People planning to pack their ski clothes
and head to Scotland for fun in the snow after Christmas have been advised that several lifts in one range will reopen in time for Boxing Day.
Storms hit the country recently and forced the closure of the chairlifts in the Nevis Range.
However, Ski-Scotland has confirmed the problems will be overcome by December 26th, despite the fact winds are still affecting the transport.
The good news for skiers is that there is plenty of snow in the Nevis range, with all of the runs said to be boasting "good cover" at the moment.
According to the organisation, the Back Corrie is a good spot to head towards as it has "a lot of snow", while there are plenty of areas that are just right for beginners.
Elsewhere in Scotland, skiing enthusiasts may be interested to note Glenshee is currently offering good cover on most runs, Glencoe received a fresh fall last night (December 20th) and only on Cairngorm is the snow starting to soften.