A long time ago there was a thread 'CML - are they interested?
You might well ask the same question of Nevis Range today and all the evidence points to the answering being strongly no.
We are in the February half term.
Aonach Mor is higher than Meall a' Bhuiridh.
There is more snow on Aonach Mor than there is on Meall a' Bhuiridh.
The Upper Goose area is wider than the Main Basin by a large margin.
The area that could be accessed from the Quad Chair, upper Goose T-bar and Summit is more extensive than the open terrain at Glencoe and joins together better once you are up there.
But Nevis Range is closed and has been for some time, citing insufficient snow for snowsports.
If you look at the Goose uphill webcam (during daylight hours and clear visibility), look closely at the Goose T-bar. You will spot a Lifty hut by the T-bar, immediately below that hut is Tower 4.
For the entire duration of Nevis Range ski area until this January, Tower 4 had a swing arm that could be swung round, to lower the haul rope such that the T-bar could load at the aforementioned hut.
As you can see on the webcam, this is no longer there. It was lowered from the tower, and as we've been informed, cut up and scrapped.
The top of the Quad Chair is around 3020ft while the Tower 4 loading point sat around 2950ft, that is equivalent to about half way up Ski Tow Gully on the Main Basin T-bar at Glencoe.
Even the Top Basin uplift at CairnGorm does not reach the altitude of the Summit Button at Nevis. Yet we are in a situation where there is insufficient snow to operate snow sports solely because Nevis Range actively degraded their infrastructure in manor that reduces the likelihood of opening for snowsports.
By historical evidence this will have a pretty substantial negative impact in terms of days lift served snowsports is possible at Nevis Range. Along with the clever language used to hide behind an on the quiet reduction in the official ski patrol area when people asked would all uplift be available this season, no prior indication of this substantially negative operational change was given.
With some justification Nevis Range season pass holders must be feeling they were basically hoodwinked into parting with their cash.