It's 3,504 ft of mountain adventure that beckons to skiers and snowboarders alike. From invitingly easy to the surprisingly steep, Glenshee offers the most extensive skiing and snowboarding in Scotland. Steeps and glades, pisted and unpisted, open bowls and narrow gullies, no matter your ability, Glenshee's mountains have your name on them!
Beginners / Novices
Beginners and novices can gently get to grips with skiing and snowboarding on the extensive nursery slopes next to the main car park.
After a few lessons, it won't be long before you can master the lifts at road level, which opens up a much larger area of runs for novices, serviced by eleven lifts.
Glenshee is ideal for intermediate skiers & boarders, with no fewer than 26 blue and red runs, varying from the long and exhilarating to the short and steep.
Serviced by Britain's largest lift system, the runs extend over 3 valleys and 4 mountains to give an extensive and enjoyable variety of skiing and snowboarding.
From the wide open pistes of the Thunderbowl and popular sheltered expanses over the back at Coire Fionn and Glas Maol to the bumps, jumps and natural half-pipe of Meall Odhar to the testing Slalom Race Track at Cairnwell - the choice is yours....
Experienced skiers and boarders, are able to test their skills on two excellent black runs at Glenshee including the infamous, mogul strewn Tiger which has been a formidable part of the Scottish ski experience for years.
Venue for the 1985 Smirnoff British Speed Skiing Championships, Glenshee's other black, on the left hand face of Glas Maol, is still as exhilarating today as it was then.
With this much choice, it is easy to see why Glenshee is the UK' s premier ski centre.