Winter Activities & Skiing Holidays in Scotland

Scotland becomes a playground during the winter months, with skiiers, snowboarders and climbers heading for the snow-cloaked hills. Whether you want to learn to ski or enjoy some winter walking, Scotland has a whole host of outdoor activities for different ages and abilities. Enjoy the independence of having your own base to return to after a day’s skiing, walking or climbing, with self catering for Winter Breaks in Scotland.

Skiing in Scotland

Scotland has fantastic alpine and nordic skiing, and five winter sports centres to choose from:

Take a closer look at the skiing and snowboarding on offer with this video clip on Scotland’s ski centres, or for more information on skiing in Scotland, visit Ski-Scotland.

Winter Walking

Do you want to bag a Munro? Are you interested in Nordic walking? Or do you just want to soak up the beautiful winter scenery and go for long walks in the Scottish countryside? From hill and mountain walking to or leisurely strolls, Scotland is ideal for getting out and enjoying some Winter Walking.

Winter Climbing & Ice Climbing

Why not take hill walking to the next level with some winter climbing and mountaineering? For 50 of the best Scottish winter moutaineering routes, visitwww.scottishwinterroutes.com.   Scotland is also the UK’s top spot for ice climbing.

So whether you want to walk, climb, snowboard or simply warm yourself with a whisky by the fire, winter is a magical time to visit Scotland.  Take a look at some Special Offers for Scottish Winter Breaks.

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