The sun has been shining brightly across the Alps this week and, while some resorts have already closed, there’s still good skiing to be had at higher resorts and glaciers. The best skiing can be found in the morning when pistes are at their firmest. If you’re planning a last-minute spring ski trip, consider a glacial resort or Bulgaria which is experiencing some excellent late-season snow.

Where’s the best skiing for a last-minute spring ski trip?

The following ski resorts are still currently offering good skiing on upper slopes.

AUSTRIA: Obergurgl (24-138cm), Solden (5-403cm), Ischgl (20-150cm), Kuhtai (140-160cm), St. Anton (65-385cm), Lech-Zuers (85-235cm), Kitzbuehel (74-149cm)

FRANCE: La Plagne (85-210cm), Chamonix (0-200cm), Avoriaz (165-330cm), Morzine (20-330cm), Val Thorens (140-250cm), La Clusaz (25-250cm), Les Arcs (55-205cm)

SWITZERLAND: Zermatt (0-280cm), Saas-Fee (40-395cm), Davos (42-212cm), Murren (59-262m), Arosa (100-130cm), Skiarena Andermatt-Sedrun (45-600cm)

ITALY: Cervinia (70-290cm), Val Senales (35-320cm), Passo Tonale (40-420cm), Presena Glacier (380-420cm), Madesimo (100-380cm)

ANDORRA: Grandvalira (50-150cm) is closing this weekend while Vallnord (180-285cm) remains open until the end of next week.

BULGARIA: Bulgarian resorts have had 40cm of powder over the last week. Skiing conditions are great in Bansko (70-250cm) and Borovets (200-310cm). Both resorts will be closed next weekend.

If you’re planning a late ski trip, do check individual resort closing dates which are being moved forward due to the warm temperatures.