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Glencoe Mountain Resort // Monday 29 August 2016

Webcam Location:

 The Flypaper & East Ridge

 Spring Run

 Main Basin

 Summit 3600ft

 View from SSC Hut 2750ft

 The Wall

 Cliffhanger Chair & Canyon

 Old Mugs Alley 2330ft

 Top of the Access 2200ft

Webcam Zoom View

Live Weather:

Scottish Ski Club Hut at 18.55hrs
At 2800ft (853m) on Mon 29th Aug 2016

Temperature: 10.2°c
Air Pressure: ----mb  RH: 0%

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Temperature Graph.
Bottom of Access Chair at 18.55hrs
At 1200ft (366m) on Mon 29th Aug 2016

Temperature: 13.3°c  Wind: 10mph
Wind (5 Mins): SW  Mean 9 gust 18mph
Wind Chill: 10.1°c   Dew Point:11.2°c
Air Pressure: 972.3mb  RH: 87%
Twetbulb:
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FanGun Icon12.1°c
hour/day/graph.

Winterhighland would like to thank the Scottish Ski Club & Glencoe Mountain Ltd for their support and assistance which made these webcams possible.

Cam Stats:

22/4/16: Mountain views except Summit online.

AWS Status 22/4/16:



Base AWS: Online.
SSC AWS: Temp only.
Summit AWS: Offline.

The high voltage power distribution cable to the Summit failed and it will not be possible to restore power to the Summit until summer.



Estimated Sunrise on Meall a' Bhuiridh today is at 06.18hrs and Sunset at 20.22hrs. The cameras on this page operate during daylight hours only from first light till shortly before dusk.

Structural damage to the Summit Hut mean the power and cam/AWS are currently off at the top of the mountain.

Upper Mountain

The Access 2200 Camera looks out from the top of the Access Chairlift, providing views of the Main Basin, Cliffhanger and Canyon, the Wall, the Flypaper and Spring Run, plus a mountain overview.

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The Main Basin and Happy Valley. First image approx. 05.48hrs. Last image at 20.37hrs.

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The East Ridge of Meall a' Bhuiridh and Flypaper. First image approx. 05.48hrs. Last image at 20.37hrs.


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The Spring Run. First image approx. 05.48hrs. Last image at 20.37hrs.

Scottish Ski Club Hut Camera

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View from SSC Hut. First image approx. 05.38hrs. Last image at 20.42hrs.

This Camera looks out from the Scottish Ski Club Hut at a height of 2750ft to Buachaille Etive Mor. This is principally a scenic camera though the top tower of the Wall T-bar is visible and it is useful for seeing the visibility to the North. Ben Nevis is visible on clear days.

Access 2200 Camera (2200ft)

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Top of the Access. First image approx. 05.18hrs. Last image at 20.42hrs.

This Camera is situated at 2200ft on the Top Station of the Access Chairlift, looking over the Plateau Poma towards the main snowsports area. Image may vary from this camera, which updates approximately every minute.



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The Wall & Wall Crossover. Plateau Poma in the foreground. 05.48hrs. Last image at 20.37hrs.

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Cliffhanger Chairlift and the Canyon (to right of Chair). Fenced Plateau Poma Run in the foreground. 05.48hrs. Last image at 20.37hrs.

Base Lodge 1200ft

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Buachaille Etive Mor. First image approx. 05.38hrs. Last image at 20.42hrs.

This Camera is situated at 1200ft in Cafe Ossian in the Base Lodge at the foot of the Access Chair and offers the view of Buachaille Etive Mor (3352ft) which is available through the large panoramic windows. This camera is useful for gauging low level snow, cloud base and visibility.



Loch Linnhe from above Duror at 300ft

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Loch Linnhe. First image approx. 05.38hrs. Last image at 20.42hrs.

This Camera is situated at 300ft looking over Loch Linnhe from above Duror, providing a low level coastal view to the West of the Ski Area (usually the direction the weather comes from).