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Nevis Range at a Glance...

Snow Level:
2150 ft (660m)   Vertical Runs: 1850 ft (560m)

:: Nevis Range Official Report

Last Update 09.30hrs on Sunday 22nd Mar 2020

*****Nevis Range Temporary Closure*****

Trying to navigate our way through the Covid-19 crisis has been, and continues to be, the biggest challenge that Nevis Range has ever faced.
We have been trying to keep trading for as long as possible enabling us to look after our personnel and keep them employed.

We are delighted to hear that Government intervention will lead to us being able to retain the team on 80% of their salary throughout the crisis.
Whilst yesterday?s announcement did not specifically mandate the closure of Ski facilities we feel that the time is right for us, with pain in our hearts, to temporarily close Nevis Range starting today (21st of March 2020) until further notice.

We all feel absolutely devastated that we won?t be able to share our great mountain resort with our customers for a while, but as safety is our main priority (for our customers and staff) we feel this is the only decision we can make.

We would like to take the opportunity to thank our regular customers and the local community for their loyalty and positive attitude during this winter season.

During this period, a small group of staff will continue to work at Nevis Range (from home) and continue to consult our board, the local Council and the Government. Any changes or updates will be shared on our social media and website as soon as we have them.

Please try to stay active and healthy during this difficult period and we hope that everyone makes an effort to help the people in need. Are you living in the Lochaber area and in need of any help? Please get in contact with the Lochaber Coronavirus community group, where some of our Nevis Range staff will be trying to help the community.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch with our team on +44 (0)1397 705 825.
Take care, thank you all for your support and we hope to see you all at Nevis Range soon!




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Road Status
Access Road and Car Park clear


:: Nevis Range Lift Status & News



Lift Status // Sun 22nd Mar 2020
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
Closed
Gondola
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.






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West Highlands Outlook
This 5 day outlook issued at
18.17hrs Sat 21st Mar.
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Sunday 22nd March
FL: 2500ft.  Part Cloudy
914m: -1°c SSE 20 gust 30mph
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Monday 23rd March
FL: >Tops.  Overcast
914m: 2°c South 40-60mph
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Tuesday 24th March
FL: >Tops.  Overcast
914m: 2°c South 30-50mph
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Wednesday 25th March
FL: 2500ft.  Snow Showers
914m: -1°c WSW 10 gust 20mph
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Thursday 26th March
FL: 2000ft.  Snow Showers
914m: -2°c WNW 15 gust 30mph
Further Information
Nevis Range // Thu 05 Mar 2020
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Looking down the Goose with all the Quad Chair runs merged into one to the foot of the Quad.
Nevis Range // Tue 28 Jan 2020
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Looking good on the Goose with more snow tonight and hopefully Summit opening Wednesday.
Nevis Range // Thu 21 Mar 2019
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Good width on the Upper Goose, narrowing a bit towards the T-bar drive, but still decent from the Summit and Goose Tows.
Nevis Range // Mon 11 Feb 2019
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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.