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Scotland Ski Summary History

Last updated: Sat 22nd Nov, 2014 at 14:41

Still no snow at any of the five Scottish ski centres and so the waiting game continues with all eyes of the 7 day forecast for the Highlands.

Last updated: Fri 21st Nov, 2014 at 14:30

It is still heather covering all pistes at all elevations in Scotland rather than snow and so the five ski centres in the Highlands remain on standby for the start of the new season.

Last updated: Thu 20th Nov, 2014 at 16:51

There remains no skiable snow in the Highlands and so all five of the Scottish ski centres continue the waiting game and willing the heather to turn to powder sooner rather than later.

Last updated: Wed 19th Nov, 2014 at 14:46

There has been no skiing yet this season in Scotland and with the pistes still dressed in heather, rather than snow, the situation is not likely to change in the next few days.

Last updated: Tue 18th Nov, 2014 at 17:12

Light dustings of snow have recently landed on the summits above the 5 Scottish ski centres but still no snow is lying where it is required. For now the centres remain on standby awaiting winter weather.

Last updated: Sun 16th Nov, 2014 at 14:28

A dusting of snow in the Highlands now but still no where near enough for any uplift to operate, and so the five Scottish ski centres remain on stand-by awaiting the first day of the new ski season.

Last updated: Sat 15th Nov, 2014 at 13:08

The rain continues to fall in the Highlands with the freezing level still just too high for snow at any of the 5 Scottish ski centres, hence no skiing on offer yet.

Last updated: Fri 14th Nov, 2014 at 15:29

Heavy rain rather than snow continues to affect the Highlands and so there remains no skiing in Scotland at any of the five ski centres. As soon as sufficient snow accumulates, the season will begin.

Last updated: Thu 13th Nov, 2014 at 15:57

Lots of rain in the Highlands recently but still no skiable snow cover at any of the five Scottish ski centres. As soon as enough snow accumulates for skiing, the season will get underway.

Last updated: Tue 11th Nov, 2014 at 14:35

Plenty of precipitation in the Highlands currently but the freezing level is still too high for snowfall. All five of the ski centres in Scotland remain on stand-by for the start of the new winter season.

Last updated: Mon 10th Nov, 2014 at 16:34

This time last year there was some skiing on offer at the top of Cairngorm but this week all five of the centres remain closed awaiting the first big snowfalls of the winter.

Last updated: Fri 07th Nov, 2014 at 14:46

Insufficent snow in the Highlands for any skiing currently but all five of the Scottish ski centres are on standby for the new season to begin.

Last updated: Thu 06th Nov, 2014 at 14:11

There is insufficient snow cover in the Highlands for any of the five Scottish ski centres to get the new season underway. They are however on stand-by now and ready for the season to start.

Last updated: Wed 05th Nov, 2014 at 14:52

A light cover of fresh snow in the Highlands now but not sufficient for the new ski season to commence in Scotland.

Last updated: Tue 04th Nov, 2014 at 15:02

There is no skiing on offer in the Highlands yet but the 5 ski centres are on standby for the start of the new winter season.

Last updated: Mon 03rd Nov, 2014 at 14:58

There is no skiing in Scotland currently and no snow at the 5 ski centres in the Highlands. They are however on stand by for the start of the new ski season.

Last updated: Fri 31st Oct, 2014 at 09:24

There is no snow for skiing in Scotland currently but the centres are now on standby for the start of the new season.

Last updated: Mon 20th Oct, 2014 at 13:46

The Scottish ski season will get underway just as soon as enough of the white stuff accumulates in the Highlands. Have a great season!

Last updated: Tue 08th Apr, 2014 at 14:26

Our daily updated synopsis for the Scottish ski centres has now finished for the season but our snow reports and the mountain forecasts, which update four times per day, for the five centres continues until all the ski centres in the Highlands stop providing uplift for skiers.

Last updated: Sat 05th Apr, 2014 at 12:55

It remains mild in the Highlands this weekend and Glenshee has now decided they will not open again until snow returns. On Sunday then Cairngorm, Glencoe and Nevis Range will offer skiing on wet spring snow. The upper slopes are still complete and when visibility is good the skiing is fun with no lift queues reported.

Last updated: Thu 03rd Apr, 2014 at 12:02

Rather dull and cloudy in the Highlands currently with the freezing level through the day close to summit elevation so not ideal ski conditions. However the snow cover remains impressive on upper slopes and all that is required is some sunshine to create excellent spring skiing conditions at all the centres in the Highlands, except the Lecht which is closed.

Last updated: Wed 02nd Apr, 2014 at 13:34

The Highlands are still offering skiing at four of the five Scottish ski centres. Only the Lecht is closed with no snow. The other centres are offering skiing on wet granular snow and there is still a surprising amount on terrain on offer, especially at Glencoe which has all runs complete. On Thursday it will be wet and very windy so not ideal for skiers and uplift is likely to be adversely affected.

Last updated: Tue 01st Apr, 2014 at 12:57

Very mild in the Highlands now and snow cover is reducing fast on lower slopes. Even on the highest slopes the snow pack is wet but when the sun comes out there is good fun to be had thanks to still substantial snow depths on the high pistes of Cairngorm, Glencoe, Glenshee and Nevis Range. The Lecht is now closed with no snow cover.

Last updated: Mon 31st Mar, 2014 at 16:27

Spring ski conditions now in Scotland with Cairngorm, Glencoe, Glenshee and Nevis Range still offering some very good skiing on upper slopes that in many places have a deep cover of mostly soft or wet granular snow. The Lecht is closed due to lack of snow. Tuesday should be another decent ski day however the winds will remain quite strong from the east.

Last updated: Sun 30th Mar, 2014 at 09:55

There is still skiing in Scotland at Cairngorm, Glencoe, Glenshee and Nevis Range. The upper slopes still have good snow cover and runs are mostly complete with decent skiing available, when the overhead conditions are right. On Monday these four centres plan to operate though strong easterly winds are again forecast and this may affect uplift at times.

Last updated: Sat 29th Mar, 2014 at 16:21

Strong easterly winds on Saturday limited the uplift at Nevis Range but Glencoe, Cairngorm and Glenshee offered some quite good sport with still almost all upper pistes well covered with snow. Sunday will be windy again and there is a chance of rain showers as the freezing level rises to the summits of the Highlands. Snow conditions are probably best described as variable.

Last updated: Fri 28th Mar, 2014 at 15:20

A strong easterly airflow is moving over the Highlands but there was still some good skiing on offer on Friday. The weekend will have variable cloud cover and will still be breezy but all centres, except the Lecht which has no snow, will be offering most upper level pistes which currently hold a variety of snow conditions, depending on elevation and aspect.

Last updated: Thu 27th Mar, 2014 at 15:54

There is some good skiing available in the Scottish Highlands when overhead conditions allow. A strong easterly airflow brought in some light fresh snowfall on Thursday and it will remain breezy on Friday. Snow depths remains excellent on the upper slopes of 4 of the 5 ski centres, with only the Lecht closed due to lack of snow.

Last updated: Wed 26th Mar, 2014 at 15:43

Wonderful spring ski conditions in the Highlands on Wednesday with a softening snowpack underski and plenty of sunshine overhead. The other unusual feature of the day was almost no wind. On Thursday however very strong easterly winds return and may disrupt uplift plans at the 4 ski centres that plan to open and that can still offer almost all runs complete. Only the Lecht is closed due to lack of snow.

Last updated: Tue 25th Mar, 2014 at 14:50

There is some good skiing available in the Highlands now with 4 of the 5 Scottish ski centres open. Only the Lecht lacks snow and is closed. On Wednesday the forecast looks promising for a day of sunshine and not much wind for a change. The upper slopes have a wide and deep cover of dry firm packed snow with pockets of drifted powder. Lower slopes have more variable conditions but it