There are patches on the higher hills of the Yorkshire Dales. There haven't been many significant snowfalls this winter and therefore snow has not persisted long, at least until later in the winter. I visited Great Whernside towards the end of February as this is one of the snowiest hills in the Dales and found quite a few frozen patches on east-facing slopes at about 2000 feet, but not of great depth or extent. However, there was a major snowfall at the beginning of March off an easterly wind leading to large drifts on the western flanks. I visited on the 7 March shortly after the snow, when there was evidence of snow slips on steep slopes (see photo). Again, I visited on Good Friday (25th March) when the major drifts were still quite large after the thaw. See attached photos.