[Update 31st May 2019] Thank you very much everybody who supported Lowther Hills Ski Club with their vote at Tesco Lesmahagow. Lowther Hills managed to bag a £2,000 cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help competition which will be invested in the improvement of the facilities at south of Scotland's only ski centre.
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.
[Update 21st June 2019] Nearly 2,500 deciduous native trees are now growing on Lowther Hill. Big thanks to everybody who supported this project so far -- It's not finished yet, though: we're still due to complete the planting in autumn 2019 with about 500 Scots Pines. Please scroll down to the bottom of this webpage to see a few photos of the tree planting work parties.
We finally have permission to plant trees on Lowther Hill, so let's do it.
The last patch of snow on the slopes at Lowther Hill finally melted last weekend (picture taken a couple of weeks ago). It has been a good season with 30 days of operations and about 90 days of snow on the hill. If you haven't already, do check the Snow Report section on our website, or our facebook and twitter to see a few videos and photos of the past season. Worth checking also this enthusiastic mention of Lowther Hills as one of "Europe's best-kept secret ski resorts in 2018". All this is happening thanks to your support, members, friends, and followers. And of course special thanks to our hard working volunteers who keep the lifts and the club running.
Our webcams page now has new links to a couple of Traffic Scotland webcams in the Clyde Valley.
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