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Snow report | 09 Sep 2019: First October snow

Snow report | 09 Sep 2019: First October snow

It’s snowed up to 20cm overnight in many areas of the Alps as temperatures suddenly drop in Europe. After good September snow, about a dozen glacier ski areas are already open including Hintertux, Solden, and Stubai.

Up to 60cm of snow is forecast to snow in high altitude areas in the Eastern Alps of Switzerland, with other surrounding resorts forecast to get 10-30cm.

Latest snow reports

19 cm - Hintertux Glacier, Austria
19 cm - Stubai Glacier, Austria
18 cm - Kaunertal Glacier, Austria
18 cm - Sölden, Austria
16 cm - Obergurgl, Austria
16 cm - Kuhtai, Austria
14 cm - Arosa, Switzerland
17 cm - Davos, Switzerland
10 cm - Cortina, Italy
9 cm - Ischgl, Austria
8 cm - Arabba, Italy
7 cm - Tignes, France
7 cm - Val Thorens, France
7 cm - Livigno, Italy
6 cm - Les Deux Alps, France

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Hintertux glacier, Austria


Hintertux snow report

Hintertux snow report

Dachstein Glacier, Austria


Dachstein snow report

Sölden, Austria



Solden snow report

St Anton, Austria




Wengen, Switzerland


Wengen snow report

La Plagne, France


La Plagne Snow Report


La Plagne snow report

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