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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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- Weather radar observation: Light snow is falling in Tyrol Basin.
- Weather radar observation: It is snowing heavily in Tuşnad Băi.
- Weather radar observation: Heavy snow is falling at Trollhaugen.
- Weather radar observation: It is snowing heavily at Timberline.
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UPDATED 19 February 2019 An unusual week for snowfall, this season, in Europe. Particularly compared to the start of this year as there's hardly been any new snow. After the huge snowfalls in the Eastern Alps in January and the decent snowfalls pretty well everywhere else over the past month, it has simply stopped across much of Europe.....
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Latest submitted reviews
Mt Hood Meadows ski resort:
“Holy whiners on this page...I find Meadows to be super fun with a great variety of terrain. I'm not sure where all these other people are skiing who seem to think Meadows' lifts are closed more than most exposed lifts. Or that it's some outrageous price compared to other resorts. There are still a few gems out there: White Pass powder, in Utah. But for the most part, $100 barely gets you up Stowe. The terrain is super fun, the runs may not be super long, but they are fun. Comparing it to skiing in Utah or BC just doesn't work. The mountains are completely different; enjoy it for what it is: a mini Jackson hole (sort of). And lift lines...yeah. They can be a bit long, but that's, unfortunately, not the exception as opposed to the norm. Anyway, I guess if you don't like it, don't go; more snow for the rest of us.”
Darin from CANADA - 22 Feb 2019
Cedars ski resort:
“Went after a great 45cm snowfall in Feb 2018. Resort is basic but very nice with a friendly restaurant. They groom some parts, and had most lifts open despite there being not so many people.
Lift tickets were 60k LBP on weekends, 45k LBP on weekdays. Rentals ran 15k LBP per day, and could be negotiated down across multiple days.
Unfortunately, they allowed snowmobiles on the runs which churned up the surface (for better and worse), and caused great noise and air pollution. Still, I would certainly go again for the 1950s "few people live in the world" vibe.”
eMPa from UNITED STATES - 22 Feb 2019
Kitzbühel ski resort:
“Big mountain with plenty of runs for any level of rider. When I was here in late February 2019, there hadn't been any fresh snow for at least a week, and the diurnal freeze-thaw cycles made skiing off-piste very rough. Piste skiing became very crowded, although lift lines remained fairly short because of the high speed 8 and 6-pack chairs.
Kitzbuhel is a beer desert! North Americans used to a selection of craft beers in bars will go into shock! Restaurant food is excellent, and prices are about 2/3 to half of what you would pay at US ski areas. Lift tickets are 1/3 the price of western us resorts, which made this trip to Kitz less expensive than going to Colorado, California, or other major Western US resorts. Austrian people have been very friendly, warm, and helpful.”
Bruce G from UNITED STATES - 22 Feb 2019