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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: Snowing lightly in Titcomb Mountain.
- Weather radar observation: Snow falling heavily at Sugarbush.
- Weather radar observation: It is snowing heavily in Station du Mont Gleason.
- Weather radar observation: Snow falling heavily in Spruce Mountain Ski Slope.
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)
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Latest submitted reviews
Panorama Mountain Resort ski resort:
“I have skied here many times. It is a friendly resort with awesome scenery and when the snow is great, a fabulous array of runs. Both piste and trees for all abilities. I struggle to comprehend the critiques of some reviewers on here who talk of a poor resort with unimpressive views. Opening the eyes and mind is a prerequisite for observation. I hope to be there soon again.”
Darren Halsted from UNITED KINGDOM - 11 Nov 2018
Zermatt ski resort:
“We went to Zermatt in early November, since their website was advertising 16 lifts running. It was reasonable to assume this meant there would be some skiing, especially since we had just come from another glacial ski area, Hintertux, where we found pretty good snow for the time of year.
To be clear, Zermatt is staggeringly beautiful and deserves its fame. The valley beyond town defies description, so I won't try. I have done some mountaineering around the area and each time I come back I am astounded anew. However........
We paid $115 each for our passes and headed up the gondola to find that the reality was that there was exactly one (yes, one) lift with any skiing on it.
Whilst the resort didn't lie about the number of lifts which were running, it could easily be argued that they obscured the fact that only one of these lifts was open for skiing. The piste map does not name the lifts, which means you cannot cross reference from the light board to see exactly what is running, and what is not.
I do understand that we were there very early season and we did not expect to find much open. I also understand that it is not incorrect to say you have X number of lifts running, if X is the number of lifts running. But if someone comes to the ticket window with skis and asks how many lifts are open, I do think its reasonable to be expected to tell them how many lifts are available for skiing. Blame me if you like, for not being specific enough in my questioning, ......... we were not surprised, on figuring things out, to be refused when we asked to cancel our tickets and get a refund!
Of course, locals know the names of the lifts and know at a glance if it's worth going up that day. Our advice would be, if you don't know the resort and only some uplift is open, ask a local (not a ticket sales person) what is open, and then decide whether to splash out or not.
Everything else about Zermatt is awesome. Go there.”
nigel from canada from CANADA - 08 Nov 2018
Killington ski resort:
“Construction still has things up in the air at Killington this season. Well, that and the rainy weather. Weather delays has construction behind schedule, with lifts and ski tunnels not yet complete with ski season upon us. Killington is operating the gondola and an upper mountain lift with no top to bottom skiing. TTB route is in flux due to ongoing construction and it's yet to be seen what Killington will do as a work around. World Cup skiing arrives in 2 weeks, with Superstar not yet in race condition and no top to bottom skiing. Has Killington backed itself between a rock and a hard place? Pretty poor planning if you ask me...”
Alan from UNITED STATES - 08 Nov 2018