Scottish Ski Season Already Sees Best Visitor Numbers For 4 Winters

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Thursday, 12th April, 2018

Scotland's five Highland mountain snow sports centres have already seen more skier visits than in each of the past three seasons, and are likely to stay open to May, trade-body Ski-Scotland reports.



"It is turning into something of an epic season," a Ski-Scotland spokesperson said, "While by no means the best in recent memory, the skier day total for all five resorts surpassed 202,000 last weekend, 7/8 April. That is ahead of both seasons 2015-16 and 2014-15 and not far behind the same point in the 2013-14 season." Winter 2016-17 had low skier numbers too.

(via J2ski)

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