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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 Snow News
- vincentbrigand.com . In Les arcs, everything is open. Come and enjoy
- Anonymous Report: Snow falling at Cairngorm.
- Snow-Forecast About 10 US resorts will stay open to Memorial Day at the end of May (or later) incl @MtBachelor which reports 25cm/10 inches of fresh snow.
- Office de Tourisme de Val Thorens Powder day!. Cloudy today, snow possible.
Latest worldwide snow report
UPDATED 24 APRIL 2017 Monday 24th April saw very few Austrian open, following the last day of skiing for the majority on Sunday 23rd. The weather was largely sunny, and there was some nice skiing on the upper slopes in the Obergurgl region, which is where some of the best conditions remain..... (courtesy of the Skiclub of GB)
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Latest submitted reviews
Myrkdalen ski resort:
“I really wanted to see how skiing in Scandinavia looks like so I have decided to combine Easter vacation with skiing in Norway. I have chosen Myrkdalen because it had snowed a lot there recently. This ski resort is 2 hours away from Bergen. You take the train from Bergen get off at Voss train station and take a free ski bus. Myrkdalen is 30 km away from Voss and 130 km away from Bergen. A combined ticket that includes transportation and ski ticket costs 640 NOK, thus about 70€. The on site rental is too expensive: 380 NOK, thus around 40€ for really mediocre equipment. The resort is very famous with locals and I saw a few tourists there. Most come from Bergen carrying their skis on the train. The ski resort offers 22 pistes. There are 2 chair lift and the rest drag lifts. Most pistes are difficult blues or easy red ones. There are 2 pistes supposed to be black but nothing to be compared with the Alps black pistes. The altitude of the ski centers varies from 500 till 1.000m. The pistes are well groomed. On Friday 14 April 2017, when I was there, there had been plenty of snow: about 1 meter on the base and 2,5 meters on the top. I did not see one single snow. However, the reason why I chose Scandinavia for Easter instead of Alps was that I was hoping to find good quality snow. I wanted to avoid slushy spring snow. I have read other comments that in Scandinavia it is really never hot so the snow does not melt which produces ice etc. Well, my experience was as follows: until 13:30 the snow was really good. It was dry. However, after 13:30 in the lower pistes it suffered a lot and was slushy and hard to manage. My opinion, I do not know if there was a really a place to avoid spring snow if you want to ski late season!
The scenery was beautiful but no fjords can be seen. Disadvantage: the resort was really busy with big queues. The surroundings were nothing special. There are no shops really, no village except Myrkdalen hotel. Overall impression: if you are in Bergen from December till April the nearby ski resorts like Myrkdalen or Voss deserve a visit. However, taking into account the very high price of everything, the rather limited ski field and the lack of apres-ski, I would prefer the Alps. I have read that Scandinavian resorts are more charming but I did not see this in Myrkdalen. Myrkdalen was a nice one day skiing experience which can be combined with visiting the fjords but in my opinion can not be a reason by itself to visit Norway.”
Derion from GREECE - 17 Apr 2017
Sierra Nevada ski resort:
“Estupendas vacaciones,estación recomendable y la mejor atención de parte de la escuela Técnica de ski Carlos Olmedo. De lo mejor.”
Cova Sanz from SPAIN - 16 Apr 2017
Samoens ski resort:
“Samoens is a lovely resort spoilt only by hoards of ignorant British people who refuse the basic common courtesies of even attempting to use a little French in saying 'please' or 'thank you'. I have total support and a complete understanding of the indigenous (French) people and their agents (many of whom are English!) in exploiting them to the full - whether that be over exorbitant property prices or basic service.”
Roland Slee from UNITED KINGDOM - 15 Apr 2017