A business case is being prepared for repaired the beleaguered Cairngorm funicular.
The first snows of autumn have fallen on the Highland hills. And the news has encouraged many a keen skier to start checking their equipment for the coming winter, in hopes of a good season.
The first dedicated sculpture workshop in Scotland is celebrating 40 years at its birthplace in Aberdeenshire.
Enterprise bosses are investing in a new piste grooming vehicle for the beleaguered Cairngorm Mountain resort.
Work on the troubled Cairngorm funicular railway will finally begin in May - operators revealed yesterday - as a new attraction on the mountain was officially launched to boost tourism.
Police are appealing for help to trace a man missing from north-east Fife, and who may be travelling in the Cairngorm area.
With the re-opening of the Aberdeen Planetarium this August, many stargazers will have the opportunity to get an in-depth look at the cosmos.
Money will be spent on Cairngorm mountain facilities to try and offer more to visitors over the summer after a disastrous winter season, it has emerged.
Rescuers have been dispatched to the Cairngorms this afternoon following reports of a climber in trouble.
Three mountain rescue teams sent to Cairngorms in ‘appalling’ weather after reports of injured climber
Three mountain rescue teams have been dispatched to deal with an incident in the Cairngorms in “appalling weather conditions” this afternoon.
Snow sports in Scotland contributed almost £31 million to the economy during the 2017/18 ski-season, new figures have revealed.
A report into the safety of the Cairngorm funicular railway has been further delayed – and will not be published until after the New Year.
Scotland’s public spending watchdog was last night urged to investigate the financial arrangements that led to Cairngorm Mountain Ltd going into administration.
The Cairngorm mountain funicular could be closed for the whole season in a worst-case scenario, enterprise chiefs have warned.
Enterprise chiefs are buying £1million worth of snow-making equipment to boost the fortunes of crisis-hit Cairngorm, while the snow sports centre’s funicular is out of action.
The Cairngorm funicular problems last night took another twist after the resort operator’s dozens of seasonal ski instructors were told the winter snowsports school will not open this winter.
CairnGorm’s fall from favour as centre’s market share plunges and skier numbers drop between 2014 and 2018
In the ten seasons from 2004 to 2013 CairnGorm’s skier numbers averaged 78,010 and the centre’s market share grew from 35.6% to 40.6%.
Enterprise, business and council chiefs have created a crack response team to deal with the consequences of the breakdown of the funicular railway as a new ski season looms.
Experts have issued a warning after a wildfire was sparked in the Cairngorms by the remains of a campfire.
Highland ski resort’s plans to charge visitors for car park use are attacked amidst shrinking figures
Fears are growing among community groups over CairnGorm Mountain Ltd’s plans to charge visitors using their ski resort car parks.
Police are investigating the suspected theft of eggs from a golden eagle nest in the Highlands.
An award-winning Moray adventure charity has been saved from closure following a successful fundraising campaign.
Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Team were called to action three times in 12 hours this weekend.
Skiers flocked to the slopes across the north of Scotland yesterday as overnight snowfall and blue skies made for the perfect conditions.
Specialist consultants have travelled from the US to the Highlands in advance of a major review of ski uplift infrastructure on CairnGorm Mountain.
It was somewhat ironic for Scotland’s snow sports resorts that while the Beast from the East provided perfect powder - it didn’t necessarily mean a bumper weekend.
Highland ski centres enjoyed a “brilliant” day on Sunday with more snow set to come as weather forecasters warned of a cold snap.
The snow meant that ski centres enjoyed a bumper weekend, with police having to direct traffic away from Glencoe and Nevis Range on Saturday because they became so busy.
Plans to redevelop the Cairngorms’ Ptarmigan Visitor Centre got a mixed reception at a public consultation event yesterday.
A special holiday home in Newtonmore picked up two golds in a national travel awards scheme and has been named the most unique property in the UK.
Yesterday's snowfall over large parts of Scotland signalled a welcome return to business for some of the north's skiing and snowboarding areas.
CairnGorm Mountain near Aviemore, Glencoe, Nevis Range and The Lecht in Aberdeenshire are all optimistic for skiing and snowboarding this weekend.