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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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- Fantastic skiing on piste. Cloudy this morning, clearing later.
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- Office de Tourisme de Val Thorens Great snow conditions throughout area. Clear blue skies, all lifts open.
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Latest worldwide snow report
UPDATED 20 FEBRUARY 2017 The new week started with a predominately cloudy day in Austria. Fresh snow between Friday 17th and Monday 20th has improved the skiing throughout, with the Arlberg region in particular offering some great options both on and off-piste. Unfortunately many resorts are predicted rain on Tuesday 21st, but for higher resorts this may well fall as snow. .... (courtesy of the Skiclub of GB)
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Latest submitted reviews
Chamonix ski resort:
“I skied in Chamonix on Saturday, 18 Feb. 2017. It is a short day trip from Geneva. I took the bus from Geneva bus station at 08:30 skied until 15:30, then took a rest and took the bus back to Geneva at 18:30. Return bus ticket 50 Euro. I chose to ski at Brevent and Flegere, which are the ski centers closer to Chamonix center. You must take a free bus to get to the gondola. The bad thing is that you have to carry equipment from the city, as there is no place to rent at the mountain. This is bad because when getting back the bus was late and became too crowded with people carrying their skis. Lift ticket is expensive at 50 Euro per day. However, in my opinion, it deserves the money. Brevent and Flegere are, in my opinion, best for intermediate skiers. There are mostly reds and blues. The two black pistes leading down to the city (Nants, La Praz) were closed due to a lack of snow. There was generally quite a lot of snow. However, there were many places with stones, especially the pistes exposed to the sun. Generally speaking, Brevent had harder, even icy, snow whereas Flegere had softer more forgiving snow. I enjoyed the red Cornu in Brevent and the black in Floria Flegere. Also, the red Crochues and Pylones. The background is beautiful, as you can see the Chamonix valley and on the other side Aiguille du Midi and Mont Blanc. There is a frequent lift linking the two ski centers. Chamonix is a nice city, not so much charming but for sure there are many things to do, always full with people and nice to stroll over there. Food was not good, very touristic.”
Derion from GREECE - 19 Feb 2017
Manigod ski resort:
“I skied in Manigod on Friday 17 Feb. 2017. Actually Manigod belongs to the allied ski centers of La Clusaz. This means that with one ticket you can ski more interconnected ski centers. Distance from Geneva bus station 1h and 15 min. I took Beauregard gondola and started from Beauregard mountain. Then you can continue to Manigod ski center, where I actually spent almost all my day. There was about 130 cm of snow. However, the ski center has a low altitude. As a result the snow suffered from high temperatures. The resort managers warned about hard snow. However, in Manigod there was nowhere hard snow. In the contrary: till 1 pm snow was ok, after was soft. The ski center is really easy. It is a good place to learn how to ski. There are some red pistes, but nothing difficult. I have particularly enjoyed the red Myrtilles and Grand Chamois and Sorbiers. Bois Manigod is a nice piste as well among pine trees, however, the snow there was awful. What I have most enjoyed there was the atmosphere. The ski center was full mainly with French families. It was like a holiday and this made me happy. At the end of the day it started raining. La Clusaz is a pretty but small village. I would suggest La Clusaz for a short ski trip. Next time I would like to visit Aiguille and Etale mountains.”
Derion from GREECE - 19 Feb 2017
Silver Mountain ski resort:
“Another reviewer couldn't be more spot on! We love and hate Silver for all its quirks. If high speed quads are your desire, head north to Sandpoint and enjoy the crowds.
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Whyooter from UNITED STATES - 19 Feb 2017