FreshTracks Glenshee - FAQ's

What should we wear for a day of snowsports at Glenshee?

  • Clothing - Although we do hire Snow Jackets and Pants for adults and suits for children, we recommend a layering system of other clothing for maximum flexibility and warmth. Thermal underwear makes for a good base layer along with a polo neck or a snood. Socks should be long enough to cover the shin and be seam free and for maximum comfort only one pair is recommended. A hat that protects from the cold or gives protection from the sun. (see below info regarding helmets)
  • Helmet - The International Ski Federation strongly recommend the use of helmets for recreational skiing. Helmets are compulsory for children under 16 in our ski & board school. We would also recommend hiring a helmet for all ages of skier.
  • Goggles - Goggles give best protection for fast skiing or in the snow and rain. Sunglasses should have full UV protection. We have a range of goggles and glasses to buy in our shop to suit children and adults.
  • Gloves – Gloves should be made from insulated leather or manmade waterproof fabric, they will keep your hands warm and dry and provide protection. We have a range of gloves to buy in our shop to suit children and adults.

How do I find my ability so that I can book a lesson or find the right equipment?

  • Read more and find your ability using our guide.

Where will my lessons take place?

  • Our ski school meet at our warm and friendly reception at Gleshee. We are at the bottom of Sunnyside slope, just look out for the Freshtracks signs. We will give you full details when you book your lesson. Please remember to allow enough time to collect your hire equipment (if applicable) and arrive at the meeting place, leaving at least 10 mins before your lesson starts.

Will I need to buy a lift pass?

  • When booking your lesson we will assess your ability and advise on the best ticket to buy if required.

What if the road is closed due to snow?

If there has been heavy snow the night before the A93 road maybe closed until the ploughs reach the Centre, please call us 01250 882277 as we receive regular updates and can advise on estimated opening times. There is a webcam at Spittal of Glenshee and at the Ski Centre that can give an indication if the raod is open. If the road is to remain closed for the day we will call you for advice on rebooking lessons or returning equipment (see also our Terms and Conditions)