Looking for an action packed weekend away? Scotland boasts the best skiing and snowboarding in the UK. We've put together 5 of the best places to ski and stay...

Updated 11 November 2019

With ski-season just around the corner now is the time to plan a quick getaway and action-packed weekend to Scotland.


Below is our quick round-up of where to go skiing in Scotland and where to stay, including glamping options to car-park campervanning ... 

 1- Glencoe Mountain 

The original Scottish ski-resort with 19 runs - including the renowned and wickedly-steep Flypaper. The site is Scotland's oldest ski centre and is known as the place to go if you're a lover of skiing. The stunning scenery of nearby Buachaille Etive Mor can be enjoyed as you ski down the slopes. 

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 2- Cairngorm Mountain

More snow and a longer season than any of the other Scottish resorts means this resort is a favourite destination with skiers and snowboarders alike. Home to Scotland's only funicular railway, this is a popular location for both skiers and non skiers, with the panoramic views at the top of the mountain being a huge attraction. The site is home to a variety of routes meeting the needs for both, beginners and experts. 

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3. Glen Shee

Taking it's name from the Gaelic "Glen of the Fairies" Glen Shee is the largest resort spread over 4 mountains with the most varied terrain of any British resort and 36 runs to choose from, the longest of which sits at 2km. The centre has been a skiing location for over 80 years, and is fit for those of all skiing abilities. There are a number of deals and packages on offer making this location ideal for those looking to learn the sport. 

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Glen Shee Mountain


4. Nevis Range

The newest resort has great links to the south with the sleeper from London pulling in to Fort William directly beneath the ski slopes. The site also has a Mountain Gondola allowing you to take in some fantastic scenery from a view like no other. An extensive range of tracks suitable for those of all levels, will see you ski at over 2000ft above sea level.

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5. The Lecht

At the peak of the notorious Cockbridge-Tomintoul road (regularly the first to shut when the show arrives), the Lecht has consistent snow and is a great family-friendly resort with accessible slopes, hardly any queues and an easily-navigable compact site. The site, which is located in Scotland's largest National Park is home to 20 ski runs as well as 14 ski lifts. This natural snow filled playground is ideal for beginners or those with little experience. 

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