Philip Rankin honoured for his contribution to the Scottish ski industry
Philip Rankin, the man who founded Scotland’s first ski centre has now been honoured by the resort he created, the realisation of a personal dream.
60 years ago, Rankin first toyed with the idea of building the first permanent ski tow, or lift, in Scotland. This . . . → Read More: Philip Rankin honoured for his contribution to the Scottish ski industry
The winter storms that caused such havoc with their extravagant snowfalls definitely had their upside, too. Skiing in Scotland has “never been better” according to a visitor who has been skiing there for years. Last week all of Scotland’s ski resorts got some serious snow, timed just right for the half-term school break.
CairnGorm resort was one . . . → Read More: Bad weather brings perfect Scottish skiing