A woman has been flown to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary in a helicopter after she received serious head and leg injuries in a skiing accident.
Kelly Gallagher and guide Charlotte Evans won Great Britain’s first ever gold medal at the Winter Paralympics on this day in 2014.
Two skiers navigated a thin layer of snow with no margin for error down the precipitous shoulder of Half Dome in Yosemite National Park and alternately skied and abseiled back to the valley floor in an unusually daring feat.
A luxury ski maker in Perthshire who has been inundated with orders this year has said he is hoping for more snow to keep the area’s “up and coming small business scene” booming.
As Hostelling Scotland marks its 90th anniversary this month, Gayle Ritchie explores how the organisation has broken away from outdated stigmas and refreshed its identity.
As lockdown smothers the snowsports industry, ski jump legend Eddie the Eagle reminisces about his time working at Glenshee in the 1980s.
Ski season: Travel restrictions mean a slow start for Scotland’s skiing season, with only two resorts opening
The ski season is due to kick off in Scotland this weekend, with snow sports lovers usually flocking to the north and north-east slopes in their thousands.
We’ve gone through our archives and dug out these images of winter sports events in the north-east over the past few decades.
A 15-year-old north-east skier is well on his way to the top after triumphing at his first Europa Cup meet.
Two skiers who failed to return from the Cairngorms have been traced.
A North-east woman who was left incapacitated for six months after a freak accident has taken on a 71-mile cycling challenge for a spinal charity.
An early Arctic blast has sparked hopes of a bumper ski season at Glenshee.
An Aberdeen snow sports institution has recreated photographs from its opening day in 1967 to celebrate a milestone birthday.
This is the stuff of nightmares for most off-piste skiers. Gliding along the fresh snow, minding your own business, when you go over a little hump and fall 152ft (46m).
Ski centres are hopeful a weather warning for snow could kickstart their season - with a chance it could even settle in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen skier Lauren Cain has been named in GB squad for the The Special Olympics World Winter Games.
A new skiing and mountain sports festival is set to take place at the Cairngorms National Park.
Thousands of people flocked to two ski resorts in the North-east over the weekend.