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View photos from Friday night’s snowfall here


Tignes & Val d’Isere topped the snow charts with 80cm of fresh snow that’ll start the snow base on lower parts of the resorts, as well as add the Grande Motte Glacier which is already open for skiing.

Val Thorens also had a notable amount of snowfall, with 60 cm ahead of it’s opening this coming weekend. The Iglu Ski team will be live from resort on Monday 30th November to report on the start of ski season in the 3 Valleys.

Here is our first video report of the season, straight from the centre of Morzine village on Saturday:

Snow in Val d'Isere
Val d'Isere

Snow in Val Thorens

Val Thorens

Snow in Les Arcs
Arc 1950, Les Arcs

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Snow in Morzine


As the snow storm swept across the Swiss Alps some resorts were blessed with up to 50 cm of snowfall. Unfortunately there was limited snowfall towards the south and east of the country, so not all resorts benefited from the new snow. Top snowfall included Saas Fee had 60cm of snow, Grindelwald 50 cm and Murren and Wengen 41cm.

Snow in Verbier

Snow in Saas Fee


Between 20-30cm of snow hit a lot of ski resorts in Austria. The glaciers have already built up a good snow base, so another foot of snow being added to that is very impressive. Notable snowfalls include: 32cm at Pitzal glacier, 30 cm at Kaunertal and 20cm in Sölden.

Snow in Ischgl

Snow in Scheffau
Snow in Soll

Good news – even more snow is on the way! Here’s how much is snow is forecast over the next 3 days:

Flaine & Chamonix – 67 cm
Zermatt – 44 cm
Avoiriaz – 40 cm
Tignes & Val d’isere – 31 cm
Val Thorens & Meribel – 26 cm

Snow forecast
Snow forecast on Wednesday night

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Snow Report | 21 Nov 2015: Snow in the Alps
Friday was quite warm in the Alps so there was only rain at lower levels under 2000m, but since Saturday temperatures have dropped considerably and there is snow on lower pistes and villages.

Check out the snow falling in Morzine on Saturday evening in our latest video snow report from senior sales expert, Christian, based in Morzine #WINTERISBACK

Few more videos from Iglu Ski

We are expecting about 100 cm of snow above 2500m in the Alps, with possibly up to 150cm in higher areas. Keeping checking back as we will be updating this snow report over the weekend with photos and stats of the new snow.

Here is the snowfall on Friday:

Snow forecast November 2015Tignes

Snow forecast November 2015La Plagne 

Here is the snow on Saturday:

Val Thorens, France

Snow in Val Thorens

Snow in Val Thorens

Tignes, France

Snow in Tignes

La Plagne, France

Snow in La Plagne

Val d'Isere, France

Snow in Val d'Isere

Courchevel, France

Snow in courchevel

Snow in Courchevel

La Tania

Snow in La Tania
Already 80cm of snow in La Tania on Saturday morning. Photo: @NickSkiLaTania

St Anton, Austria


Snow in St Anton

Lech, Austria

Snow in Lech

Snow in Lech

Solden, Austria

Snow in Solden

Verbier, Switzerland

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Zermatt, Switzerland

Snow in Zermatt

Wengen, Switzerland

Snow in Wengen

Snow forecast over the next 3 days:

Gstaad – 59cm
Argentiere – 55cm
Solden – 51cm
Chamonix – 49cm

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Snow Reports | 17 Nov 2015: Huge snowfall is coming to the Alps
As freezing levels and temperatures start to drop, autumn will come to a halt and winter will finally step into play.

The Alps have already had some snowfall this season, in mid-October ski resorts received up to 50 cm of snowfall and at the end of October there was up to a foot of snow in 24 hours across many resorts. But after a dry November there hasn’t been much snowfall in the Alps.

This hasn’t stopped high altitude areas with existing snow from opening; glacier resorts in Austria have been open for weeks now including Hintertux and Stubai. Zermatt, Saas Fee, Cervinia, Kitzbuhel, Obergurgl and Tignes have selected lifts open where slope conditions are good.

Snow forecast November 2015

The forecasts are now predicting a positive outlook for the Alps from Friday 20th November as the first low-level snowfall should hit.

Weather maps are suggesting that as much as 100cm of snow could fall in places and freezing level dropping to as low as sea level in France. Some long range forecast are predicting over 200cm of snow in selected resorts, we should see lots of snowfall but we don't think that it will end up being quite this much.

Val Thorens was due to open this weekend, but to avoid the chaos of the temperamental weather predicted in a short amount of time, the resort has decided to postpone opening until 28th November. 

Next 9 days snowfall prediction

Flaine – 215 cm
Zermatt – 198 cm
Les Arcs – 195 cm
Verbier – 190 cm
Tignes & Val d’Isere – 168cm
La Plagne – 161 cm
Val Thorens – 153 cm

These ski figures were taken from the Ski Club snow reports on 17/11/2015

Here is how the weather conditions are looking: 

Tignes, France

Snow forecast November 2015

St Anton, Austria

Snow forecast November 2015

Zermatt, Switzerland

Snow forecast November 2015

Meanwhile, over in North America...

Snow conditions are exceptional for this time of year. In the USA, the best skiing can be found in Colorado and California, whilst in Canada conditions are most notable in Banff-Lake Louise and Mount Norquay. Due to the fantastic snowfall levels, some resorts have decided to open early so skiers and snowboarders can enjoy the powder-ific pistes.

Take a look at more snow news in North America

Snow forecast November 2015Big White, Canada

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Snow Report | 11 Nov 2015: Up to 50 cm in North America
Here's a round up of how ski resorts in USA and Canada are looking:

Jackson Hole's 50th anniversary year is off to a flying start which huge snowfalls with just 15 days to go until opening day on 26th November.

Since 29th October snow has been consistently falling and last week there was over 50cm blanketing the upper slopes of the resort. With even more snowfall on Monday night, it’s looking like a brilliant start of the season at Jackson Hole.

Snowing in North AmericaTop of the new Teton lift on Tuesday

Snowing in North AmericaLast week's snow storm at Jackson Hole

Whistler Blackcomb had another 42cm of snow over the weekend and is due to open on November 26th, although some runs may open early due to the fantastic amount of snow so far in November.

snowing in Whistler
Whistler Blackcomb on Monday

Snowing in Whistler
Snowfall over the weekend

Heavenly Mountain has confirmed it is opening its slopes a week early with ski season kicking off on Saturday 14th November.

Snowing in North America
Snowing in North AmericaHeavenly Mountain on Tuesday

Mammoth Mountain has received over a foot of snow in 24 hours, with snow still falling yesterday ‘It’s still snowing at Main Lodge and doesn’t look like it’s slowing down anytime soon’ - their Facebook page comments.

Snowing in North AmericaMonday's snowfall

Snowing in North AmericaPow slashes at Mammoth Mountain on Tuesday

Kicking Horse Mountain Resort also received over a foot of snow in 24 hours and more is predicted this weekend

Snowing in North America After the snow storm on Tuesday

We are loving the snowy scenes in this video of Park City on Tuesday:

Park City Snowfall.

5" and counting. More snow expected to fall throughout the night! #OneParkCity

Posted by Park City Mountain Resort on Tuesday, 10 November 2015

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Snow Report | 05 Oct 2015
The biggest news in the ski world was the Grande Motte glacier in Tignes opening with fantastic conditions reported. Take a look below at a few photos from on the glacier.

More ski areas will open over the coming weeks; Les 2 Alpes is due to open on 24th October for half term, Kitzsteinhorn at Kaprun on 7th November and Val Thorens on 21st November.

Over the pond, snow making has started at Copper Mountain in Colorado with plans to open on 6th November and there has been an inch of snowfall at Mammoth Mountain in California to kick off October.

Here’s how ski resorts are looking now:

Tignes, France

Grande Motte
Grande Motte glacier on Saturday - Photo Evolution 2

Grande Motte
Grande Motte glacier on Sunday - Photo: YSE Ski

Val d'Isere, France

Val d'Isere
Pisaillas glacier on Sunday

Courchevel, France


Lech, Austria

Photo - Hotel Goldenerberg

Saas Fee, Switzerland

Saas Fee

Copper Mountain, USA

copper mountain
Snowmaking has officially started

Mammoth Mountain, USA

Mammoth Mountain
An inch of snow to celebrate the start of October


First snow at Lapland

Las Leñas, Argentina

Las Leñas Ski Resort
Winter isn't over yet in South America

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Snow Report | 23 Sep 2015: More September Snow
With the horrendous rain in the UK and the flusters of snow in the Alps we can officially say summer is over, which marks one of our favourite times of the year - the countdown to ski season. With the first signs of the autumn weather appearing people are turning their heads away from the rain and looking towards a snowy winter.

Up to 50cm of snowfall has fallen in the Alps since Tuesday night, with the best of the snow hitting the Austrian glacier ski areas including Hintertux and Kitzsteinhorn. 

Here are our favourite photos from the early snow so far:


Alpe d'Huez

Alpe d'huez



La Plagne

La Plagne

Val d'Isere

Val d'Isere




There are already reports of over 50cm of snowfall in the higher Austrian ski areas, including Hintertux, Stubai and Solden. Take at look a the waist deep powder on Hintertux!





Hintertux (Mayrhofen)

Hintertux POW


Stubai (Neustift)


Bad Gastein

Bad Gastein

Kitzsteinhorn (Kaprun)


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Posted by Kitzsteinhorn on Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Der Winter kommt näher.....

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Snow Report | 15 Sept: First snowfall in France
Up to 20cm fell in the northern French Alps in the higher ski resorts. The best of the new snow was seen on the Grande Motte glacier in Tignes as the brown, dull landscape is transformed into a snowy, winter wonderland. Take a look at the video below if you don't believe us!

Les Deux Alpes and Tignes have now closed for summer skiing and both are set to re-open in October. 

If the sight of snowfall is getting you excited we currently have a fantastic range of  deals, including the lowest prices we’ve seen in a long time for Christmas and New Year getaways.

Here are our favourite recent photos of the new snow:

Val Thorens

snow report val thorens

Alpe d'Huez

snow report alpe d'huez

snow report alpe d'huez

Les Deux Alpes

snow report les deux alpes

Val d'Isere

snow report val d'isere
Photo:  YSE Ski - Val d'Isere


What a difference 24 hours makes in Tignes! #winteriscoming

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Snow Report | 03 Sep 2015: September Snow
Winter still isn't over yet in ski resorts in the south. Australia and New Zealand are still recieving regulary fresh snow.

Here are some beautiful snowy photos we've woken up to this morning:


Kicking Horse Ski Resort

kicking horse

kicking horse

kicking horse

kicking horse
Photos courtesy of Kicking Horse Mountain Resort Facebook Page


Freezing levels are currently at 1900m but expected to drop to 1600m



Photos courtesy of Whistler Blackcomb Twitter Page

Photo: New Guy Photography


Summer is over on the Hintertux glacier near Mayrhofen, Austria, they’ve had 5cm of snow overnight.

Hintertux snow

Hintertux Snow

Hintertux Snow
Photos courtesy of Hintertuxer Gletscher


With a few more cm's of fresh snow at Perisher ski resort, winter isn't over down under yet! Up to 20cm of snow is predicted across Australian ski areas over the next 9 days.

Perisher - Fresh Snow at Perisher

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Snow Report | 17 Aug 2015: Snowfall near Val d'Isere Val d’isere. The Col de l’Iseran at 2770m is only accessible in summer months, but soon enough it may be covered in snow! It’s time to start getting excited about the European winter #winteriscoming

Snow in Val d'Isere
Photo: YSE Ski – Val d’Isere  


Snow conditions are excellent in Australia after regular snowfall so far this season. Many of the main ski resorts received snow fall over the weekend, including 8 cm in Mount Buller and Mount Hotham. More snow is forecast over the next 7 days.

Snow in Australia
Mount Hotham, Australia

New Zealand

The photos on social media from the NZ resorts are amazing. It’s been a great season so far for our friends down under, and it’s not stopping! Up to 45cm of snow is forecast over the next 9 days, with Treble Cone, Whakapapa and Turoa predicting the best of the coming snow.

snow in New Zeland
Mount Hutt, New Zealand


Is there such a thing as too much snow? As ski resorts in Chile are swimming in it! It’s been an amazing few weeks in the South American ski resorts, particularly for Portillo which boasts a 233cm upper piste base and 187cm on lower pistes!

snow in chile
Portillo, Chile

Warren Smith Ski Academy in Zermatt and Cervinia

The team at Warren Smith are continuing to make the most of summer skiing in the European glaciers. Here are some of their recent photos from Cervinia in Italy and Zermatt in Switzerland.

Snow in Zermatt
Zermatt, 8th August 2015

snow in cervinia
Cervinia, 17th August 2015

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Snow Report | 15 Jul 2015
Summer skiing is in full swing in Europe with most of the large glacial areas open to skier and snowboarder. Here’s a brief recap of current snow conditions around the globe:


The glaciers in Tignes and Les Deux Alpes are currently open for summer skiing. It hasn’t snowed in a few weeks but because of the high altitude the bases are still in good condition. Zermatt in Switzerland and Cervinia in Italy have lifts operating, and Saas Fee is due to open this weekend. Warren Smith Ski Academy have already been out in Cervinia.

Take a look at their latest video blog from Cervinia last week:



An ‘Antarctic Vortex’ (AKA a huge dump of snow) has blasted across the Australian peaks bringing in fresh powder to most resorts. Thredbo in New South Wales has been blessed with the most snow with 25cm of freshies on Monday with Perisher getting 21cm. Over in Victoria Hotham had 11 cm of snowfall.

Check out Thredbo under a blanket of powder:

New Zealand

Resorts are having a great start to the season, with most receiving fresh snow in the last 7 days. Mont Olympus has had 40cm during the past week, with 25cm falling last Friday. All resorts have great snow bases, with many of the upper slopes well over 1m deep.

Stunning view from Turoa ski resort:

New Zealand skiing in July 2015
Turoa, New Zealand, 13th July

South America

Ski resorts in Chile will have an astounding start to the ski season. All resorts received 50-60cm of snowfall over the weekend before Saturday’s big opening day.

Lifts are already open in Las Lenas in Argentina after a huge 100cm dump of snowfall at the weekend. Even more snow is expected in Argentina this week for a powder-filled weekend.

Skiing in Las Lanas in July 2015
Las Lenas, Argentina, July 12th

Skiing in Portillo July 2015
Portillo, Chile, July 13th

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