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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
- Weather radar observation: Snow falling heavily in Vassfjellet.
- Weather radar observation: It is snowing heavily in Sundsvall.
- Weather radar observation: It is snowing heavily on the slopes above Sun Valley.
- Weather radar observation: Heavy snow is falling in Strynefjellet.
Latest worldwide snow report
UPDATED 24 SEPTEMBER 2018 In Europe, heavy cloud and the potential for fresh snow fell on Monday 24th September, completely curtailing visibility in our Austrain and Italian resorts currently operational. There has been fresh snow in both South America and New Zealand, keeping slopes in great shape for the final weeks of the season. Australia saw more typical late season conditions, though thanks to a fantastic winter many have postponed closing dates..... (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
Tukino ski resort:
“They discriminate against snowboarders.
Nothing to do and no accommodation around except theirs.
Don't even bother driving up the mountain road, it's full of holes.
Go to Whakapapa or Turoa instead. Tukino is bad.”
John John! from NEW ZEALAND - 15 Oct 2018
Hudson Bay Mountain ski resort:
“Great snow when it comes, although it does not come every year to the degree it does in Terrace-due West, as the crow flies. Powder quality is always good but off-piste gets skied out quickly. Tree runs are far too tightly spaced to qualify as true free-ride terrain. The black runs are a dog's breakfast of moguls that of course are not maintained. The fall line is good everywhere. Lineups are rare. Other mountains in Southern BC present better value, for sure, but having said that the area also boasts numerous back-country options.The resort is not a resort, it's a large community hill without the acreage to call itself a resort. If the original owners had the vision to properly glade the chair side over a 20 year period with properly spaced tree skiing then the hill would probably be considered a minor classic. The Bulkley Valley is a great area to ski overall.”
Redster from CANADA - 15 Oct 2018
Turoa ski resort:
“The best mountain in the country on a good day in my opinion! Turoa has everything, from great groomed runs to powder bowls, a decent park, steeps, drops, chutes galore. Lifts can get pretty busy on the weekends if the weather is good.
Score a midweek powder day and you will be riding fresh lines all day!
It is really exposed so can quite often have high winds and be closed. This also means it gets some epic dumps. Typical for the off-piste to be completely frozen so make sure you sharpen your edges!
Usual expensive mountain prices for food but you can just take your own and leave a bag outside the cafe :) Get up there early to get a good car park.
People are quick to criticise for many reasons but RAL is a non-profit organisation so any profits get put back in to the resort. There can be delays opening the lifts due to de-icing.
Ohakune is a great little ski town with decent bars, restaurants and cafes. Check out TBC for all of your gear needs. Make sure you go to the Choclate Eclair Shop. Best ever! Also try the afghans and the steak, mince and cheese pies!
This season has been the best I can remember with every weekend being bluebird and lots of them being powder days!
This season a major avalanche took out one of the towers and broke the cable of the top main lift but they have done some excellent work pushing snow around and making new trails.
If you don't mind hiking the summit is around a 1 hour walk from the top of the 6 seater lift with amazing views and you can see the crater lake (it's actually a live volcano that erupted last in 1995)
I have been coming here for over 30 years and have snowboarded all around the world and have had some of the best days of my life here!
Love this mountain :)”
adam from NEW ZEALAND - 08 Oct 2018