A Bulgarian resort has been named the cheapest European destination for UK travellers embarking on a ski holiday.
Two popular outdoor activity groups have merged in an effort to broaden the range of outdoor pursuits available in Aberdeen.
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.
It took skiing world champion Andri Ragettli more than seven hours to complete a back-breaking parkour routine.
More ski days are on the horizon for Glenshee Ski Centre, which has been future-proofed against bad winters with the upcoming purchase of a £1 million snow machine.
Bansko in Bulgaria is Europe’s cheapest destination for family skiing, according to new research.
Snow sports in Scotland contributed almost £31 million to the economy during the 2017/18 ski-season, new figures have revealed.
The beleaguered Cairngorm Mountain was dealt another blow at the weekend - but this time it was the weather causing problems, leaving the resort without power for 18 hours.
An ambitious £27million, 10-year vision to revamp ski operations at Cairngorm Mountain – including new chairlifts, a mountain coaster and a zipline tour – was unveiled yesterday.
A Moray ski centre has guaranteed a start date to their skiing season in early December following a £200,000 investment from Highland and Islands Enterprise.
A Scottish ski resort has launched a competition to guess which of its remaining few snow patches will be last to melt as temperatures soar.
Glencoe ski area has marked the longest day of the year with a burst of mid-summer winter sports.
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.
Snowsports enthusiasts have snapped up early-bird passes for the 2018/19 season at the CairnGorm Mountain in record time.
Skiers flocked to the slopes across the north of Scotland yesterday as overnight snowfall and blue skies made for the perfect conditions.
Judy Patterson is the mother of Inverurie skier Callum Smith, who has been competing at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. She has been following his fortunes up close in South Korea.
Plans to redevelop the Cairngorms’ Ptarmigan Visitor Centre got a mixed reception at a public consultation event yesterday.
Dozens of skiers flocked to the slopes of Glencoe Mountain yesterday to enjoy a “great” first official day of the new season.
Not many Aberdonians can claim to have appeared in a James Bond film, run marathons into their 60s and been a pioneer of the soaring popularity of skiing in Scotland.
A popular ski centre will soon be able to transport three times the number of visitors to the top of the slopes.
Scotland's ski slopes are filling up with snow as an Arctic blast spreads across the north and north-east of the country.
Some of us dream of jetting off to sunnier climates at this time of year to escape the wintry weather but if snow is your thing, then this winter you could be heading to some of Europe’s best ski resorts for some serious alpine action.
More than 200,000 visits by skiers and snowboarders to Scotland's five mountain ski resorts generated almost £21million for the Scottish economy during the past season.
A video taken at a Highlands castle has captured stunning wintry scenes as snowfall blankets areas of the north of Scotland.
Scottish ski-enthusiasts are set for an unseasonal treat after a ski resort decided it has enough snow to keep its slopes open until early May.
One of the north's three mountain ski resorts has closed its winter sports season due to a combination of a shortage of skiers and snowboarders and a lack of snow on the lower slopes.
Nevis Range is hoping the mountain stays white for as long as possible to prolong the winter sports season, but it is also keen for the resort to go green.
Snow lovers can indulge their passion at the weekend when the north's ski resorts take part in Ski-Scotland's annual snow festival.
Scotland's top winter sports resorts are set to welcome thousands of skiers and boarders in near "perfect" conditions this weekend.
Avid north-east skiers are looking forward to hitting the slopes in France this spring in the Special Olympics GB national ski-ing championships.
More than 2,000 snowsports enthusiasts took to the slopes across the north and north-east yesterday as the season finally got under way.