Skiwear owners can look forward to good sliding conditions on the Nevis Range's Goose and Summit runs today (January 24th) after 2cm of fresh snow fell overnight.
According to Ski Scotland, skiers can use the full length of the Goose Range and reach the bottom of the quad-chair runs with care, before heading back to the Rabbit Run's top station.
However, coverage on lower parts of the mountain is thin, the organisation warned.
At Allt Sneachda, experienced sliders can make use of the full run, while beginners and those with lesser abilities can take advantage of a covering of snow on Alpha, running as far as Tower 2. Rob Roy's return is also complete up to Alpha Drive.
Furthermore, the majority of runs at Glencoe are complete, with only the occasional patch of ice interspersed with large accumulations of soft, windblown snow.
Good skiing is also available at Mugs Alley, but Flypaper and Rannoch and Etive Glades are both closed.