Be part of the only ski centre in the South of Scotland!

Lowther Hills is a membership-based ski area. You must be a Lowther Hills Ski Club member in order to use the club's facilities.

Joining Lowther Hills Ski Club is a way to support a historic Scottish ski hill. Your membership helps to keep in operation the only skiing facility in the South of Scotland.

Joining Lowther Hills Ski Club allows you to use the ski tows free of charge every day we open.

Your Lowther Hills membership benefits also include discounts on day tickets at other Scottish ski centres.

Lowther Hills is a membership-based ski area which is run by unpaid volunteers. Please read about our Club Culture. For further information about the Club or details of membership, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please note we have no hire equipment. Members are responsible for bringing their own equipment.

Please be considerate and join well in advance to allow our volunteers enough time to process your membership and club insurance. We are not able to process new memberships and do admin work when we are busy out there running the tows and managing the crowds :-)


Buy your 2017/18 Membership here:


Family Season Pass / £66


For mum, dad, and their joint children under 18 years old

Adult Season Pass / £39


Single annual memberships for adults

Under 18s Pass / £22.00


Single annual memberships for children under 18


Permanent residents in the villages of Leadhills and Wanlockhead are eligible for discounted membership fees.

Leadhills & Wanlockhead Residents Family Pass Leadhills & Wanlockhead Residents Adult Pass Leadhills & Wanlockhead Residents Under 18s Pass


Club Culture

Lowther Hills has a unique set up when compared with other Scottish ski areas. It is Scotland's only community-owned ski centre, a volunteer-run social enterprise where members undertake all tasks associated with running the mountain. New members who understand this culture of helping out, enjoying, and communally sharing the rewards are most welcome to join Lowther Hills Ski Club. Read more....





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.

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