility remains decent, as all five of the Scottish ski centres hold deep, dry and fresh snow cover at all elevations. With winds not expected to be a problem all lifts can operate, subject to demand, and all pistes are complete and open. On Friday the weather turns wild again.

Last updated: Tue 03rd Apr, 2018 at 20:22

Deep dry fresh snowfall is reported from all five of the Scottish ski centres and snowfall is expected to continue through to Wednesday afternoon. The forecast indicates good overhead conditions for Thursday and this could well be the best day of the entire season with all runs fully complete in the east and west Highlands. Happy days for Scottish skiing!

Last updated: Mon 02nd Apr, 2018 at 19:22

The snow keeps coming in Scotland and through the afternoon of Easter Monday fresh snowfall progressively became heavier at all five of the ski centres in the Highlands. It has been a wonderful few days of Easter skiing in the East and West Highlands and now the forecast indicates high winds and snow for the next 2 days.

Last updated: Sun 01st Apr, 2018 at 17:44

After periods of fantastic skiing conditions at all five of the Scottish ski centres through the weekend the week ahead promises significant amounts of fresh snow. On Easter Monday all centres in the Highlands will be open with firm dry snow cover at all elevations. Through the day wind and cloud cover will increase as fresh snowfall moves into the region.

Last updated: Sat 31st Mar, 2018 at 15:38

There are excellent skiing conditions in prospect for Easter Sunday and Monday in the Scottish Highlands with all five of the ski centres open and offering more or less all pistes at all elevations, plus all uplift. The forecast for the week ahead indicates good ski conditions until mid week when high winds and heavy snowfall is expected to arrive.

Last updated: Fri 30th Mar, 2018 at 14:47

It is a long time since the Scottish ski centres have had such complete snow cover for Easter and this weekend almost all Scottish pistes will be complete. Overhead conditions will be pretty reasonable but it will be cold and breezy. Snow conditions will be spring like on lower slopes but fresh and dry at higher elevations.

Last updated: Thu 29th Mar, 2018 at 08:44

There are excellent conditions for skiers in the Scottish Highlands and this Easter will be one of the best for many many years in terms of snow cover with all five the centres offering top to bottom skiing and more or less all pistes fully complete. Fresh snowfall will favour the East Highlands through to the weekend.

Last updated: Wed 28th Mar, 2018 at 15:50

There are good skiing and snow conditions in the Highlands with fresh snow cover reported today by Glencoe and Nevis Range and fine firm packed and groomed surface conditions at Cairngorm, Glenshee and the Lecht. More or less all runs are complete at all elevations and fresh snow flurries are expected through to the weekend piste.

Last updated: Tue 27th Mar, 2018 at 13:47

Windy conditions in the Highlands through Tuesday and this limited uplift at the five Scottish ski centres but on a more positive note fresh snow was falling at all elevations and piste conditions will be improved once uplift open access to all pistes. Wind will ease through Wednesday and Thursday so good skiing in prospect.

Last updated: Mon 26th Mar, 2018 at 11:13

Recent fine weather for skiers transitions into more unsettled conditions through midweek across the five Scottish ski centres with heavy sleet and snow likely for extended periods by Wednesday. Prospects for Easter look good though as air temperatures through this week will stay low enough to allow all Scottish pistes to remain complete.

Last updated: Sun 25th Mar, 2018 at 13:21

There have been super conditions across all five of the Scottish ski centres through the weekend and Monday promises more excellent snow sports. However by Tuesday and through midweek overhead conditions will deteriorate with sleet and snow and high winds expected.

Last updated: Sat 24th Mar, 2018 at 16:13

There are good conditions for skiers in the Highlands this weekend with all five centres open and offering more or less all pistes. Temperatures have risen and fallen considerably in recent days and this has impacted on surface conditions but light falls of fresh snow and pisting work has improved surface conditions at all elevations.

Last updated: Fri 23rd Mar, 2018 at 14:28

This weekend in the Highlands should see all five of the Scottish ski centres operational with most uplift and all pistes on offer. The freeing level rose through Friday to dampen the snow base at lower elevations but the weekend weather will be cooler and brighter so there should be good winter sport on offer.

Last updated: Fri 23rd Mar, 2018 at 14:25

This weekend in the Highlands should see all five of the Scottish ski centres operational with most uplift and all pistes on offer. The freeing level rose through Friday to dampen the snow base at lower elevations but the weekend weather will be cooler and brighter so there should be good winter sport on offer.

Last updated: Thu 22nd Mar, 2018 at 17:02

Wind, rain and again snow are all in store for Scottish skiers over the next 48 hours as the recent fine ski weather in the Highlands gives way to new fronts. The snow cover remains excellent and with only a short period of mild and wet air to come the damage to the snow pack should be limited and quickly repaired by the fresh snow also forecast.

Last updated: Thu 22nd Mar, 2018 at 17:00

Wind, rain and again snow are all in store for Scottish skiers over the next 48 hours as the recent fine ski weather in the Highlands gives way to new fronts. The snow cover remains excellent and with only a short period of mild and wet air to come the damage to the snow pack should be limited and quickly repaired by the fresh snow also forecast.

Last updated: Thu 22nd Mar, 2018 at 16:48

Wind, rain and again snow are all in store for Scottish skiers over the next 48 hours as the recent fine ski weather in the Highlands gives way to new fronts. The snow cover remains excellent and with only a short period of mild and wet air to come the damage to the snow pack should be limited and quickly repaired by the fresh snow also forecast.

Last updated: Wed 21st Mar, 2018 at 14:32

There have been epic skiing conditions in the Highlands in recent days but weather conditions are changing now and mild air will push the freezing level closer to summit elevation through Thursday with periods of sleet possible. Whilst all centres plan to open with all pistes complete skiers can expect some deterioration of snow conditions on lower slopes.

Last updated: Tue 20th Mar, 2018 at 18:08

Currently conditions for skiers in the Highlands are about as good as they get in Scotland with all pistes complete and deep dry snow cover at all elevations. On Wednesday overhead cloud will increase and visibility will become limited at time, but all five centres plan to open with uplift running subject to demand.

Last updated: Mon 19th Mar, 2018 at 17:25

There are finally fine overhead conditions in the Highlands and skiers are able to maximise enjoyment of deep fresh snow cover at all five of the Scottish ski centres. Through Tuesday conditions should continue to allow most uplift to operate, subject to demand, with all pistes fully complete.

Last updated: Sun 18th Mar, 2018 at 17:44

The wild weather has eased now in the Highlands and skiers on Monday can look forward to relatively calm and bright overhead at all five of the Scottish ski centres. Snow conditions are fresh and dry and once pistes have been prepared the skiing conditions should be excellent at all elevations.