Crisis in the Cairngorm: could £27m redevelopment save Scottish ski resort?

The trials and tribulations of troubled ski resort Cairngorm Mountain in the Scottish highlands look set to continue after it announced its mountain funicular will not reopen, amid a management crisis.

At the end of January it was announced the ski area’s funicular railway, which provides the main access to the area’s slopes, will remain out of operation throughout the summer months and possibly beyond, following an investigation into concerns over its structure.

The funicular, which cost an estimated £19.5million to build in 2001 and is the only lift of its kind in Scotland, was suspended from operation in October, causing a local ski school to have to close and uncertainty for the local community….

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