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14/05/2008

JOB VACANCIES
JOB VACANCIES
We're looking for people to join us in a number of different roles. Join the team at the top - do something different!

03/05/2008

Mayfest Weekend
MAYFEST WEEKEND
CairnGorm May Fest this May Bank Holiday Weekend! Fun for everyone! Ski /Board for free... find out how......

03/05/2008

Mayfest fun
MAYFEST FUN
Mayfest fun for all
23/04/2008
Calling all CairnGorm e news subscribers!
Win dinner for 2 in the Ptarmigan Restaurant this summer. Simply take 2 minutes to complete 7 questions and give us valuable feedback on the e news letter so we can improve it.

22/04/2008

Engaging with the Mountain!
ENGAGING WITH THE MOUNTAIN!
Australian visitor to CairnGorm Mountain- Grant Wilson, proposed to is girlfirend - Issy Rechichi- near the summit of CairnGorm on Tuesday 22nd April......

20/04/2008

Winter Feedback
WINTER FEEDBACK
Thanks to everyone who filled out our Winter Survey this season.
 
CONDITIONS
Road Status
Open.
Max Vertical Descent
0m
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Weather forecast
Forecast for Sunday: A largely dry day, with excellent visibility. Temperature at 900m: 0C to 1C Wind: Variable in direction 10 to 15mph.
Today's Weather
Current Weather: Will be updated in the morning.
News from the slopes




The first Funicular up is at 10.00, (10.20 on Wednesday) last  up at 16.20, and the last one down at 17.00.



We are now closed for snowsports for the Summer.

The Cairngorm mountain conservation system is now in operation from the Ptarmigan building, no access out on to the mountain. You may walk up and enter the walker's entrance at the rear of the building and buy a ticket in the Shop at the Top to come back down on the funicular railway, if required.









The Cas Bar and Mountain shop are expected to open.


For a mountain weather forecast please click on the link below.


www.mwis.org.uk/mountain/EH.PDF


For a Met Office forecast click on the link below.


www.metoffice.co.uk


Last update: 17th May 2008 16:40

Height:
1097m