Formigal in the Spanish Pyrenees has continued to receive spectacular snowfalls all season long, with snow depths now at the three-metre mark. Reports say this is the heaviest snowfall the area has received in 15 years.
Yolanda Julian, commercial manager at Formigal said, "The quality of the snow is exceptional both on and off-piste. It's just fantastic. All the lifts are open to allow clients to enjoy Formigal's 137km of slopes."
As the resort is new to the UK this season, they've decided to offer free lift passes for all new UK bookings for the remainder of the season.
Visitors at Easter also have the chance of winning an all inclusive week's holiday to Formigal in winter 2009-10 by looking out for one of the Easter Eggs that are being hidden around the resort.
Formigal, part of the Aramon Group, is Spain's largest and most modern resort, and is a two-hour flight from Gatwick to the regional airport of Huesca, followed by a 75-minute transfer.
For details on the free lift ticket offer visit www.aramon.co.uk, click on the ‘Free Ski passes' banner and follow the link to one of the tour operators.
In the central Aragon Pyrenees Formigal offers skiers four different valleys and Spain's largest ski area. For a complete experience on and off the slopes, the ultra-modern ski station and stylish purpose-built resort of Formigal has replaced many lifts with smooth, modern detachable chairlifts and the introduction of Spain's first ever eight-seater chairlift.
Holidays to Formigal can be booked through Neilson, Crystal, Thomson, Igluski, Ifyouski, J2Ski and lastminute.com.