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  • April 23, 2008
    Mich. from United Kingdom

    I was going to go back to Niederau next year as it used to have a great atmosphere there, even though the runs were limited. I have,, however changed my mind after reading the recent reviews on this site. I am now thinking of going to this a good choice?

  • February 28, 2008
    CADGUFF from United Kingdom

    Trying to get people to pay for weather forecasts?
    what a joke!

    [Editors comments: The vast majority of this site is free. The reason why a membership fee exists is because we provide members with a vast archive of historical snow reports from Ski-club. Since they do not make this information freely available on their site, we are obliged to restrict it on this site too. In any case, many of our site members join in order to avail themselves of various member discounts on things like care hire and travel insurance. At we pass on any savings to members and take no commission on sales. Membership costs are very modest compared with the savings you can make.]

  • February 05, 2008
    Ewald from United Kingdom

    Hello, can anybody help out there (UK based residents)?
    We went to Tyrol/Austria for my stag night & skiing and also went to see the big Kitzbuehel downhill race on Jan 19th 2008 (Hahnenkamm). I've heard that the race was featured on Ski Sunday on Jan 20th on BBC. Has anybody recorded Ski Sunday on Jan 20th and is willing to provide me the vidoe tape? I'm willing to pay for the expenses (e.g. video tape) and a bit more (up to £ 40). Anybody who does have the recording on a tape and is interested in my offer, please reply back to

  • January 26, 2008
    David from United Kingdom

    I'm off to Sierre at Tahoe - but there don't seem to be many reviews of the place... anyone know the area and want to leave a bit of feedback in the resort guide on what to expect and what it's like!

  • January 25, 2008
    Paolo Henry from Italy

    Talking about Gressoney, Monterosaski: plenty of snow, fabulous weather, great landscapes, good food and.. drinks! Simply perfect for anyone.
    Perfect for my son that has just started skiing; perfect for my wife that is a good skier on piste and perfect for me, that like off-piste so much.
    What a perfect week!!

  • January 22, 2008
    Amanda from United Kingdom

    Can anyone suggest any good places to eat in Sierra Nevada - we came last year and are coming back end Feb as it is ideal for a weekend ski trip but from memory the food was not so good.

  • December 28, 2007
    Michael Scanlon from United Kingdom

    A DUMP for California resorts: Squaw, Kirkwood, Heavenly Valley benefited from X-mas pounding.

    Mammoth Mountain in Central California has some steeps open ( Chutes with 45 degree pitches or better( wipe out drop out chutes ) access from gondola at summit 12,050 feet.

    If visiting California or western Canada have a look at my site after getting your snow reports here:
    "There is no off Season "
    Happy Pow Holidays to all !

  • December 21, 2007
    Astrid Watkiss from France

    Have been skiing at Bareges/La Mongie since it opened last Friday. The skiing is great and conditions excellent. More snow forecast for Christmas Day. So get yourselves down here for some good skiing at great prices. Today 50% of the pistes were open - and we had the place to ourselves!

  • December 17, 2007
    Matt Norton from Japan

    Hello snow lovers...
    I am currently living in Japan and am looking forward to my first season here...
    In 3 days im off to HAKUBA one of the top 4 places in the world to ski/snowboard POW POW... then in Jan. im off to NISEKO...
    I am extremely excited to begin this trip...
    best wishes to everyone out their...
    and good luck with the season.

  • December 16, 2007
    Dan from United Kingdom

    Great site; it makes my skiing holiday start before I get there! Only one complaint: the weekly round up is tough to read...have you guys never heard of paragraphs!

  • November 28, 2007
    Mark Smyth from United Kingdom

    Just thought I'd give a write up for Sainte Foy in France. We have been there for the last two years and it is brilliant for families. Small resort but plenty of pistes for everyone. No waiting at the lifts and the lift operators are brilliant for slowing down the lifts for the kids getting on and off. Probably not a great spot for the more advanced skier unless you are going off piste and then there is plenty but not a lot of pistes for the advanced. If you want any more info just email me at


  • November 13, 2007
    Rick from United Kingdom

    Just wanted to recommend Vaujany for a great family ski resort in the Alp d'Huez region. We stayed at the 5 star Oisans apartments booked through Ski Peak last year. This year we are pushing the boat out and staying in their 5 star Chalet Saskia! Can't wait.....if you want to know more try here

  • October 26, 2007
    Barrie & Astrid Watkiss from France

    The French Pyrenees is a wonderful place to ski. Take a look at and you will see extensive skiing available to all levels of skiers.
    We are expecting good snow this season. Our 2 warm cosy gites are just 30 minutes from Tourmalet, we are 5 minutes from the town of Bagneres de Bigorre. Take a look at our site for excellent priced accomodation (and excellent quality) - and skiing at half the price of the Alps!

  • October 21, 2007
    Giuliana Christmas from United States


    Is there anyone out there from Norway or planning a trip to Voss early Jan?
    I am going skiing solo this year and would welcome a bit of background info / a buddy to help me on my way. Cheers

  • October 08, 2007
    ste from United Kingdom

    just booked 4 day break to chamonix (skiing 3 days) early feb can anyone recommend which lift pass to get cham local,cham area or mont blanc we're strong intermediates who like skiing on piste? thanks.

  • October 04, 2007
    Jean-Christophe from France

    Loue studio tout confort avec vue panoramique à SERRE CHEVALIER 1400, pour 2/3 personnes, situé face au rocher d'escalade, à 100 « vrais » mètres des remontées mécaniques (télécabine et télésiège), à 200 m.des pistes de ski de fond et à 50 mètres de nombreux commerces : office du tourisme, bureau des guides, supérette, traiteur, boulangerie, magasin de sport avec location de matériel, cinéma, banque, laverie, location de linge, pharmacie, médecins....
    A quelques pas vous trouvez piscine municipale, patinoire, un circuit de conduite sur glace, un centre équestre, un centre de remise en forme…
    Le soir selon les conditions d’enneigement (une grande partie de la saison grâce à l’installation récente de nombreux canons à neige ) pour pourrez rentrer « skis aux pieds » jusqu'à l’ascenseur !!!
    Prix, infos diverses et réservations sur notre site ou 0663156706.

  • July 03, 2007
    Snow ski report from United Kingdom

    Can you believe it? Snow in Chamonix last week that came close to the valley. Lets hope the bad weather in Europe over the summer will mean lots of snow in the winter too.

  • May 29, 2007
    Protactanium from United Kingdom

    Damn. No sign of any snow yet.
    If you too are craving a summer riding fix check out:

  • May 20, 2007
    Sherpa from Iran

    Great web site for outlook of Mouth Damavand ,in fact the only one.
    Should anybody be interested to have information or climb to
    Mouth Damavand ( 5671 M ) may visit my weblog:


  • February 28, 2007
    Kevin Martin from United States

    For regional outlooks this site really is cool. I can tell you run your maps off the NWS weather models or so which is cool. You see I forecast for ALL of Southern Califonia with any type of weather. You can have a look at my work here. We do SNOW FORECASTING as well.
    We aren't as regional as you,but we are more accurate for So Cal based on the geography of our mountains here. Most resorts see MORE than you advertise. Snow Valley has near 6-10 inches from this last storm total. You have 2 inches. Have a good one. [EDITOR - Thanks Kevin. We are already aware that GFS underestimates snowfall along the Pacific Coastal States especially and are looking at alternatives - Mesoscale models certainly improve accuracy and we are hopeful that we will soon be able to provide these as alternatives. The problem, as always, is generating timely forecasts, but the latest dual Opteron machines look like the answer. Good luck with your website. Rob Davies]

  • February 08, 2007
    Bernard from United Kingdom

    Great website! The weather maps and resort information are really useful. If anyone is interested in renting a ski chalet in Isola 2000, have a look at

  • January 27, 2007
    Josef Kukacka from Austria

    Your site is really useful, I even had been registered its worth the money. BUT could you please consider to present Austria as a dedicated page? Right now you can see it with Germany (too small scale) or under Estern Alps (not complete, resorts like Semmering or Ötscher belong to the Eastern Alps and are not on the map)


  • January 25, 2007
    Matt from United Kingdom

    Great site! Hi I'm going to Sierra Nevada in southern Spain in the last week of March. Has anyone been this time of year? Whats the snow condition like? Feedback would be much appreciated.

    Mat - it varies a lot from year to year - see the snow history pages on our Sierra Nevada page - you can see every report for the past 5 years and graphs show you the depths etc. [ed.]

  • January 19, 2007
    Nina from United Kingdom

    Just got back from Whistler, Canada. I have never seen so much snow and the resort is excellent. Two days we woke up to 23cm of fresh powder snow. It's a 10 hour flight from the UK but if you love to ski/board then its well worth the journey for the experience. Whistler village is packed with shops, bars and restaurants and with the Canadian Dollar being so low against the pound we could not resist a bit of retail therapy too!
    Don't miss such a good year in Whistler! :)

  • January 13, 2007
    Hendy from United Kingdom

    Good usefull site !!
    Of to Bardonnechia on 27th ... can't wait !! but hey whats going on with the white stuff ???? we need a lot more ! anybody got any tips on the resort ?

  • January 12, 2007
    Abdullah from Jordan

    Gr8 site... lot of useful info...
    BTW, I'll go with my family to Faraya at this month-end inshAllah. However, there is little snow...What do you think, will it get better by that date?

    [Editor - I have sent you an email about the long range prospects for snow]

  • January 03, 2007
    Sjors from Netherlands

    He guys...

    GREAT site..... REALLY up to date unlike most other ones (at least for "Val Thorens")

    keep up the workt (Y)


  • January 03, 2007
    martin beumer from Netherlands

    mittels viel Auskunft über Wallis und Saastal in Winter
    Immer viel Schnee!
    In Holland Many Pictures

  • January 02, 2007
    Chimpy from United Kingdom

    Going to Whistler on the 21st of Jan for 18 nights, can't wait WOO HOO!!
    72 cms of snow in 24 hrs today, how the hell does that happen?
    (Sorry to gloat) :-)
    Snow's falling in Europe as well, so things are looking alot better.
    Brilliant site BTW, used it for the last 4 years

  • January 02, 2007
    Shaun from United Kingdom

    Just like to let you all know about a great little resort in Italy called Macugnaga. Discovered it last year. Not for those who want the night life, but we had a really enjoyably stay. Hardly any queues, some nice little mountain restaurants for lunching, excellent instructors. I'd say a great place for parties with kids. None of the UK tour operators go there, but its easy from Milan. Recommend Cristalo hotel - 5 mins walk to lift and ski back to front door. And there is snow there!