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Ski Scotland - Nevis Range Ski Centre

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Ski centre details
Name of Centre Nevis Range
Telephone 01397 705825
Email Address
Web Address

Lift pass prices
Type Adult Child
Limited Area, 1 Day 20.50 Child - 7.00 Junior (7 - 17yrs)/Senior - 13.50
1/2 Day 23.00 Child - 7.00 Junior (7 - 17yrs)/Senior - 14.00
Student 1 Day 25.00 -
1 Day 31.00 Child - 7.00 Junior (7 - 17yrs)/Senior - 19.00
5 Day 122.00 Junior (7 - 17yrs)/Senior 75.00

Equipment hire
Type Adult Child
Snowboard Hire (board & boots) 22.00 15.50 board under 130cm
Skis, boots & poles 21.00 15.50 skis under 130cms
Snow Shoe Hire 1/2 Day 10.50 -
Snow Shoe Hire 1 Day 15.50 -
Beginners' package from (incl pass, hire & instruction) 54.00 Junior (7 - 17yrs)/Senior - 42.00

Duration Adult Child
Private Instruction - Private - One Hour 1 - 2 people 37.00 under 7 TBC
Group Instruction - Two Hours 27.00 -

* Prices valid from October 2013 to May 2014

Après ski

There's plenty to see and do in and around Fort William after your time on the slopes. If you're looking for more active things to do, head to nearby Kinlochleven and the Ice Factor, which contains the biggest indoor ice climbing wall in the world.

Dine in the acclaimed Crannog Seafood Restaurant on Loch Linnhe, enjoy a pint of real ale in the Grog and Gruel, or sit in front of the log fire in Cobbs at Nevisport.

Whether you're in the town of Fort William or elsewhere in beautiful Lochaber, there are activities for all ages including indoor leisure facilities and a full range of outdoor pursuits. Just what you'd expect from the Outdoor Capital of the UK.

Further info

In the summer months, Fort William becomes a mountain biking Mecca. At Nevis Range there are cross-country options on the Witch's Trails in Leanachan Forest and of course, for those with the necessary experience and equipment (which can be hired locally), there's the Nevis Range World Cup downhill course.

For lesser mortals, a new red graded downhill route opened in 2009 and run almost parallel to the existing downhill course. There are also lots of mountain biking opportunities around Fort William and the wider Lochaber area, information for which can be found at the Ride Fort William website.


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About the centre

With skiing up to 1190 metres (3,900 feet) Nevis Range reaches high on to the mountain of Aonach Mor - Scotland's eighth highest - and offers skiing and boarding late into spring.

The base of the snowsports area is accessed by the gondola, which is an attraction in its own right, lifting visitors from the car park just above sea level to 650 metres (2,150 feet). Skiers, boarders, mountain bikers, mountaineers and visitors all take advantage of the speedy ride that also boasts stunning views.

Situated around the top of the gondola, close to the Snowgoose restaurant, you'll find the perfect arena for beginners, including a range of green and blue-graded runs. Thanks to an articificial slope there are even skiing opportunities here when snow is lean.

Further up the mountain is an extensive network of red and black runs, as well as the acclaimed Boardwise terrain park.

Here you'll also find the imposing off-piste expanse of the Back Corries with steep runs to challenge even the most experienced of skiers. And when you fancy a change, Nevis Range has a wide range of alternative winter activities to offer, from sledging to snowshoeing to the wackier snow biking.

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