Fresh snow flurries have helped attract snowsports to the Cairngorm mountain for a weekend on the slopes.
More than 2500 skiers and snowboarders flocked to the Highland peak over the bank holiday weekend.
With fresh snow continuing to fall, accompanied by sunshine and light winds, the resort hopes to stay open into the middle of May.
With the weather forecast predicting the possibility of significant snowfall midweek, the resort could stay open far longer than usual.
The Cairngorm Mountain is the only one of Scotland's five ski resorts officially open for snowsports, though Glencoe report some good spots for anyone willing to hike up the mountain.
Colin Kirkwood CairnGorm Mountain marketing manager said: "For the first time ever the Coronation Wall in Coire Cas has been groomed and has proven very popular with more advanced skiers and borders, sparking a lively debate on whether it should be classified a red or black run.
"Either way it is a big draw and its pisting, made possible by the resort's acquisition of a Winchat pisting machine 17 months ago, has been acclaimed by many customers."
The Ciste, Ptarmigan, Polar express, Cas and M1 tows have all been open over the weekend, with the funicular railway line making middle upstops.
In the freestyle park more technical features have been added, including a new nine-metre long ledge rail.