The Ski Club of Great Britain has insisted that there is enough snow for late ski holidays despite the generally low fall this season. The association is encouraging travel agents and consumers to travel during the low season, when ski prices are cheaper and the weather is warmer. “Despite what many snow lovers think, there is plenty of choice as most European resorts stay open until mid-April, many until May,” its statement said. Using data from 17 years of snow reports, the club suggested that that European resorts Tignes/Val d’Isere, Val Thorens, La Plagne/Les Arcs, St Anton, Obergurgl, Ischgl, Zermatt and Saas Fee would all have sufficient snowfall to offer good low season skiing. Meanwhile for long-haul travellers, Lake Louise/Banff/Sunshine, despite the name, should have enough snow, as well as Mammoth and Lake Tahoe.