People could soon be grabbing their skiwear and heading to Glencoe, as the mountain resort has received a lot of snow in recent days.
However, the pistes are not ready for skiers just yet, as the latest update revealed there is no power or phone signals on site.
The majority of runs at Glencoe are expected to be opened as soon as the power is restored, with only the Canyon, Etive Glades and Fly Paper runs remaining off limits.
In addition, the access chairlift is now running, with the cliffhanger chairlift and main basin T-bar tow also expected to open soon.
This is despite the resort suffering major storm damage last week, when the shed housing the main control panel for the access chair was completely destroyed by high winds.
According to an update from Glencoe on December 9th, the resort has already received more snow that at any point last season.