Saturday 19th January 2019
We appear to be entering a prolonged spell of sub zero temperature at Yad Moss. We are on standby for sufficient skiable snow which might fall this next week.
Sunday 23rd December 2018
Not enough snow to run the tow yet but we are ready. The webcam is back up running, all the fencing is finished and the poma hangers are on. The tow has been serviced and tested. The hillside is clear of materials and we are awaiting the first skiable snow.
Thanks to everyone who bought season tickets and who have helped over the summer. The club wouldn’t exist without you!
Work party Sunday 2nd September
Fencing, fencing and more fencing. Thank you to the 11 Members that helped out today. All the posts and rails are now up. Just need a couple of hundred metres of palings to go on.
Season tickets on sale until November.
Work party Sunday 5th August
Replacing the tow track fencing between P5 and P6. Beautiful weather.
Next work party is Sunday 2nd September. (See volunteer page for details).
Work party Sunday 1 July
Painting the weather exposed sides of the ticket office and control room.
Tuesday 17th April 13:14
Sadly the ski season is now over. We have had some great skiing this year. We hope you caught some of the really good days. Thank you for all the fabulous pictures and videos that you posted on the facebook page.
We will be spending the summer back up the hill on our maintenance and repair programme. We’ll be in contact with those of you who have expressed an interest in the work parties. Please see the volunteering page for dates.
We wish you a great summer and look forward to skiing and riding with you when the snow arrives again.
The Yad Team.
Wednesday 21st March 17:03
‘Yad the Impaler’, Tuesday 20th March
Yad Moss summit forecast and nearby live weather data:
- Met office weather forecast Yad Moss summit – Burnhope seat 740m
- Howhill weather station, near Garrigill 427m
- Hartside webcam 580m
Snowline 01228 561634
Unfortunately the tow is not suitable for novices