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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 17 AUGUST 2017 There has been some remarkably good skiing around the Matterhorn at Cervinia and Zermatt, thanks to the fresh snow earlier this week. Elsewhere in Europe the outlook is rather more drab, with the general impression that summer skiing has pretty much finished now..... (courtesy of the Skiclub of GB)
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Latest submitted reviews
Treble Cone ski resort:
“Without a doubt NZ's best and most challenging ski resort. Every other ski area seems boring when compared to TC.
Not a good place if you are a beginner. Very basic facilities when compared to other international ski resorts.”
Babak Hadi from AUSTRALIA - 15 Aug 2017
Temple Basin ski resort:
“Temple basin is a cool environment, particularly for younger people. Although there are negatives associated with skiing Temple (rope tows, avalanche danger, difficult access to some of the very best terrain, sharing dorm rooms). However, these things may not sound like negatives to some. The very best terrain here is 'experts only' so for some that is a big plus.
If you are an intermediate to advanced skier there is fun to be had, though more limited. It might, however, be a place to try and introduce yourself to bigger mountain skiing; deeper powder, steeper slopes, chutes, climb-only accessed terrain. It really has it all for a budding big mountain rider or alpinist. The scenery is also spectacular on a good day, though the weather is quite unpredictable I would imagine. Choose your days carefully.”
Simon from NEW ZEALAND - 14 Aug 2017
Stubai Glacier ski resort:
“I have been skiing at Stubai glacier since 1999 including one full year living in nearby Neustift. It's one of my favourite ski areas.
The Stubai pistes are nearly always in perfect condition. They are neither over easy or challenging for the average skier. The lift system is excellent. The new 24 person gondola on the Eisgrat is great for moving you up the mountain at speed and in comfort.
For the past 2 years we have been taking our child to the ski school meeting at Gamsgarten. It's been a great place for him to learn to ski. Free kids passes extend right up to 10 years old.
Our favourite time to visit is mid-March when temperatures are a little warmer. The snow late season is also very reliable. The area doesn't attract many expert skiers, hence you will often find deep untracked powder long after snow has fallen. In a good season the off-piste opportunities to the side of the long Wilde Grub'n ski route back to the car park are also fantastic.
The only thing that I don't like is the quality of food at the mountain restaurants run by the lift company. The one other lunch choice is the Dresdner Hutte is a much better option.
Accommodation in Neustift is easy to find, lots of self catering apartments and hotels. This is one of the easiest resorts for a ski weekend from the UK when using nearby Innsbruck airport.
You will meet hardly any other British skiers here unless the British army are having one of their training (holiday) camps there at the same time.”
Chris from UNITED KINGDOM - 11 Aug 2017