Freeride Skiing trips – Scotland

Explore the Scottish backcountry with a freeride skiing adventure!

Discover the freeride skiing potential of the Cairngorm area, near Aviemore, slide on the best untracked snow in Glenshee or explore the Nevis Range slopes. Freeride skiing is a great way to explore the Scottish hills in winter and to escape the crowds. Take your pick from our selection of trips below and hire a certified guide!

 

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Scotland has five main ski areas, with facilities that have improved in recent years: Nevis Range and Glencoe on the west coast, Glenshee and the Lecht in the east, and Cairngorm above Aviemore. The unpredictability of snow-cover and good conditions is the main factor holding back skiing development in the country. The weather -including also winds and visibility- is the biggest factor that will make your backcountry skiing trip in Scotland heaven or hell. If there is an Arctic blast, Scotland can receive a light fluffy powder, whereas it will be more commonly heavier and wetter stuff if brought in through the Atlantic.

 

 

Good to Know

 

Weather

The climate in Scotland is characterised by strong tendencies of changeable weather. In winter temperatures are generally lower than in other areas of the UK. In the Highlands you can expect lows of 0ºC.

Language

English and Scottish Gaelic

Currency

Pound Sterling (GBP)

Getting there

Scotland has three main international airports: Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen. Aviemore is a 40-minute drive from Inverness airport (domestic flights). Cairngorm and Nevis range are about a 45- and 60-minute drive respectively from Inverness. Glencoe and Glenshee each two hours away, and Lecht is about 75 minutes from Inverness.

Country Code

+44

Best time to visit

Winter and early spring are the best seasons for skiing in Scotland. February to April is the best time, when days are longer.

 

 
 

 

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