Enjoy unlimited access to skiing and snowboarding across Scotland this winter with a Four Area Pass

Non-stop snow sports enjoymentNon-stop snow sports enjoyment
Non-stop snow sports enjoyment
This winter you can take advantage of Scotland’s only Four Area Pass and ski and snowboard across the country.

Brought to you by Ski-Scotland, the pass is designed to allow skiers and snowboarders to enjoy the piste, wherever it is best.

Passes are £445 for adults and £240 for children and allow unlimited access throughout the winter to The Lecht 2090, Glencoe Mountain Resort, Glenshee Ski Centre and the Nevis Range.

Whether you are beginner or have plenty of downhill runs under your belt, the pass will help you enjoy the wonderful runs across Scotland.

The Flypaper at Glencoe Mountain Resort.The Flypaper at Glencoe Mountain Resort.
The Flypaper at Glencoe Mountain Resort.

There is so much to explore with the pass with the four resorts offering some of the best winter sports you could wish for:


Situated in a stunning location in the Eastern Cairngorms at 2,090 ft above sea level it is in the heart of Scotland’s largest National Park. The Lecht is the smallest of the 5 ski centres in Scotland but it still packs plenty of punch. With on-site snow-making facilities it offers some of the most consistent snow and is ideal for all levels of skiers and snowboarders and is especially good for beginners and intermediates.


The Wall piste at Glencoe Mountain Resort..The Wall piste at Glencoe Mountain Resort..
The Wall piste at Glencoe Mountain Resort..

Nevis Range is accessed by the UK’s only Mountain Gondola. There is a beginner's area with a variety of easy green and blue graded runs. An artificial slope also provides skiing opportunities when snow is lean. Further up the mountain is an extensive network of red and black runs, as well as a terrain park. Here you'll also find the impressive off-piste expanse of the Back Corries with steep runs to challenge even the most experienced of skiers.


Glencoe Mountain Resort is Scotland's oldest ski centre. Featuring a natural bowl at the mid mountain with a large plateau area, it is perfect for those finding their feet in snowsports. It also has a reputation as being a great venue for the more experienced snowsports enthusiast. The upper mountain boasts stunning scenery and a great choice of runs including the famous 'Flypaper' (the UK's steepest black run), making it a must visit destination for those in search of steep terrain on home turf.


Snowboarder Rhys Crilley from Glasgow, at Nevis Range, with Loch Eil in the distanceSnowboarder Rhys Crilley from Glasgow, at Nevis Range, with Loch Eil in the distance
Snowboarder Rhys Crilley from Glasgow, at Nevis Range, with Loch Eil in the distance

The largest resort in the UK - it extends across four mountains, three valleys and boasts 21 lifts and tows - offering a choice of 36 runs and comprising 40 kms of piste. The longest single run, Glas Maol, extends to a fantastic 2 kms of skiing, while the snow-making facilities means the centre is often open for a longer winter season. Suitable for all levels, you'll easily fill a whole weekend exploring the extensive terrain.


For more information and to book your pass go to snowsportscotland.org/four-area-pass/

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