05th May 2012
SCOTLAND will be colder than the ARCTIC this weekend — as a Bank Holiday big freeze bites.
Seaside resorts warned of multi-million pound losses across Britain as temperatures plunge to -5°C (23°F).
But thousands of skiers are set for a bumper out-of-season boost at Cairngorm and Glencoe, in Inverness-shire.
February 12, 2012
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February 12, 2012
As parts of North America still battle for good snow cover, some resorts in Alberta and BC look set to break records for snowfall tallys by the end of their long season in May.
May 16, 2009
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May 14, 2009
..This year in particular looks fantastic for the Victorian snowfields. The Mount Buller resort region has already had a weekend opening for skiers, making it the earliest start to the season in history, and five weeks ahead of the usual schedule…
17 April 2009
The storm was welcomed at ski areas, though, where the economic downturn has reduced bookings more than 8 percent from last year at some resorts.
On Friday, the slopes were packed with late-season skiers and snowboarders taking their final runs of the season most resorts close Sunday.