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European resorts 'start opening pistes'

European resorts 'start opening pistes' Recent snow fall across Europe has seen a number of resorts open some of their pistes for action, which will be music to the ears of those heading off on European ski holidays this year.

According to the Ski Club of Great Britain, European ski resort are not the only ones to benefit from a fresh smattering of snow, with those on North America ski holidays also looking set to benefit from new snow falls.

Those taking ski holidays in Zermatt as well as those on Tignes ski holidays and ski holidays in Val Thorens will be happy to know that snow falls have resulted in slopes being opened for action.

The Ski Club of Great Britain notes that temperatures have begun to fall in the UK and Europe, with one of its representatives in Switzerland reporting that the weather has been "definitely colder this week".

Meanwhile, this web-cam picture taken in Saas Fee today depicts the recent snowfall and is likely to brighten the hearts of those heading off to Switzerland for some early season skiing.

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