One of Scotland’s most popular ski resorts has been enjoying a bumper week following a period of cold weather and heavy snowfall.
The slopes of Glenshee Ski Centre, which sits on the border between Perthshire and Aberdeenshire, have been packed out with winter sports lovers all day.
Ten runs are open at the resort, with the Cairnwell and Baddoch chairlifts among those operating.
It is the third day in a row that Glenshee has opened for skiers, snowboarders and sledgers.
Fresh snow landed on both Tuesday and Wednesday, with visitors enjoying fine conditions on the slopes.
On Wednesday morning Glenshee staff posted: “We expect to have the 11 lifts running as stated in the previous post.
“There’s also a bit more fresh snow giving lots of off piste possibilities on the East facing slopes.”
Glenshee was not the only Scottish ski resort to open on Wesnesday with The Lecht, Glencoe, Nevis Range and Cairngorm Mountain also welcoming visitors.
However both Cairngorm and Glencoe were forced to call off snowsports activities in the early afternoon due to strong winds.
Morning from a sunny Lecht. Looks like it is going to be a lovely day. Lifts open Eagle1, Osprey,Grouse, both Magic…
Beautiful skies and lots of fresh snow at the moment! 🏂❄️⛷️#NevisRange #FortWilliam nevisrange.co.uk
It comes following a poor season for winter sports in Scotland due to warm weather in Scotland in December