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Engalnd's longest ski tow to operate tomorrow

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At last this season has delivered good skiable conditions at Yad Moss, one of England’s few remaining outdoor ski tows.

The ski club near Alston in the North Pennines is reporting a general covering of 10cms of powdery snow and skiing conditions are described as good. There are half metre drifts and many of the hollows have filled in.

Access roads permitting the 600m tow will run tomorrow and the runs will be pisted.

The forecast is for light to moderate north easterly winds and further snow showers over night and through tomorrow.

A day ticket is £10. If you're coming up we'd be delighted to see you but please park well off the road to allow snowploughs to pass and please do not bring your dog !.

For up to date information ring the Yad Moss snow line 01228 561634
For details about access and facilities visit the website www.skicarlisle.skiers.co.uk


Just typical then That I carn't escape from the office and that I'll miss out anyway because I'm off to Zermatt at the W/E Sad

If anyone does get up there this week please post some pics.
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Peter S wrote:


Just typical then That I carn't escape from the office and that I'll miss out anyway because I'm off to Zermatt at the W/E Sad
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Difficult decision then wink
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Laughing

It still hurts for me to miss out on local skiing after all those summer work parties. I was even up there on Saturday repairing snow fences and testing the systems etc. It would have been an opportunity to drive our Kassboher. Crying or Very sad

Oh well should be a good weekend for any northern snowheads within range of east Cumbria. snowHead

Just have to put up with the Matterhorn for a week and dream of some proper skiing when I get back wink
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More snow moving into the Pennines as we speak, also there should be some more overnight and tomorrow. Not sure how far north it'll get, but I'd be surprised if the Pennines missed out.
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