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Scafell Pike Ski Resort Guide

Ski United Kingdom

Scafell Pike Ski Resort Guide

Scafell Pike Ski Resort Guide

Ullswater and Crossfell from Raise Feb 03, Scafell Pike photo

Scafell Pike

Photo credit: peter s

Slope Stats

  • 978m

  • 152m

  • 826m

  • Acres of ski:-
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Scafell Pike, in the Lake District, is here by popular demand because it is the highest point in England. The only skiing to be done at Scafell Pike is back country stuff, and other Lakeland fells are better suited to that pursuit anyway. Because of the proximity of the Irish sea to Scafell Pike, snow tends to be more reliable in the North Pennines.

Travel

  • Nearest Airport:Manchester
  • Nearest Train Station:-
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Lifts

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Latest Snow Reportview full snow report

  • Issued:28 May
  • Last Snowfall:
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Today’s Weather (902 m)view full snow forecast

AM
clear
10 NE10
14 °CF-Level
3350m
PM
rain showers
10 ENE10
15 °CF-Level
3450m
night
clear
15 ENE15
13 °CF-Level
3500m

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Visitor Reviews of Scafell Pike

James from United Kingdom writes:

Scafell Pike has a winter that is very cold, averaging 37 inches of snow only in the month of January. The snow usually stops by the end of March-early April and the place reaches a maximum of 80 degrees fahrenheit in a year. The snow starts again in late October-early November.

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