Snow Reports for Swiss Ski Resorts and Snow Forecasts for Switzerland

Snowfall and Snow Forecasts for Swiss Ski Resorts

Resort Snow Depth Last Snow Next Snow
Adelboden 10 cm 25 Nov - 10 cm -
Andermatt 110 cm 23 Nov - 30 cm -
Anzere - - -
Arosa 50 cm - -
Champery 15 cm - -
Champex - - -
Crans Montana 50 cm - -
Davos 30 cm - -
Engelberg 20 cm 10 Nov - 8 cm -
Flims 55 cm 21 Nov - 20 cm -
Flims Laax 55 cm 21 Nov - 20 cm -
Grimentz 50 cm - -
Grindelwald 40 cm - -
Gstaad 70 cm - -
Interlaken - - -
Kandersteg - - -
Klosters 28 cm - -
Lauterbrunnen - - -
Lenzerheide 5 cm - -
Les Diablerets 40 cm - -
Leukerbad - - -
Leysin - - -
Mürren - - -
Nendaz 80 cm - -
Saas Fee 135 cm - -
Samnaun - - -
Savognin - - -
Scuol - - -
Siviez - - -
St Moritz 48 cm - -
Taesch - - -
Torgon - - -
Val Mustair - - -
Verbier 80 cm 21 Nov - 19 cm -
Veysonnaz - - -
Villars - - -
Wengen 28 cm - -
Zermatt 105 cm 25 Nov - 3 cm -
Zinal - - -

Snow Conditions in Switzerland (01 December 2008)

Zermatt (30/250cm) has had 40cm of snow fall since Sunday morning and all fifty of their lifts are now open. Superb fresh snow conditions are providing great riding, and with so many lifts running the slopes will feel really empty. It is windy on the glacier though so take care whilst enjoying all that fresh snow! Saas Fee (59/224cm) is also experiencing the same snow storm. 30cm has fallen across the whole mountain since Sunday and it is still falling on Monday morning. The storm has affected lift operations however and only five lifts are open on Monday. Once the storm has passed the rest of the lifts should re-open. Andermatt (60/300cm) has a very deep snow base on the upper slopes and the fresh snow over the weekend has provided excellent conditions. More snow is forecast towards the end of the week.