Location: Average of Main Basin & Happy Valley (approx 3500ft).
Happy Valley: 90cm
Main Basin: 50cm
Last Measured: 10/02/17
Prev Avg: 0cm 01/10/2016
HV: 0cm MB: 00cm
Snow Level: 2400 ft (730m) Vertical Runs: 400 ft (120m)
Lifts: 1 of 8 Available Uplifts Scheduled.
Last Update 08.55hrs on Tuesday 21st Feb 2017
Chairlift on hold due to high wind. Next update 10.30am
Insufficient snow for snowsports. Ski School operating on the dry slope.
|Tuesday 21st Feb. Strong SW wind, starting the day dry and bright but heavy rain moving in by mid morning.
|Strong SW wind, dry at present |
Insufficient snow for snowsports. Ski school operating on the Dry Slope, please call 07917638353 for lessons.
Lift Status // Tue 21st Feb 2017
Status of Other Facilities
Main Basin T-Bar
Plateau Rope Tow
Wall Ski Tow
Coire Pollach Tow
Official Report data supplied by Glencoe Mtn Resort. Information on this page is © Glencoe Mtn Resort and Winterhighland Ltd.
This 5 day outlook issued at
18.27hrs Mon 20th Feb.
Tuesday 21st February
FL: >Tops. Rain
914m: 4°c SW 40 gust 60mph
Wednesday 22nd February
FL: 1500ft. Blizzard
914m: -3°c West 40-70mph
Thursday 23rd February
FL: 1500ft. Snow
914m: -4°c WNW 10 gust 20mph
Friday 24th February
FL: 1000ft. Snow Showers
914m: -5°c NW 20 gust 30mph
Saturday 25th February
FL: 2500ft. Heavy Snow
914m: -1°c WSW 70 gust 100mph
At 2800ft (853m) on Tue 21st Feb 2017
At 1200ft (366m) on Tue 21st Feb 2017
|Wind (5 Mins):
||N Mean 7 gust 22mph
Dew Point:5.1°c |
||907.5mb RH: 84%
Looking down Old Mugs Alley to the Plateau Cafe and the hugely popular sledging area.
New last season the Coire Pollach Tow has really opened up Glencoe for those looking for easier terrain.
Plateau Poma and Coire Pollach Tow scheduled for Wednesday.
Plenty of snow for sledging but not yet enough to offer lift served snowsports. That will hopefully change with Monday evening's storm - mid-week sliding possible, but not guaranteed!