Igluski.com Latest Ski News List of ski news articles updates on Snow News thoughtout the day en-gb http://www.igluski.com 2016-02-11 Snow Report | 03 Feb 2016
The best conditions are on the highest slopes, so if you are looking for a brilliant last minute holiday it is best to choose your resorts carefully (or speak to one of our ski experts for the best choice for your needs!)


Best of the snow in the last 4 days:


Chamonix, France – 95 cm
Grimentz, Switzerland – 60 cm
Crans Montana, Switzerland - 55 cm
La Plagne, La Rosiere and Morzine, France – 50 cm
Cervinia, Italy – 50 cm

Snowfall on Wednesday


Verbier

Snow in verbier

Meribel

[EN DIRECT]Joli rideau de neige ce matin à Méribel, Coeur des 3 Vallées (Official)--[LIVE] Nice snow curtain this morning here at #meribel

Posted by Méribel, Coeur des 3 Vallées (Official) on Wednesday, 3 February 2016


Val d'Isere

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow! :)

Posted by Val d'Isère on Wednesday, 3 February 2016


Hintertux, near Mayrhofen

Leise rieselt der Schnee ??

Posted by Hintertuxer Gletscher on Wednesday, 3 February 2016


Sunshine is set to return on Friday briefly in the Northern Alps before more snowfall over the weekend. Temperatures are forecast to cool down in the Pyrenees with hope of snow on Saturday and early next week.

There is huge snow figures forecast over the next 9 days, we are not likely to actually get this amount but it’s great to see a top up of snow coming for half term and the end of February to top up slopes for everyone venturing on a ski holiday in March.

Best of the coming snow over the next 9 days


Zermatt – 254 cm
Flaine – 244 cm
Verbier – 208 cm
Les Arcs – 204 cm
Avoriaz – 189 cm
Cervinia – 186 cm
Tignes and Val d’Isere – 172 cm


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http://www.igluski.com/news/snow-report--03-feb-2016_a19736335 2016-02-03
Snow Report | 07 Jan 2016 last minute ski holiday.

Ski resorts across the Alps have dramatically transformed since the huge amounts of snowfall so far in 2016. Mountain sides that were getting greener and greener and now are covered in a thick blanket of white snow. And now it's dumping again!!

France


Top snowfalls from past 7 days:
Chamonix – 137 cm
Meribel – 75 cm
Cauterets – 70 cm
La Rosiere – 70 cm
Avoriaz – 69cm

Les Deux Alpes Snow Report
Les 2 Alpes 07/01/2016

Val d'Isere Snow Report
Val d'isere 07/01/2016

Avoriaz Snow Report
Avoriaz-Morzine-Chatel border 06/01/2016



Meribel 07/01/2016

SNOWING... Just a bit! #chuckingitdown

Posted by Mint Snowboarding on Thursday, 7 January 2016


Morzine 07/01/2016
 
La Plagne Snow Report
La Plagne 07/01/2016

Austria


Top snowfalls from past 7 days:
Lech/ Zurs – 50 cm
Pitztal – 44cm
Obergurgl – 42cm
Stubai – 35cm
Kaprun -30cm

Mayrhofen Snow Report
Mayrhofen 07/01/2016

Ski Welt Snow Report
Ski Welt 06/01/2016


Switzerland

Top snowfalls from past 7 days:
Verbier – 71cm
Anzere – 62cm
Nendaz – 40cm
Grimentz – 40cm
Saas Fee 38cm


Verbier 07/01/2016

Nendaz snow report
Nendaz 06/01/2016

Italy


Top snowfalls from past 7 days:
Courmayeur – 40 cm
Cervinia – 40 cm
La Thuile – 35 cm
Sestriere – 25cm
Sauze d’Oulx – 20cm

Courmayeur Snow Report
Courmayeur 07/01/2016 - Photo: @teddingtonhall

Sauze d'Oulx Snow Report
Sauze d'Olux 07/01/2016


And there’s no sign of the snow stopping! There is consistent snow daily for at least the next 7 days and temperatures drop further towards the end of next week. Heavy snow is forecast in Alps this weekend.

Top snowfalls over the next 9 days

Chamonix – 362cm
Flaine – 310cm
Zermatt – 290cm
La Rosiere – 283cm
Verbier – 276cm
Les Arcs -269cm
Courmayeur-268cm
Megeve-264cm

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Snow Report | 02 Jan 2016: Winter is back on track!
The best of the snowfall is in the Western Alps, with lighter snow in Switzerland and Austria, and very little snow in Italy.

There are reports of 30 cm of snowfall already since Saturday in Tignes, Val d’Isere, Courchevel and Verbier, with 20-30cm in Val Thorens, Avoriaz, Les Arcs and Flaine.

This isn’t the end, regular snowfalls are predicted daily for at the least the next 9 days and much more snow should be on its way.

We’re not expecting this much to actually fall, but predictions over the next 9 days include:

Chamonix – 231cm
Zermatt – 218cm
Les Deux Alpes - 215cm
Flaine – 200cm
Verbier – 160cm
Val d’Isere – 159cm
Alpe d’Huez – 158cm
Val Thorens – 155cm
Les Arcs – 155cm
Cervinia – 147cm

Make the most of the fresh snow and take a look at our last minute ski deals, including January chalet offers from just £250 pp.

Check out the snowfall so far:

Sainte Foy, France



Kirsteen (Marketing director) in Sainte Foy with her family for New Year


Alpe d'Huez, France


Alpe d'Huez snow report
02/01/2016

Alpe d'Huez Snow Report
04/01/2016

Val d'Isere, France


Val d'Isere Snow Report
02/01/2016

Val d'Isere Snow Report
04/01/2016

Tignes, France 


Tignes Snow Report
04/01/2016


La Plagne, France


La Plagne Snow Report

Val Thorens, France


Val Thorens Snow Report
02/01/2016

Val Throens Snow Report
04/01/2016

Les Arcs 2000, France


Les Arcs Snow Report

Chamonix, France


Chamonix Snow Report
Photo: Echo Base Ski Chamonix


Meribel, France


Meribel Snow Report
02/01/2016

Meribel Snow Report
04/01/2016 via @skicuisine 

La Clusaz, France


La Clusaz Snow Report

Avoriaz, France


Avoriaz Snow Report

Courmayeur, Italy


Courmayeur Snow Report

Verbier, Switzerland


Verbier Snow Report
02/01/2016

40cm ! La semaine commence merveilleusement bien :)40cm ! The week starts well, snow is falling down non-stop.#PureEnergy #Verbier

Posted by Verbier on Sunday, 3 January 2016


Wengen, Switzerland


Wengen Snow Report

Saalbach, Austria


Saalbach snow report

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Snow Report | 29 Dec 2015: Snow is coming!
Santa may not have delivered us snow for Christmas but 2016 is set to drop the goods so winter can get back on track again.

We’ve been checking the snow reports daily and the coming snowfall has been changing around, but it now seems to be sticking to a light snowfall on New Year’s Eve then a heavier snowfall of well over a foot on 2nd-4th January in most ski resorts in the French and Swiss Alps

Snow forecasts are predicting up to 140cm may fall in the French Alps as temperatures drop considerably, 60-90cm in the Western Alps and 30cm in the Pyrenees. Up to 50cm may fall in the higher regions of Austria, but most resorts are forecast just between 15-30cm of snow. Snow news is varied in Italy, western resorts such as Cervinia, Courmayeur and Champoluc are forecast between 40-80cm, whereas South Tyrol resorts may only get a sprinkling of fresh snow over the next week.

Chase the pow and take a look at our last minute 2016 ski deals

Highlights for the next 9 days snow forecast include:


Chamonix - 156cm
Zermatt – 154cm
Les Deux Alpes – 149cm
Flaine – 146cm
Alpe d’Huez – 132cm
Avoriaz - 131cm
Megeve - 121cm
La Clusaz - 118cm
Verbier - 116cm
La Rosiere - 115cm
Les Arcs - 111cm
St Christoph - 108cm
Cervinia - 105 cm
Val d’Isere – 104cm
Lech - 102cm
Tignes – 101cm
Val Thorens - 100cm
St Anton - 98cm

29/12/2015 - It's already started snowing in Avoriaz

Snow in Avoriaz


Chamonix

chamonix snow report

Zermatt

Zermatt snow report

Cervinia

Cervinia snow report

St Anton

St Anton snow report


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Snow Report | 17 Dec 2015
This week we’ve had many of our staff in ski resorts across Europe and Canada so we can tell you exactly how ski conditions are at present.

Latest fresh snowfall

Stubai, Austria – 14cm
Ischgl, Austria – 11cm
Kaprun, Obergurgl & Sölden, Austria – 10cm
Laax & Verbier, Switzerland – 10cm
Tignes & Val d’Isere, France – 5cm
St Anton & Lech, Austria – 5cm
Saas Fee, St Moritz & Mürren, Switzerland – 5cm
Ruka, Finland – 5cm
La Plagne & Les Arcs – 3cm

The best snow at the moment is in the Northern French and Swiss Alps, in resorts such as Tignes, Val d’Isere, Chamonix, Val Thorens, Verbier and Mürren. Snow cover is lower than expected by this point in December and off piste is limited but there are plenty of slopes open in these ski resorts for a fun filled ski holiday.

Here’s how ski resorts are looking:

Tignes, France


Snow in Tignes Val Claret

Snow in Tignes
Krystelle and Scottie in Tignes

Val d'Isere, France


Snow in Val d'Isere

Krystelle and Scottie spending a day in Val d'Isere



Avoriaz, France


Sunset in Avoriaz

Snow in Avoriaz for Transition Festival
Christian checking out Transition Festival in Avoriaz

Mayrhofen, Austria


Snow in Mayrhofen

Snow in Mayrhofen
Laura and Josh in Mayrhofen

Alpe d'Huez, France


Alpe d'Huez snow report

Alpe d'Huez snow report
Lisa and Beth in Alpe d'Huez

Flaine, France


Flaine snow report
Lisa and Beth continuing their tour of France to Flaine

Les 2 Alpes, France


Les 2 Alpes snow report
Lisa and Beth ending their tour in Les 2 Alpes


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Val Thorens, France


We were in Val Thorens for opening week at the start of the month where the slopes were in good condition and there was more than enough snow for great skiing and snowboarding. As Val Thorens is the highest ski resort in Europe, the slopes are still in good condition.

View photos from our early season ski trip to Val Thorens.

Here's how it's looking in Val Thorens now:





There are poor snow conditions in places in the Southern Alps, including Italy, southern French Alps and low Austrian resorts. So if you are thinking of a last minute ski holiday in 2016, aim for the higher ski resorts or talk to one of our ski experts to discover a ski resort best suited to you.

See our snow overview for more information

By Krystelle 
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Snow Report | 23 Nov 2015
View photos from Friday night’s snowfall here

France


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

[ #Live ] En direct de Méribel, Coeur des 3 Vallées (Official), depuis l'Inter Tougnète (1909m) !///#Méribel, the Final Countdown ! www.meribel.net/webcams

Posted by Méribel, Coeur des 3 Vallées (Official) on Monday, 23 November 2015

Meribel

Snow in Morzine
Morzine


Switzerland


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
Verbier

Snow in Saas Fee

Austria


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
Ischgl

Snow in Scheffau
Scheffau
 
Snow in Soll
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


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Snow in St Anton
 

Lech, Austria


Snow in Lech

Snow in Lech


Solden, Austria


Snow in Solden


Verbier, Switzerland


Et ce n' est pas fini ..... #letitssnow letitssnowSuivez-nous aussi sur Snapchat :snap verbier4vallees

Posted by Verbier 4Vallées on Saturday, 21 November 2015

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

Courchevel


Lech, Austria



Lech
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

Lapland



lapland
First snow at Lapland

Las Leñas, Argentina



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

Have you heard about the news of an El Niño this winter?


By Krystelle

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