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Piste basher at Glenshee Ski Centre. If you have watched red deer in Glenshee bear in mind this is what it looks like in winter. Sunnyside ski slopes can be seen behind one of Glenshees's smaller Kassbohrer piste bashers. Behind the Sunnyside slopes are another 2 valleys of uplift, Meall Odhar and Glas Maol. Piste Basher is the popular European term for a snow groomer. To the right of the photo is the Baddoch chairlift which links the base station to Cairnwell, Carn Aosda and Butcharts ski and board areas. Cairnwell is derived from a gaelic name meaning "hill of bags" (Martin Williams)

Piste basher at Glenshee Ski Centre.  Click here to go to Ski Centres page.
Click here to go to Cairnwell 3 man chairlift     © Bill Bagshaw photography courses

If you have driven over Glenshee to watch red deer in summer; or to go to The Braemar Gathering & Highland Games; bear in mind this is what it looks like in winter.

Sunnyside ski slopes can be seen behind one of Glenshees’s smaller Kassbohrer piste bashers.

Behind the Sunnyside slopes are another 2 valleys of uplift, Meall Odhar and Glas Maol.

Piste Basher is the popular European term for a snow groomer.

To the right of the photo is the Baddoch chairlift which links the base station to Cairnwell, Carn Aosda and Butcharts ski and board areas.
Cairnwell is derived from a gaelic name meaning “hill of bags”

New Cairnwell 3 man Charlift at GlensheeNew Cairnwell Chairlift at Glenshee (Bill Bagshaw/M. Williams)

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