Glencoe is the oldest Scottish ski centre. The resort sits within Rannoch Moor which provides incredible views over to Buachaille Etive Mòr.
Glencoe has 8 lifts which consist of an access chairlift, a unique one man chair lift and a number of pomas and T-bars. The resort is home to some of Scotland’s steepest and most challenging terrain, and when the snow is good the off piste options are wide and varied. Indeed in 2013 Scotland’s first Freeride World Tour Qualifier was hosted at Glencoe.It's also the most convenient to get to, being only an hour and a half from Glasgow. Access to the resort is via the A82, the drive itself providing some truly stunning scenery. Beyond the limited on site accommodation, there are opportunities to stay at the nearby village of Glencoe. In addition, the resort has been expanding its focus on summer activities, being a popular mountain biking destination.