We’re taking a little break over the Easter period and hope that all of our valued clients have the opportunity to do the same. In a normal year many of us would be taking the chance to get some spring skiing in now, but it has been far from a normal year hasn’t it? With case numbers dropping and vaccination rates still soaring we’re all excited by the prospect of normal life restarting soon. We’re also itching to get the skis and snowboards on when the time is right.
After the Easter break please call us on 0131 243 8097 and we’ll get next winter’s plans in place for you -many of our best ski resorts are on sale now.
Easter Opening Hours
- We will close at 15:00 on Thursday 1st April 2021.
- We will open at 10:00 on Tuesday 6th April 2021.
- If you have an urgent query please email [email protected]. This inbox will be monitored periodically over the holiday period.
- We then revert to our revised opening hours 10:00 – 15:00, Monday – Friday | Saturday & Sunday: Closed
Wishing you a safe & happy Christmas 2020 from the whole team at Ski Independence. If you need to contact us please call 0131 243 8097 and you’ll find details of our festive opening hours below.
Festive Opening Hours 2020/21
- We will close at 16:00 on Wednesday 23rd December.
- We will open at 10:00 on Monday 4th January 2021.
- If you have an urgent query please email [email protected]. This inbox will be monitored periodically over the festive period.
- We then revert to: Monday – Friday: 10:00 – 16:00 | Saturday & Sunday: Closed
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