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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
- THE WEATHER IS MILD AND THE CONDITIONS ARE VERY NICE ON THE SLOPES, AN EXCELLENT RECIPE FOR A GREAT DAY OF SKIING! A NEW SNOW (4 TO 5 CM) WILL FALL MIXED WITH WIND IN THE MIDDLE OF THE DAY. Current surfaces: fine granular and skied powder.
- It is snowing heavily at Ehden Town.
- It is snowing heavily at Niseko Village.
- Weather radar observation: It is snowing heavily in Vrådal.
Latest worldwide snow report
UPDATED 15 JANUARY 2019 The third successive week of heavy snowfall in the Eastern Alps brought some of the most significant accumulations yet to Austria, southern Germany and Eastern Switzerland over the weekend with some resorts reporting as much as a metre of snow in 24 hours (again) and an accumulation of 3 metres (10 feet) in the past week (again). The ongoing snowfall closed ski slopes, access roads, rail lines and occasionally airports. The avalanche danger level reached its highest level in parts of Austria making getting on to the slopes somewhat problematic. The good news for everyone from road-workers to skiers and boarders though is that are signs of it ending, or at least a lull, this week so things should become easier.....
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Latest submitted reviews
Cypress Mountain ski resort:
“Really nice up there. Would highly recommend going!”
john from CANADA - 14 Jan 2019
Alpe d'Huez ski resort:
“Just come back from a weeks skiing and really enjoyed the cruising around the different villages and the main resort of Alpe d'Huez. But won't be going back as we'd completed it all in 4-5 days except for the Tunnel. But a great resort for beginners and families and those progressing onto the blues.
The Sarenne isn't 16km/10 miles long, it's 7 miles long and a third of it is a blue/green flat track at the end but it is a lovely run and wasn't mogully as I'd previously read.
Local food was really good especially the burgers at Smithys and the pizzas at Roti in Bergers. Watch being double charged at Chez Leo which was a nice chilled out bar but didn't go back after this.
Also the restaurant at the bottom of Font Froid is very good and the service and welcome you get is good too. The Scare Chair is fun but not for those with a faint heart.
The apres-ski is ok and the reason for the ok is that they are all spread around the slope. But, if like me, you don't mind walking then they are all good. We frequented Indiana & the Underground; both had Happy Hours, 8 Ball & O'Sharky's.
The €17.50 for the local tax is downlight robbery for a non-existent bus service in the evenings and also during the day. Due to the apres being all over the place it was a nightmare walking back with your skis. I honestly don't know what you get for this except for the clean paths
But we did have a great week”
Gary from UNITED KINGDOM - 14 Jan 2019
Mzaar Ski Resort ski resort:
“Resort is poorly managed. It takes forever to reach the parking at the bottom of the resort and it takes even more to get out of it.
Lifts are badly managed and in terrible condition. Most slopes are not open. They make you pay for both domaines Warde and Mzaar and they shut down the link between the two. Some lifts have technical error, and you might wait 1 hour or more hanging in the air for the lift to work again.
Safety regulations are quasi-absent and you feel that the resort didn't get an upgrade for ages.
If you are a European skier or used to world class ski resorts do stay away from this place.”
snowlover from LEBANON - 14 Jan 2019