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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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- Anonymous Report: Snow falling in Cerro Catedral.
- Member Report: Snowing at a moderate rate in Chapelco.
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UPDATED 21 AUGUST 2017 Skiing in Europe remains very limited in terms of what's on offer at the moment. Saas Fee was probably the pick of the bunch on Monday with 11 lifts running across the resort. Zermatt and Cervinia were closed for the day due to high winds..... (courtesy of the Skiclub of GB)
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Latest submitted reviews
Antuco ski resort:
“My wife, son and I spent a couple of unforgettable days on Antuco. We arrived in an unsuitable car, without chains, at dusk, in the midst of an 11" snowfall. Raul, the GM of the Club along with a few other staff pushed us up the last 500meters to the parking lot. The following morning we were greeted with fresh powder and not one other paying skier on the hill!
Adequate rental shop, excellent instructor (Ricardo), primitive accommodations, decent food, wonderful hospitality!
Two days with fresh powder and even on Saturday there were very few people on the upper slopes. One slow pommel low and a long very fast pommel to just over 6000ft. There is much volcano above that for the very adventurous, but for me several runs on virgin powder was good enough. Truly epic skiing.
But make no mistake, this is not a resort. It is a ski club in every sense but very friendly to non members. Very inexpensive - US$600 for 2 days skiing, 2 nights accommodation & food, a bit of rental gear for the three of us.”
Drew Peerless from UNITED STATES - 23 Aug 2017
Caviahue ski resort:
“Increíblemente alguien dice no lo comparen con otros centros de ski. Estamos en la página equivocada? Se la pasan justificando la falta de inversión llamando Pueblo Nieve al desorden y falta de infraestructura? Si hago no números en costo me voy a esquiar a lugares, sumale alquilar un moto de nieve? Donde se ha visto amigos. Todo para esquiar? Hagan sustentable la montaña, es por el bien de todos... Yo mientras no vuelvo!
(note from the editor: name of individual removed.)”
Quique from ARGENTINA - 22 Aug 2017
Cerro Catedral ski resort:
“The best place to ski in South America by far. Excellent views, plenty of snow, beautiful village.
There are more than 10 places in the mountain to lunch or drink a cup of coffee, all of them different, all of them charming. The best by far being Refugio Lynch
Only cons, several winds that do no allow the elevation vehicles to run all the time and company in charge of the ski concession (Catedral Alta Patagonia) is a disaster.
Only comparison to Bariloche are the Europe ski centres; not even in the US you have such views and maginificences as in Bariloche.”
Gonzalo from ARGENTINA - 17 Aug 2017