Avoriaz in the French Alps, where more snow is expected

Easter skiing: Hop to west Scotland or the Pyrenees

The Pyrenees had some great new snow last week, with regular top-ups providing excellent powder

Lift off: Great conditions in Val Thorens

Snow report: Make tracks while the sun shines on Europe's slopes

The sunny weather has continued in Switzerland, so head up high and stick to north-facing slopes for the best snow

The slopes above the town

What is the right age to take children skiing?

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Conditions are good in Swiss resorts

Snow report: It keeps on falling ,but the avalanche risk rises

A couple of gloriously sunny days have blessed the Swiss Alps, following several days of heavy snow

Sainte-Foy

Sainte-Foy skiing: Charming, child-friendly, and uncrowded

The pistes of sleepy Sainte-Foy offer skiing as it should be, says Mark McCrum

Marmolada

Ski in the Dolomites: War and piste

Ski through history amid one of the Great War's most dramatic theatres – the high-mountain splendour of the Dolomites. Leslie Woit reports

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Arc 1950: The French ski resort that was made to measure

The jewel in Les Arcs’ crown is the low-rise village of 1950, which came to life a decade ago. Minty Clinch joined the celebrations

Jump for joy: Switzerland has plenty of snow

Europe's ski slopes hit peak condition for half-term

The sun has not stopped shining this week for much of the Swiss Alps

Jump for joy: Switzerland has plenty of snow

Snow report: Europe’s slopes hit peak condition for half-term

Jump for joy: Switzerland has plenty of snow

Air time: skiing on Cairngorm

Ski in Scotland: Cairngorm offers a last-minute ski fix

Head for the Highlands, says Ellie Ross

Cold comfort: The slopes at Morzine

Is Morzine the new Courchevel?

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Winter wonder: snowshoeing in La Brevine can feel 'like you’re at the end of the world'

La Brévine, Switzerland: Siberia with a fairy sprinkle

Temperatures in a valley of the Swiss Jura can drop below minus 40C, but the villages of La Brévine show Caroline Bishop that there's beauty in the cold

Swiss resorts such as St Moritz have received lots of snow

Snow report : It's as cold as ice as Europe's resorts endure winter storms

There are some great conditions across Scandinavia - temperatures remain low so the snow is excellent both on and off piste

Cross-country ski routes wind through the woods

Andorra for families: Much more than just skiing

Mike Unwin discovers the delights of snow-shoeing, igloo building, and dog sledding on a family trip to Soldeu

Off-piste: tricky visas and circuitous
journeys are deterring foreign tourists from Sochi

Does Sochi suit British skiers?

With the rouble in freefall it has never been cheaper to go to Putin's pin-up venue for the Winter Olympics. Simon Usborne paid a visit

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