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Ski centre details
Name of Centre Glencoe Mountain
Telephone 01855 851226
Email Address admin@glencoemountain.co.uk
Web Address http://www.glencoemountain.com


Lift pass prices
Type Adult Child
Midweek Day £25.00 Under 16 £18.00
Weekend Day Pass £30.00 £20.00
Beginners Day Pass £20.00 Under 16 £15.00
Family 1 Day £90.00 -
1/2 Day £20.00 Under 16 £15.00
Student 1 Day £25.00 -
Megadeal, 2 hour lesson hire and lift pass £60.00 £50.00
Chairlift Only £10.00 Under 16 £5.00


Equipment hire
Type Adult Child
Skis, Boots & Poles 1 Day £25.00 Under 16 £20.00
Snowboard & Boots 1 Day £25.00 Under 16 £20.00
Sledging 1 Day Free Free


Instruction
Duration Adult Child
Instruction Ski/Snowboard beginner. Lessons are 2 hours duration. £25.00 Under 16 £20.00
Instruction Ski/Snowboard all other standards. Lessons are 1.5 hours duration. £25.00 Under 16 £20.00
Private Instruction, 1 person, 1 hour duration. £40.00 per hour £40.00 per hour
Private Instruction, 2 people, 1 hour duration. £65.00 per hour £65.00 per hour

* Prices valid from October 2013 to May 2014


Après ski

For breathtaking views and a bite to eat in the cosy indoors, make sure you call in to the smart log cabin cafe at the base of the resort. On a clear day, the vista towards Buachaille Etive Mor, the sentinel guarding the entrance to Glen Coe, is truly outstanding.

There are also apres ski options at the nearby Kingshouse Hotel and Glencoe village is also close by.



Further info
As well as skiing and boarding in the winter months, this stunning glen offers some of the finest hillwalking and mountaineering in Scotland and there are also some great 'natural' mountain biking trails to discover as well.

 

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About the centre

Established in 1956 Glencoe is Scotland's oldest Ski centre and has a reputation as being a great venue for the more experienced skier. With stunning scenery and a great choice of runs including the famous 'flypaper' (The UK's steepest black run) Glencoe is a must visit destination for the more experienced skier and snowboarder.

However what few people know is that Glencoe also has a large plateau area which makes the perfect setting for those new to snow sports. Further improvements to the beginner's area have been made for this season with a new rope tow across the plateau which has its very own snow cannon to ensure that the very best snow conditions are always available.

The resort is set among 200hectares of fabulous scenery in the 'Meall a' Bhuiridh Massif' a large basin with outstanding snow holding characteristics which means skiing in late April and May is often possible.

There are 7 lifts, 19 runs, an avalanche transceiver training park, free sledging area (we provide the sledges), ski hire, ski school and 2 cafés with great home cooked food served on a daily basis.



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