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Snow Forecast for 3100 ski resorts around the World, updated four times a day. Weather forecasts are provided for the top lift, bottom lift and mid-mountain elevations. Our detailed Snow Reports and live updates are submitted by local Ski Clubs, ski resort staff and our users. Interactive weather maps show the amount of predicted snowfall as well as the current snow conditions and weather observations. The snow maps also show where the best piste conditions, off-piste powder and forecast weather for skiing and snowboarding can be found.
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Latest worldwide snow report
UPDATED 22 JANUARY 2018 The second huge storm of 2018, Evi continued to deliver extremes of both snow and weather conditions across the Alps. Fresh snow blanketed much of the Alps, with the northern French resorts as well as those across much of Switzerland and Austria benefitting the most, in some instances figures as high as 120cm in 48 hours have been recorded. However, as is often the case this was accompanied by partial or full resort closures due to wind and avalanche risks. The new week looks to be calmer however, at least until Friday where more new snow is expected. .... (courtesy of the Skiclub of GB)
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Latest submitted reviews
Montgenèvre (Via Lattea) ski resort:
“Skied Montgenèvre for the first time in January 2018. There’s been so much snow and over a metre fell whilst we were there so the conditions were fantastic. Love the variety of runs, both through the trees and open mountain. Some of the lifts are slow but didn’t queue for anything. Excellent place and going back in 2 weeks!”
Jeanette Clarke from UNITED KINGDOM - 21 Jan 2018
Saalbach Hinterglemm ski resort:
“I have traveled to Saalbach for over 20 years, alone and with my family, and have been there at least 25 times. I have also skied in Italy, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Australia and Colorado. Saalbach remains my favorite by far!
The things that keep me going back are the great hotels, very friendly locals, great skiing and exceptional apres-ski. Saalbach has become a second home to me and to my family. Every year a fortune is spent on upgrading lifts and infrastructure and the result is an amazing, modern system which is efficient and user friendly. The main lift system is being replaced this coming summer at a cost of 30 million Euros. As such there are no queues and no irritations! There are over 60 huts in the mountains around Saalbach and a drink or great meal are never far away. Two years ago in zero snow they had fantastic skiing with the majority of the runs open and covered in beautifully prepared artificial snow! The rest of Europe was green but the Saalbach infrastructure stepped in and still managed to provide great skiing in Saalbach and connected areas! If you want an exceptional resort full of atmosphere then do not miss an opportunity to ski in Saalbach!”
Gary Trant from SOUTH AFRICA - 21 Jan 2018
Niederau - Wildschonau ski resort:
“Missing 1 season due to health, we have been to Niederau every year since 2009, previously France and Switzerland.
Why do we go? We love the place. Locals are more than friendly, so I don’t know where some of the comments come from.
Niederau isn’t St Moritz so don’t expect 5 star luxury for 3 star prices.
We have always stayed at one hotel and frankly wouldn’t change as we have always had great service.
Yes, the skiing for inters and experts is limited yet there are numerous alternatives available within 30kms.
For beginners it’s first class especially those with young families as the beginners slopes are easy and kids are catered for extensively.
You can even leave them supervised at the kids closed areas with instructed nannies without worrying about them.
All in all, it’s a great little resort if you are a beginner or intermediate.
Quite why “expert” skiers would go there is a mystery. Yeah, I’ve listened to the so called experts over breakfast and dinner and often passed them on a number of runs when they are flat on their backs having tried their expert snowploughs and stems on a red only to find a snowplough doesn’t quite work when so frightened all their weight is in the back seat.
Joking, well not really.
Overall, 4 stars for 3 star prices.
Going again? Yes, we certainly are.”
Barry from UNITED KINGDOM - 20 Jan 2018