Snow Report


Thursday 23rd February 

There is a covering of snow on the runs but insufficient for skiing, particularly lower down where the ground underneath is wet rather than frozen. We will continue to monitor conditions and give an update when conditions change. 


Season ticket sales for 2016/17 season have now ended. Day tickets will normally be available on the hill,  Adults £20 Juniors £10. Check here before travelling as on busy days it may be necessary to purchase day tickets on line in advance.



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Find Us

We are on the B6277, 7 miles south of Alston between there and Middleton in Teesdale which is 15 miles away. There is parking on the east side of the road. Please avoid parking on the west (right when going up the hill) of the road. Cars parked on the west risk slipping into the ditch or blocking access for the snowplough. Yad Moss has no postcode  but we are about 1 mile south east of CA9 3HB. The tow is a 10mins uphill walk from there.



Please do not come if you have no experience of using a fast drag lift. You must be confident that you can ride all the way without falling off which damages the tow and lengthens the queue.

After fresh snow road access can be difficult and some may be blocked, you travel at your own risk. Bring a shovel to dig out a parking bay. Don't leave your car sticking out into the road you may block the snow plough.


Contact Us

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About Us

Yad Moss Snow Slope is run entirely by volunteers and has been for close to 40 years. Facilities at the site have gradually been improved over that period and we now offer outstanding and accessible opportunities to enjoy snow sports in England and every penny we take gets ploughed back to improve the experience.

The ski area is served by a fast Poma button tow which is unsuitable for inexperienced skiers and snowboarders. Length 600m:  Vertical rise 120m:  Top Station 725m:  Uplift 600 people per hour.

Depending on snow cover there are runs up to half a mile in length 

The stone daylodge provides warmth and shelter for your lunch (we have no catering facilities so bring your own food and drinks) and is equipped with composting toilets.



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