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Nevis Range at a Glance...

Snow Level:
2250 ft (690m)   Vertical Runs: 950 ft (290m)

Lifts: 1 of 11 Available Uplifts Scheduled.
:: Nevis Range Official Report

Last Update 16.50hrs on Wednesday 20th Feb 2019

Gondola Updates:
We are planning to run the Gondola tomorrow (Thursday 21st Feb) for foot passenger uplift at 9: 30am and bike uplift at 10am (weather permitting).
Please ensure that you check back for more updates in the morning, from 8am.

Bike Uplift:
We plan to open for bike uplift on Thursday from 10am. Please check back for more updates in the morning, from 8am.
As it is early season, the track is rough with plenty of slip hazards, please take care at all times.

Snow conditions:
Thursday we plan to run beginner lessons on lower Yockies (dry mat area)- check in with Ski School for availability and pricing. There is insufficient snow cover for upper slopes to open.


Weather Outlook:
Thursday through to Saturday is to be milder and mostly dry with a bright and sunny weekend forecast. The milder temperatures are due to extend into early next week with the occasional overnight frost. As ever, we will continue to monitor conditions and post updates as we have them.

Visiting Nevis Range:
At the Base Station, Tree Adventure poles course is open from 10am-4pm, no booking necessary. From Monday 18th, we will be offering bike uplift for access to the downhill trails starting at top station, wind permitting. There are also plenty of biking trails and walking trails starting from the car park.
The Pinemartin Cafe, located at Base Station opens daily at 8.30am serving lunches, hot drinks and sweet treats.

SNOWSPORTS SCHOOL AND EQUIPMENT HIRE
You can reserve lessons and hire online, by phone and onsite.

SNOWSPORTS SEASON TICKETS
Application form available online and from the main Ticket Office.

SSC TRAINING:
SSC Training is postponed

OPENING TIMES
Weekdays Gondola 9.30am ? 5pm
Weekend Gondola 9am - 5pm
Climbers Gondola 8am
Ski Hire and Ski School 8am

ForecastVertical Descent
WEATHER FORECAST: Thursday 21st Feb
Mostly cloudy with some hill fog and drizzle.
WIND AND TEMPERATURE 650m: SW 30-40mph, 9C 
 
Weather
CURRENT WEATHER TOP STATION:
Overcast with drizzle
WIND AND TEMP 650m: SW 33.6mph, gusting 52.7mph, 6.7C 
Road Status
Car park and access road: Access road and car park clear


:: Nevis Range Lift Status & News
SNOWGOOSE RESTAURANT Open daily when gondola is open

EVENTS
** See website for full details of events ** https: //www.nevisrange.co.uk/events/

Lift Status // Provisional for Thu 21st Feb 2019
Proposed Status of Front of Mountain Lifts
1
Closed
Alpha Tow
5
Closed
Linnhe Tow
2
Closed
Snowgoose Quad
7
Closed
Rope Tow
3
Closed
Snowgoose Ski Tow
8
Closed
Warrens Ski Tow
4
Closed
Summit Ski Tow
12
Scheduled
Gondola
Proposed Status of Coire Dubh Lifts
9
Closed
Great Glen Chairlift
11
Closed
Braveheart Chairlift
10
Closed
Rob Roy Ski Tow
Official Report data supplied by Nevis Range. Information on this page is © Nevis Range and Winterhighland Ltd.






tricky
West Highlands Outlook
This 5 day outlook issued at
18.30hrs Tue 19th Feb.
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Wednesday 20th February
FL: >Tops.  Rain
914m: 4°c SSW 40 gust 60mph
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Thursday 21st February
FL: >Tops.  Showers
914m: 5°c South 30-45mph
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Friday 22nd February
FL: >Tops.  Showers
914m: 5°c South 30-50mph
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Saturday 23rd February
FL: >Tops.  Part Cloudy
914m: 6°c South 40-70mph
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Sunday 24th February
FL: >Tops.  Inversion
914m: 4°c South 20-35mph
Further Information
Nevis Range // Mon 11th Feb
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A decent Monday at Nevis Range, but Gale Force SW winds forecast for the next 2 days. Check uplift AM before travelling.
Nevis Range // Fri 2nd Nov
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Early November tracks laid down from the Summit Runs. Front of mountain webcams now online.
Nevis Range // Sun 15th Apr
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Looking up Rob Roy to the Nid Ridge & Wall. Nevis due to reopen for Snowsports on Thursday.
Nevis Range // Sun 8th Apr
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Great cover on Warrens for some Spring Snow turns. Still good green and blue terrain on the lower half of the mountain with extensive wide blues from the Quad Chair.