Spring skiing is at its best right now in Sweden. 18 resorts are open throughout this week which for many is the last week of the season.
Riksgränsen up in the Arctic Circle have the deepest snow depth in the country with 158cm (5.3 feet) and also got 5cm (two inches) of fresh snow today.
A big event takes place in Åre this week with this weekend on the 24th it's the world's largest downhill competition "Skutskjutet". The racing course is 3.5km long and everyone aged from three years up can participate and all competitors have a chance of winning an all new Audi A3 convertible.
In Scotland there's been yet more fresh snow, although three of the country's five ski areas (Glenshee, Nevis Range and the Lecht) have now closed - in most cases due more to lack of skiers and boarders than a lack of snow. Glencoe is open at weekends and Cairngorm, which has received about a foot (30cm) more snow since the weekend, every day until the end of April. It then intends to open at weekends in May.