That's all the snow now gone from the south of Scotland after a couple of weeks of mild temperatures and rain, including a record-breaking weather up north in Aberdeenshire. The long range forecast until the end of February is not looking very hopeful, but again in previous years we have opened the lifts in March and April so stay tuned :-)
Please vote for us! Starting from 1st March until the 30th of April, Lowther Hills Ski Club is bidding to bag a cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help competition at Tesco Lesmahagow. Read more ...
Lowther Hills Ski Club 2018/19 Memberships are now available online on this website. Join now here.
As in previous seasons, we are very proud to have this season's membership pass designed by renown illustrator Andrew Foley (www.leafywonder.com).
Come to Scotland's Highest Villages on Saturday 1st of December to catch up with the latest developments at Lowther Hill, grab a bargain at the Lowther Hills Ski Sale, take a trip on the Santa Express train at Leadhills and Wanlockhead Railway, visit Santa down a real Mine, and do your Christmas shopping at the Leadhills and Wanlockhead Craft Fair. Read more ...
Please help us to plant 3,000 native trees and make Lowther Hills Scotland's first forested ski centre. If we can make this work, we may inspire other Scottish ski centres to follow our path.
On the ski slopes at Lowther Hill, next to the Southern Upland Way, the new trees will provide a valuable landscape improvement to an area that has been devoid of trees for centuries, and will be enjoyed by thousands of skiers, hill walkers and outdoor enthusiasts visiting the Lowther Hills for centuries to come. Read more...
HELP US TO BUY THE ONLY SNOW GROOMER IN THE SOUTH OF SCOTLAND & DOUBLE THE SKIABLE DAYS AT LOWTHER HILL
"Lowther Hills Ski Club runs South of Scotland's only snowsports centre"
Founded in 1986, we are a volunteer-based, family-friendly club which has snowsports facilities on the Lowther Hills.
We operate a nursery slope with a 140 metre-long rope tow in the village of Leadhills and an area for intermediates with a 450 metre-long rope tow on Lowther Hill.
THE CRADLE OF SCOTTISH SNOWSPORTS
Did you know about the pioneering history of the Lowther Hills in Scottish snowsports? From Scotland's first Curling societies in the 1700s to the early plans to create Scotland's first commercial ski centre in the 1950s.