Last week Save the Ciste received a two page spread in Strathspey and Badenoch Herald. The article reveals several of the exciting ski tow developments that are due to take place at Scotland’s other ski centres over the coming few years, and highlights the necessity for investment on Cairn Gorm too.
The article comes as the Ptarmigan Bowl beginner ski lifts at the top of Cairn Gorm remain closed for a sixth consecutive day due to high winds, which underlines the need for a dedicated low level and sheltered beginner area on CairnGorm, as well as improved access to advanced terrain necessary for CairnGorm Mountain to maintain its status as Scotland’s premier ski destination for all ability levels.
We believe that our multi-stage proposals for the redevelopment of Coire na Ciste will provide that positive change. You can now read the articles in full below by clicking on the PDF links below – many thanks once again to the Strathspey and Badenoch Herald for allowing us to reproduce these articles in full.
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