Despite a good dusting of the white stuff, the hills are barely alive with skiers.
With fresh snow on the hill, Scotland’s winter sports centres would normally be teeming with skiers and boarders from all over the UK.
But on Sunday, those that did open were restricted to a relatively few people within their covid level areas.
Less then 100 had braved the two short beginner’s slopes by noon at The Lecht in Aberdeenshire – and only 30 had ventured out on to the slopes on Boxing Day.
It restricted visitors to those from Aberdeenshire and Moray, while Glenshee was limiting customers to those from Aberdeenshire and Perthshire.
Cars were also stuck on the approach road to The Lecht at times, with some frustrated enthusiasts sledging on the highway while they waited for the gritter from the Moray side.
Glencoe Mountain offered sledging and again restricted customers to those from the local authority area.
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