JUNE may be almost here, but a brave French skier has been attempting to make the most of the diminishing snow in the Cairngorms.
Kevin Blanc, a freeride skier who specialises in 'black runs' is captured in this dramatic picture on the Highlands range.
New figures reveal Scotland enjoyed a bumper skiing season as the slopes saw better conditions than the Alps, Pyrenees and even the Rockies.
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There were 235,303 "skier days" at the five mountain resorts worth £23.7million to the Scottish economy.