Snow-lover Martin, who performs under the name Piper McKay, was snapped in this stunning photo hurtling down a 4,000ft slope near Aviemore.
The daredevil reached speeds of up to 40mph while playing A Scottish Soldier and The Gael, the haunting pipe lament made famous in the 1992 blockbuster The Last of the Mohicans.
“Everybody was watching and cheering,” said Edinburgh-born Martin, 42, who was photographed careering downhill by his wife Julie.
The couple decided to stop in Aviemore to celebrate 25 years since Martin qualified as a ski instructor at the resort.
He took up the sport after a school ski trip as a 16-year-old boy and still works as a ski instructor in Val D’Isere, France, during the winter.
He developed his other love – for the bagpipes – after his grandmother took him to watch the Edinburgh Military Tattoo as a boy.
Martin, trained in music by the famous pipers of the Scots Guards, decided to combine his two passions.
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