What we offer @ dsuk Glasgow

The indoor ski slope at Braehead is now Permanently closed and we can offer lessons at Bearsden Snowsport Club and The Glasgow Ski and Snowboard Centre instead.

Lesson pricing

Private Lesson for 1
Private Lesson for 2
Group Lessons
Non-Member Price
DSUK Member Price
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For more information or to make a booking follow the link above or
contact our booking line: 01479 788 770

How to find us - Bearsden

By Car

Bearsden Snowsports Club is just a five minute drive from the centre of Bearsden and is located at:
The Mound
Stockiemuir Rd
Glasgow G61 3RS

There is plenty of parking and a welcoming cafe too. There is an external ramp and an internal lift. The nearest changing places facility is at:

By Bus

From Buchanan Street Bus Station, buses X10 (Midland Bluebird), 17 (West Coast Motors) go to stops within a few minutes walk of the centre. This takes around 45 minutes from Glasgow city centre.

How to find us -Bellahouston

By Car

Braehead is easily accessible by road from the whole of west and central Scotland. Based at Junction 26 (eastbound) of Glasgow’s M8 motorway, a new motorway junction (25a) provides dedicated westbound access roads direct to the shopping centre whilst the new eastern link road connects the A8 dual carriageway.

By Bus

There are numerous buses available toSoar INTU Braehead and Braehead Shopping Centre, which is right next door to Soar and has its very own dedicated bus station and travel information centre. In fact over 820 buses pass through there every day.

The McGills X23 orX7 are the fastest routes from Buchanan Street Bus Station taking only 15 minutes in light traffic.

What to do when you arrive

We recommend you arrive at least 15 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. Please go to reception when you arrive and ask for DSUK.

2. 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.

3. Wait in the rental area with your equipment, and the DSUK instructor will find you in time for your lesson.

4. Make sure you bring suitable warm clothing, socks and gloves - you must wear long sleeves, long trousers and gloves. It's best to bring what you need with you but there are gloves that can be borrowed.  

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

6. Helmets must be worn and are freely available at 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.

8. There is balcony and windows from the cafe where friends and family can watch you.