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Firms positive despite slow start to season

LOCHABER’S two ski resorts have been feeling the effects of the mild weather but say they are prepared and ready to open up as soon as there is enough snow.

Nevis Range and Glencoe Mountain Resort have each had less than a handful of days so far where they were able to open for skiing and snowboarding.

Nevis Range marketing manager Heather Negus said: ‘At the moment we don’t have enough snow to open fully. We did manage to open for one day earlier in January and the artificial slope is open at the moment for beginner lessons. Our new locals group has now had three weeks of lessons.

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