Scottish Ski Centre to Re-set Lift Ticket Prices to 1989
Started by J2SkiNews in Ski News 15-Nov-2019
J2SkiNews posted 15-Nov
Nevis Range ski area near Fort William and Britain's highest mountain Ben Nevis in Scotland has announced it will celebrate its 30th birthday by resetting lift ticket prices back to what they were on opening day in 1989.
The country's youngest ski centre and the only one to operate a gondola lift to access its slopes will be charging £12.50 for a day's lift pass for adults and £8.50 for kids, the price they were 30 years ago, on Saturday 21st December, however you do need to book these in advance online.
After the slopes close an evening of celebrations is planned including guest speakers and Nevis Range founders Ian Sykes and Ian Sutherland who will share their memories from the last 30 years.
This will be followed by live music from local bands and there will be a free shuttle bus back to Fort William afterwards.
Currently conditions are looking good in Scotland after a fortnight of mostly sub-zero temperatures with frequent snow showers, unusually consistent for a 21st century autumn in the Highlands.
Pictured above is Nevis Range yesterday.