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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
- SkiWelt Marketing Skiresort opens soon! Open on weekends: 25.-26.11.2017 & 02.-03.12.2017 Continuing ski operation: 08.12.2017 - 08.04.2018
- Office de Tourisme de Val Thorens Most lifts are open with great snow conditions. Great weather, no clouds in sight.
- Alpine Descents Another beautiful day in Chatel. Slightly warmer than of late. .
- Ski Villaroger The run is open down to #valclaret now in #tignes .. 3 more days until #valdisere & #espacekilly open .. lots of availability throughout the season
Latest worldwide snow report
UPDATED 20 NOVEMBER 2017 Conditions in the Alps are a varied picture, with Austria once again receiving the most snow, while western Switzerland also received approximately 15cm. The Eastern Swiss, French and Italian Alps have fared worse however having not received any snow from the most recent storm. This, coupled with a rising snowline may impact some of the snow that fell over the previous two weeks. To add to the trepidation, once the current system over Austria moves off, current models show no more snow on the horizon until the end of the month. .... (courtesy of the Skiclub of GB)
Current ski resort picks
Long range skiing weather forecasts for daily picks of our top 5 Resorts are FREE to non snow-forecast.com members! Find the deepest snow, the snowiest forecasts and the ski resorts reporting powder conditions to make the most of planning your winter sports holiday.
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Latest submitted reviews
Big White ski resort:
“Took the family from flat Ontario to BW in January 2017. At first glance, it looked more like a hill than a mountain. After 5 ski days, however, we were sold. The snow was excellent, the resort was good, access from Kelowna was easy and lift lines were non-existent.
In August, we went back out to BW and purchased our own chalet. That's how much we liked it.
If you're looking for a crowd and a huge party, go to Whistler or Tremblant. If you're looking for a resort with ski-in/ski-out accommodations, great skiing, great snow, etc come to Big White.”
Scott Martin from CANADA - 20 Nov 2017
Zell am See ski resort:
“Surprised there are so few reviews for Zell am See, so just thought I might add to them. I have been coming to Zell since the eighties and have always enjoyed my stays here. Skiing is ideal for intermediates. If you want big mountain skiing with long steep descents, best go to France or Switzerland. Local ski areas can be a bit mixed conditions in recent years, but if you have a hire car there are many resorts nearby with easy access. We always have a day at Maria Alm and its neighbouring resorts which is an easy drive. Alpendorf is also great for families and mixed ability groups. The recent link with Vierhofen opens up a vast area of skiing at Saalbach/Hinterglem also, but this red run was narrow and icy when I skied it last January. Glade skiing is not permitted in Austria, to allow descents through wooded areas. Otherwise, the limited off-piste skiing would have a bit more to offer. The hotels are good value, typically Austrian and never too far away from the main lift stations and the ski bus service is regular and efficient. Go in late Jan if you can. In school holidays the resort's easy accessibility means it is very busy but I have rarely encountered serious lift congestion at other times.”
mhswansea from UNITED KINGDOM - 20 Nov 2017
Cypress Mountain ski resort:
“Best of the 3 local mountains. I like the fact you drive up; limits fair weather skiers to small line ups, if any. The parking can be into #2 or B and you wonder where the people are. I can ski like hell from 9am to 1pm and seriously never have a line up. I get tired of skiing not of standing and waiting. 5 stars in my books for how quick you can be on the mountain.”
Rob of Coquitlam, BC from CANADA - 18 Nov 2017