Snow Reports for Austrian Ski Resorts and Snow Forecasts for Austria

Snowfall and Snow Forecasts for Austrian Ski Resorts

Resort Snow Depth Last Snow Next Snow
Alpbach 110 cm 17 Jan - 10 cm -
Alpendorf - - -
Altaussee - Grundlsee - - -
Auffach - - -
Axamer Lizum 90 cm 17 Jan - 5 cm -
Bad Gastein 140 cm 16 Jan - 10 cm -
Bad Hofgastein 140 cm 16 Jan - 10 cm -
Bad Kleinkirchheim - - -
Bad Mitterndorf - - -
Brand and Bürserberg - - -
Ellmau 75 cm 16 Jan - 5 cm -
Fieberbrunn - - -
Filzmoos 140 cm 17 Jan - 5 cm -
Finkenberg 135 cm 17 Jan - 10 cm -
Fiss - - -
Flachau 185 cm 17 Jan - 5 cm -
Fugen 95 cm 17 Jan - 10 cm -
Fulpmes - - -
Galtur 90 cm 17 Jan - 5 cm -
Gaschurn - - -
Gerlitzen - - -
Gosau - - -
Götzens - - -
Hinterglemm - - -
Hochgurgl - - -
Hochrindl - - -
Hopfgarten - - -
Igls 30 cm - -
Innsbruck - - -
Ischgl 65 cm 16 Jan - 1 cm -
Kaltenbach - - -
Kappl - - -
Kaprun 125 cm 17 Jan - 5 cm -
Katschberg - - -
Kirchberg 87 cm 16 Jan - 5 cm -
Kirchdorf - - -
Kitzbuhel 87 cm 16 Jan - 5 cm -
Kuhtai 80 cm 17 Jan - 3 cm -
Lech 120 cm 16 Jan - 10 cm -
Leogang - - -
Lofer - - -
Maria Alm - - -
Mayrhofen 140 cm 18 Jan - 8 cm -
Mittersill - Kitzbuhel 87 cm 16 Jan - 5 cm -
Nassfeld - - -
Neukirchen - - -
Neustift 130 cm 16 Jan - 5 cm -
Niederau/Oberau 110 cm 17 Jan - 10 cm -
Obergurgl 124 cm 17 Jan - 10 cm -
Oberlech - - -
Obertauern 170 cm 17 Jan - 10 cm -
Oetz/Oetztal - - -
Pettneu - - -
Rauris - - -
Saalbach 100 cm 16 Jan - 10 cm -
Scheffau 75 cm 16 Jan - 5 cm -
Schladming 130 cm 17 Jan - 10 cm -
Schruns/Montafon - - -
See - - -
Seefeld 100 cm 16 Jan - 5 cm -
Serfaus - - -
Silvretta Montafon - - -
Solden 219 cm 13 Jan - 15 cm -
Soll 75 cm 16 Jan - 5 cm -
St Anton 150 cm 17 Jan - 5 cm -
St Anton Montafon 150 cm 17 Jan - 5 cm -
St Christoph - - -
St Johann in Pongau - - -
St Johann in Tirol 85 cm 17 Jan - 5 cm -
St Michael, Mauterndorf - - -
St Wolfgang 149 cm 12 Jan - 20 cm -
Stuben - - -
Trins - - -
Tschagguns/Montafon 150 cm 17 Jan - 5 cm -
Vandans/Montafon - - -
Westendorf 75 cm 16 Jan - 5 cm -
Wildschonau 110 cm 17 Jan - 10 cm -
Zell am See 92 cm 16 Jan - 2 cm -
Zell am Ziller 90 cm 17 Jan - 10 cm -
Zurs am Arlberg 120 cm 16 Jan - 10 cm -

Snow Conditions in Austria (19 January 2017)

An absolutely glorious day across Austria on Thursday 19th January. The country basked in sunshine and temperatures were well below freezing, meaning that conditions remained very good indeed. In the Ski Welt (65/75cm), the resorts of Ellmau, Hopfgarten, Scheffau and Soll are all looking impressive. The last snow in the area was on the 16th January, and the off piste is now mostly tracked out. However, 86/91 lifts were spinning on Thursday, and with 275km of groomed terrain on offer, there are plenty of different options available for all abilities. In the Arlberg region, the lower slopes at St Anton (60/150cm) and St Christoph (60/150cm) were packed, whilst the upper slopes surrounding the resorts were in excellent nick. Nearby at Lech (80/120cm) and Zurs (80/120cm) all but two of the lifts were running (85/87) and the skiing across the area is superb. Of all our featured Austrian resorts, only one was struggling somewhat compared to rest. Bad Kleienkirchheim in east Austria (15/20cm) has still got a relatively shallow base depth compared to other resorts, and was also an anomaly in the sense that it was also a partly cloudy day on Thursday too. The sunny skies are set to continue on into the weekend, and current forecast predicts that fine views should prevail well into next week. Temperatures may rise slightly over the weekend, but should still remain cold enough to keep the snow in great condition.