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Snow Forecast for 3200 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
- It is snowing heavily at Grandvalira-Soldeu.
- Snowing at a moderate rate at Campitello Matese.
- Snowing in Breckenridge.
- Snowing at Nozawa Onsen.
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
Gressoney-la-Trinite ski resort:
“Just had a week in Gressoney at the Hotel Dufour. Excellent hotel, lovely food. But in dire need of a new pool table!
Monterosa ski area remains Europe’s great ski secret. Pistes are quiet, even at weekends and deserted during the week, so off-piste remains untracked for days after a fall. Across the three linked resorts is an attractive cross section of long cruising reds, runs through the trees and plenty of off-piste opportunities, the latter making up for the lack of truly challenging reds.
Drawbacks are few, the links are prone to closure during high winds and the 2 very slow twin chairs out of gressoney need upgrading.
Plans are apparently to link to Cervinia and Zermatt via Frachey, but I think that would spoil what Champoluc, Gressoney and Alagna have to offer.
5 of my last 6 annual trips have been to this area, after years of skiing all over France and Austria, which says it all really.”
Bradley from UNITED KINGDOM - 20 Jan 2019
Grand Targhee ski resort:
“I've been making my way to Targhee from B.C. for a few years , but starting to go elsewhere now as management thinks they can gouge because Jackson is still much more $$. Used to get deals on liftopia , but no more . 7% off booking a week early, come on!! 90 bucks for 3 lifts is a joke, don't get me started about the food prices! Look around people, there are lots of more reasonably priced ski hills with more vertical and lift capacity.”
Lemski from CANADA - 19 Jan 2019
Mount Washington ski resort:
“The maintenance crew at Mt. Washington is doing a horrendous job at grooming the runs this year. According to my calculations, they have been grooming only 60 per cent of the runs, and incredibly, leaving the top half of many runs ungroomed, which means skiers are having to go down ungroomed snow to get to the groomed bottom half. That is really unsafe, with kids enrolled in the ski school having to go through crud at the top of runs before getting to a groomed area. Many skiers whom I met in the parking lot are leaving the mountain after doing only a run or two because of these conditions. Last year, the grooming was far better, and I understand there are two new grooming machines this year. I and many others have raised this issue with Mt. Washington staff, only to fall on deaf ears. Come on, guys. Get it together.”
Patty Harman from CANADA - 19 Jan 2019