You must be a member of the club to use the tows, you can join online.All five areas will be busier than normal, but as is traditionally the case for half term the West has been much less busy than the east, particularly Cairn Gorm, which has a huge number of holiday makers in the area. This Camera is situated at 1200ft in Cafe Ossian in the Base Lodge at the foot of the Access Chair and offers the view of Buachaille Etive Mor (3352ft) which is available through the large panoramic windows.
t have an issues if the forecast speeds of 25 gusting 40mph are correct. t be major issues with the wind Monday, but some wind disruption is possible, particularly as some of the showers will be very squally in nature. s even more critical to stay in line on the tows and to unload correctly in high winds.Considerable further snow accumulations particularly in the West over the coming days with a sequence of storm systems coming through, exceptionally stormy mid-week on this evenings forecasts.It's going to be a freshies day in the West on Monday, another 2 to 3 inches of snow has fallen today with considerable drifting and showers are piling into Glencoe in particular this evening, where some very beefy squalls passed through in the afternoon eventually forcing an early end to play. Estimated Sunrise on Meall a' Bhuiridh today is at 07.52hrs and Sunset at 17.15hrs. This Camera looks out from the top of the Main Basin T-bar at a height of 3600ft. The Access 2200 Camera looks out from the top of the Access Chairlift, providing views of the Main Basin, Cliffhanger and Canyon, the Wall, the Flypaper and Spring Run, plus a mountain overview. This is principally a scenic camera though the top tower of the Wall T-bar is visible and it is useful for seeing the visibility to the North. Older Images: Mins Past Hour: 00mins |10mins | 20mins |30mins | 40mins | 50mins Sledge Park.