There will be more skiing options open to winter sports fans in Switzerland before the end of 2020, with more cantons announcing they will again open their slopes.
Glarus and Appenzeller Innerrhoden announced on Tuesday that they will again allow skiing from Wednesday, December 30th.
The cantons made the decision on the basis of hospital capacity, reports 20 Minutes.
The two cantons will join Appenzeller Ausserrhoden, Uri, Obwalden and Nidwalden in opening on the 30th of December.
From the 30th, the number of cantons where skiing is again allowed will be 14.
Six more – St Gallen, Schwyz, Zug, Zurich, Solothurn and Lucerne – remain closed, while a further six cantons (Schaffhausen, Basel City, Basel Country, Aargau, Geneva and Thurgau) do not have ski slopes.