As the winter snows start to dwindle and the weather get warmer, the Glencoe Mountain resort is now open to cyclists for the summer.
Those who want to jump on mountain bikes
and hurtle down the flanks of Meall a' Bhuiridh can now hire bikes at the centre, although there is still sledging and skiboarding on higher slopes for those not keen to give up their winter fun just yet.
And its revamped Black Downhill track will be open from April 30th, while volunteers are being sought to help construct a new blue route, set to open in June.
Glencoe is not the only ski resort in the Lochaber area where those dressed in cycling gear can enjoy some summer fun.
The Nevis Range near Fort William has a world championship course that will be benefitting this year from a new restaurant at the foot of the mountain, from where cyclists can take a cable car with their bikes attached up to the start of the course, halfway up Aonach Mor.