What we offer @ dsuk Edinburgh

Lesson pricing

Ski buddies (Family/carers/friends) are welcome to join you on the slope.
This is free for DSUK members or £1 for non-members. Please note that ski buddies will not receive instruction or advice
For More Information
or To Make A Booking
Contact Our Booking Line: 01479 861 272

How to find us

By Car

Exit Edinburgh City Bypass at Lothianburn junction. Head for Biggar on A702. We are 1/2 mile from the junction on the right. (Just after The Steading restaurant).

By Bus / Train

Lothian Buses 4 (from Dalry Road by Haymarket station) or 15 (from Waverley station) to Hillend.

Midlothian Snowsports Centre
Biggar Road
Hillend
Edinburgh
EH10 7DU

map of hillend

What to do when you arrive


We recommend you arrive at least 30 minutes before the start of the lesson, leaving enough time to park, maybe have a drink or snack and then get kitted up for the lesson.

1. Your DSUK instructor might be on the slope with other lessons when you arrive, so don’t worry if you can’t see them straight away.  If you are going to be using regular ski/ board boots and skis/ board – go up the rental counter, say you are with DSUK, and get them to sort out your equipment.

2. Wait by the DSUK banner towards the bottom of the stairs with your equipment, and the DSUK instructor will find you in time for your lesson.

3. Make sure you bring suitable warm clothing, socks and gloves - clothing hire is not available at this centre. So its best to bring what you need with you.  It can be cold so be prepared.  There are changing areas within the toilets near the stairs

4. If you are going to be sitskiing, either bring warm outdoor boots or borrow a pair of snowboard boots from the rental desk for the lesson.

5. Helmets must be worn and are freely available by the rental desk.

7. Any concerns, just ask centre staff where to go and what to do – so that you can be ready for the start of the lesson.

About Midlothian Snowsports Centre

Don't worry about the snow conditions...Seven days a week, fifty weeks a year, Midlothian Snowsports Centre, Hillend offers the exhilaration you would expect from Britain's longest and most challenging artificial ski slope. The two main slopes, two nursery slopes and jump slope are all floodlit and have something to offer every standard of skier or snowboarder. If you've never tried snowsports before, it's easy to start.
For an exhilarating alternative, try tubing or book a tubing party with party food and a free party bag included. After your session, why not relax in Cafe 360 and enjoy the stunning views of the Pentland Hills and keep an eye on all the action on the slopes .

For More Information Visit:
www.midlothian.gov.uk