... and here's a brief overview of what others said about us over the past year.

Local newspaper the Lanark Gazette became the first one to tell the world about our plans for world domination:





"It is part of a wider plan to market the area as a year-round sports resort"
The BBC became the first national media outlet to break the news to a larger audience:





That was followed by The Times, Herald Scotland, Scotsman, Daily Record, Evening Times, and other Scottish press outlets:





"Zermatt may not yet be quaking in its ski boots"
We particularly enjoyed one of the two pieces which The Herald published about Lowther Hills:





ITV thought Lowther Hill could rival Aspen and Val d'Isere:





And then Lowther Hills also started appearing on TV:







Every single snowsports magazine in the UK (we counted at least seven of them) celebrated the birth of the 6th ski resort in Scotland:





And Lowther Hills became the pride of the South:
"A new tourist attraction for the South". "The first step in developing new tourism opportunities in the region"...








And we went international:




The Met Office discovered that Leadhills is number 6 in snowiest places in UK and the BBC rushed to report that "snow sports fans have enjoyed their first day of the season in the south of Scotland".





And on a more serious note, Lowther Hills took the spotlight in a well-researched, interesting reflection about Scottish skiing by Roger Cox on Scotland on Sunday. "Finally, the Lowther Hills are poised to become a permanent part of the Scottish ski scene".