Spring snow conditions. Groomed and ungroomed runs. Scoured areas and natural hazards.
Summit Run and top half of the Goose have good cover, thinner and narrower from tower 5 into the Goose T Bar drive and below. The lower slopes are now thin and narrow and some walking is required. Quad Chair recommended for access to upper mountain. Alpha tow for experts only - Alpha Traverse thin with broken sections, some walking required.
Park features now on the summit - 2 rollers, corrie pipe and 2 jumps.
Back Corries: Check with Ski Patrol on site.
Back Track best entry. Soft snow giving good sliding. Significant natural hazards, scoured areas along with cornices prone to collapse. Egress via the traverses remains just skiable with broken sections, skis off in places to reach Alpha tow. Limited Patrol.
Sledging around the Top Station area, please do not use the ski runs.
Equipment Hire has availability. Snowsports School has spaces, please call to book.
The Gondola is open 9am-5pm, last down 5.15pm. All uplift wind permitting. The Snowgoose restaurant and bar (gondola top station) and the Pinemarten cafe bar (gondola base station) are also open daily.
Sun 16 April - children's activities for Easter
Sat 4 - Sun 5 June - Mountain Bike World Cup - access to site by event ticket only.
MOUNTAIN BIKING - Witch’s trail cross country routes + skills loops open all year. Red Giant and Orange DH with gondola open 6 May 2017. Onsite bike hire opens Easter 2017.
01397 705825 / www.nevisrange.co.uk