A business case is being prepared for repaired the beleaguered Cairngorm funicular.
Cairngorm Mountain (Scotland) Limited (CMSL)
Skiers on beleaguered Cairngorm Mountain are to be restricted to just 1,000 a day this winter – sparking anger among winter sports enthusiasts and fears over a threat to tourism.
Snow sports enthusiasts have been promised "the best possible experience"’ on Cairngorm this winter amid fears that without the funicular in action, the season may end up a damp squib.
Enterprise bosses are investing in a new piste grooming vehicle for the beleaguered Cairngorm Mountain resort.
Fresh doubt surrounds the future of a top Highland visitor attraction after Scotland’s public spending watchdog warned “tough decisions” on repairs to Cairngorm’s crisis-hit funicular are likely to be needed soon.
Firms owed cash by the failed operator of Cairngorm ski resort face not being paid the full amount they seek, a progress report into the collapse has revealed.
Enterprise chiefs have ploughed almost £2.5 million into crisis-hit Cairngorm Mountain since its funicular railway was taken out of service and the ski resort’s former operators went into administration, it has been revealed.
Technical issues with the new £1million snow machines on CairnGorm Mountain have now emerged – as options for the future of the funicular railway will be known “within weeks”.
Beleaguered bosses at Cairngorm Mountain are currently dealing with additional problems relating to the centre's waste water management plant.