Val Thorens is 'top' for late season skiing
With many of Europe's resorts experiencing exceptional conditions this year, there has never been a better time to enjoy a late season break.
According to search engine Skyscanner, skiing during March and April means fewer people on the slopes, longer daylight hours and no lift queues.
Those hoping to book a short ski holiday this month are advised to "head high" and visit resorts such as Val Thorens.
"As Europe's highest ski resort, most of the skiing here is over 2000m, which means the snow keeps cooler for longer and the lifts keep running until early May," Skyscanner said.
Another destination where Brits can expect great late season conditions is the Swiss resort of Zermatt, which is described as "one of the few truly year-round ski destinations in the world" and sits at the foot of the Matterhorn.