Thursday 22nd February 21:08
We’ve hung onto an almost continuous main run thanks to a big pisting effort last week. From here it only gets colder.
We plan to run the tow on Sunday 25th February but have a couple of gaps to fill first. We need a digging team to help us move snow onto the tow track.
We have the quad bike, trailer, piste basher, wheelbarrow and shovels available ! We just need 6 keen volunteers to lend a hand for about an hour.
If you can help, just turn up at 10am at the ticket office on Sunday. We will aim to run the tow from 11:30.
Thanks and see you on the hill.
Saturday 17 February 18.00
Around 50 skiers and boarders had fun on epic main run snow and also thoroughly enjoyed the more combat runs elsewhere on the hill.
Rain and mild conditions are forecast overnight and into tomorrow so we are not going to run on Sunday.
Further ahead, the beast from the east is expected, bringing cold air and hopefully snow. Let’s hope so, and please watch this space.
A big Thankyou to everyone today for being so expert using the tow. No stoppages so no problems. Makes things so much easier for the operators.
Go Team GB 🇬🇧 🏂🥌🛷⛷⛸
Snowline 01228 561634 (sponsored by Freetime of Carlisle)
Unfortunately the tow is not suitable for novices, and our operators reserve the right not to sell you a ticket.
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