During the night skiing session, which runs every Saturday throughout the season, up to 30 Santas took to the slopes.
Organised by slope managers at Cetursa, Santa’s helpers performed a choreographed ski at the beginner Borreguiles slopes.
The event aimed at children also included skiing workshops run by games mascot the Suly Sierra Nevada and a rock concert.
The CEO of Cetursa Sierra Nevada, María José López, said the event was a resounding success.
“The performance of Santa’s helpers was spectacular, a great way to start the program,” he said.
The mountain tops are still looking a little bare, with the harder red and black runs closed until the first major snowfall of the season.
For a live broadcast of the Sierra Nevada slopes visit www.sierranevada.es
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