THE LAKE DISTRICT SKI CLUB
The Lake District Ski club was founded in 1936 by some very enthusiastic skiers looking for places to Ski in the Lake District.
The best area was to be found on Raise in the Helvellyn region of mountains. Early members proceeded to build a rope tow. Since those early days the club has progressed with the help of dedicated members and has today a modern button lift.
The Tow runs at weekends throughout the winter, snow conditions permitting. Some midweek skiing is some times available. The skiing season usually starts late November and ends early April
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LAST RUN OF THE DAY TO KEPPLE COVE CAN BE SKIED WITH GOOD COVER FEBRUARY 2003