16 Dumbreck Road, Bellahouston Park

News and Upcoming Events!

Christmas Pop Up Shop!


Come along and join us for some Christmas shopping! Browse the My pocket money toy selection of Christmas Eve boxes, Christmas gift boxes and fun festive stocking fillers. Children can try out Christmas crafts, making their own Christmas cards and gift tags, or even get sparkly with some glitter face art.


Along with children’s boxes, there will be a variety of products to browse and buy from local makers & creators such as The Mount Whistle Company handmade scented candles, lavender eye masks made by Glass Half Full and The Hairy Coo’s unique Christmas tree decorations. As always, hot chocolate, drinks and snacks will be available at the cafe!


So pop along and get into the festive spirit with us in the Hobbit Hut from 9:30 – 12:30 on Sunday 26th November.


Race Trainees selected to Represent Scotland


We are delighted that 10 of our dedicated Glasgow Ski Racing trainees have been chosen to represent Scotland at the Worlds Schools Competition in 2018. Congratulations to the following racers for their success!


Robbie Anderson (U16s team)

Jonathon Marshall (U16s team)

Christopher McLew (U18s team)

Holly McKey (U16s team)

Victoria McKinley (U18s team)

Ross Nesbitt (U16s reserve)

Shona Rankin (U16s team)

Iona Ross (U16s team)

Isla Ward (U14s team)

Scott Wylie (U18s team)



Extra Halloween Tubing Scheduled!


Our first Halloween tubing session is now fully booked! So, we have added another session from 4.30pm until 5.30pm to meet demand.



Bookings are already in so call 0141 427 4991 to book your place!











Terrifyingly Terrific Tubing!


We will be running a special Halloween tubing session on Saturday 28th October, 6-7pm.


An hours tubing, plus a prize for the best costume!



Suitable for 4 years upwards. £10 per head.



Call 01414274991 to book now!


The Team @ Glasgow Ski and Snowboard Centre











Glasgow Ski and Snowboard Centre gets a little greener!


We are delighted to announce the fitting of a new sensor to our main poma tow. When not in use, the tow will automatically stop running when not in use, but as soon as someone approaches to take a poma, it will start running automatically. This will save electricity, thus reducing our impact on the environment, as well as stopping customers from having to wait to have the tow turned on. Win win!