Glenshee Glamping is open all year round, offering cosy warm accommodation and hot showers and hot tubs after a glorious days skiing. We are a short drive from the Glenshee Snowsports Centre, home of Scotlands longest ski runs. Skiing usually starts in Glenshee at the end of December and can continue into April.
Nestled in the mountains there are endless activites for winter and with panoramic views of the glens, a snowy scene is a magnificent site and a beautiful backdrop for a winter holiday!
Glenshee Ski Centre offers the UK's most extensive skiing and snowboarding facilities. An impressive 22 lifts and 36 runs offer an amazing diversity of natural terrain for all standards of skiers and snowboarders. There are lots of options to choose from for ski/snowboard instruction. Three mountain cafes, equipment hire and acessories shop are open when there is snowsports with ample car parking in car parks. Enjoy Glenshee’s mountains of adventure.
In the summer the Tea@the Shee cafe is open 8.30 to 16.45 for home baking, yummy soup and more. Throughout the summmer the Cairnwell 3 man chairlift runs up the Cairnwell from May to October. This is weather permitting and accomodates mountain bikes. Views from the top are amazing on a clear day.
A unique experience with Siberian Huskies at Bowland Trails a short distance from Glenshee Glamping. Take part in a an exhilarating husy ride around a 220 acre private estate, nestled in the beautiful nature of Highland Perthshire. If you decide to take part in this magical [passenger ride, you will meet the huskies at their home where you will learn about each husky who will be taking you on a snowy ride weaving through wooded trails and rolling hills, across varied terrain with views of the Scottish countryside.
A perfect experience for families, couples or small groups looking for unforgettable memories!
Winter walking in Scotland offers a captivating blend of breathtaking landscapes, crisp air, and a sense of adventure. The rugged beauty of the Highlands, with its snow-capped peaks and frozen lochs, becomes a stunning backdrop for those seeking a winter walking experience.
Proper preparation is essential, with sturdy waterproof boots, warm layers, and, depending on the conditions, equipment like crampons and ice axes.
Winter training and safety is paramount when exploring in Scotland during winter. Below are some pages where you can gather more information about equipment, abilities and safety.
A perfect place to take a break from everyday life and recharge your batteries. The atmosphere and views of the Highlands are beautiful and Helena and Nathan and their family are the perfect hosts who will do anything to ensure you relax. Our children were out and about on the premises all day and spent time with the many animals and other children. Close by there are many opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking through the wild Highlands and fishing.
Jonas Hackl | May 2023 | Google Review
We stayed in the two person pod. It was warm cosy and nicely furnished. We faced out onto amazing views with the donkeys and llamaa right up close. .The bothy/kitchen had everything you would need if yiu were cooking and the bathroom/toilets were large and spotless. The hot tub which we lay in under a blanket of stars was amazing. Helena and Nathan the owners were so friendly and helpful and all and all this was an excellent glamping experience
Lesley Mackenzie | Jan 2023 | Google Review