Nissan in Europe is offering skiers and snowboarders the chance to ski on fresh snow, without the crowds at a handful of leading ski resorts.
This initiative, called Fresh Tracks, will open the slopes early for the first time at four of Europe's ski resorts, to give a select group of people exclusive access to the slopes for up to an hour before they open to the general public.
Nissan's Europe Vice President Vincent Wijnen, said: "We've created Nissan Fresh Tracks to allow people to get the feeling of skiing or snowboarding on fresh snow. It's a unique experience that we're sure skiers and snowboarders of all levels will find exciting . . . our Fresh Tracks sessions and coaching program is designed to make people feel safer and more confident on the slopes."
Nissan is also offering free daily coaching clinics, run by a team of professional instructors.
Register at Nissan's website to book a Fresh Tracks experience or coaching clinic. All four resorts are offering Fresh Tracks until the end of the season.