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HoelNevis range, Glenshee, Glencoe.
Check out ”British Backcountry” group on facebook. You can definitely ski in Scotland, but most of the great skiing is human powered. The country offers a lot of steep gullies that last surprisingly long into the spring.
Inverness offers a close access to the Cairngorms. It takes a bit more effort to ski Scotland, but if you’re also into mountaineering it isn’t half bad.
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oldmanskiPossibly moving to Inverness, Scotland this winter for 2 years, what are the ski fields like there? Any info would be great since I am going to factor this in on my decision making.
There isn't much skiing in the UK itself but the alps are a quick flight away, so is Scandinavia.
If it's only for a couple years it's not that big of a deal to miss a few ski days in order to take advantage of a cool opportunity to live in Scotland.
coskiier1024I didn't know there was skiing like this over there. Thats dope!