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 170 cm 17 Jan - 30 cm 18 Jan - 13 cm
Alpendorf - - -
Altaussee - Grundlsee - - 18 Jan - 42 cm
Auffach - - -
Axamer Lizum 120 cm 17 Jan - 15 cm 18 Jan - 8 cm
Bad Gastein 155 cm 09 Jan - 15 cm 18 Jan - 10 cm
Bad Hofgastein 155 cm 09 Jan - 15 cm 18 Jan - 11 cm
Bad Kleinkirchheim - - -
Bad Mitterndorf - - 18 Jan - 27 cm
Brand and Bürserberg - - -
Ellmau 130 cm 03 Jan - 5 cm 18 Jan - 17 cm
Fieberbrunn - - 18 Jan - 17 cm
Filzmoos 115 cm 17 Jan - 15 cm 18 Jan - 32 cm
Finkenberg 100 cm 17 Jan - 10 cm 18 Jan - 8 cm
Fiss - - 18 Jan - 14 cm
Flachau 140 cm 17 Jan - 30 cm 18 Jan - 22 cm
Fugen 125 cm 16 Jan - 20 cm 18 Jan - 11 cm
Fulpmes - - 18 Jan - 9 cm
Galtur 170 cm 17 Jan - 40 cm 18 Jan - 22 cm
Gaschurn - - -
Gerlitzen - - -
Gosau - - -
Götzens - - -
Hinterglemm - - 18 Jan - 16 cm
Hochgurgl - - 18 Jan - 13 cm
Hochrindl - - -
Hopfgarten - - 18 Jan - 13 cm
Igls 70 cm 04 Jan - 10 cm 18 Jan - 8 cm
Innsbruck - - 18 Jan - 12 cm
Ischgl 130 cm 17 Jan - 20 cm 18 Jan - 23 cm
Kaltenbach - - 18 Jan - 8 cm
Kappl - - -
Kaprun 280 cm 16 Jan - 25 cm 18 Jan - 11 cm
Katschberg - - 18 Jan - 8 cm
Kirchberg 107 cm 04 Jan - 5 cm 18 Jan - 14 cm
Kirchdorf - - 18 Jan - 5 cm
Kitzbuhel 107 cm 13 Jan - 2 cm 18 Jan - 15 cm
Kuhtai 132 cm 17 Jan - 20 cm 18 Jan - 15 cm
Lech 180 cm 16 Jan - 15 cm 18 Jan - 33 cm
Leogang - - 18 Jan - 23 cm
Lofer - - -
Maria Alm - - 18 Jan - 31 cm
Mayrhofen 99 cm 03 Jan - 10 cm 18 Jan - 8 cm
Mittersill - Kitzbuhel 107 cm 13 Jan - 2 cm 18 Jan - 9 cm
Nassfeld - - 19 Jan - 4 cm
Neukirchen - - 18 Jan - 8 cm
Neustift 300 cm - 18 Jan - 9 cm
Niederau/Oberau 170 cm 17 Jan - 30 cm 18 Jan - 10 cm
Obergurgl 272 cm 17 Jan - 15 cm 18 Jan - 13 cm
Oberlech - - 18 Jan - 33 cm
Obertauern 220 cm 17 Jan - 30 cm 18 Jan - 16 cm
Oetz/Oetztal - - 18 Jan - 12 cm
Pettneu - - -
Rauris - - 18 Jan - 7 cm
Saalbach 135 cm 17 Jan - 30 cm 18 Jan - 16 cm
Scheffau 130 cm 17 Jan - 10 cm 18 Jan - 17 cm
Schladming 120 cm - 18 Jan - 30 cm
Schruns/Montafon - - 18 Jan - 20 cm
See - - -
Seefeld 130 cm 17 Jan - 25 cm 18 Jan - 12 cm
Serfaus - - 18 Jan - 11 cm
Silvretta Montafon - - -
Solden 277 cm - 18 Jan - 16 cm
Soll 130 cm 17 Jan - 10 cm 18 Jan - 15 cm
St Anton 230 cm 17 Jan - 10 cm 18 Jan - 30 cm
St Anton Montafon 230 cm 17 Jan - 10 cm 18 Jan - 30 cm
St Christoph - - 18 Jan - 30 cm
St Johann in Pongau - - -
St Johann in Tirol 110 cm 27 Dec - 10 cm 18 Jan - 18 cm
St Michael, Mauterndorf - - 18 Jan - 10 cm
St Wolfgang 70 cm 28 Dec - 5 cm 18 Jan - 36 cm
Stuben - - -
Trins - - -
Tschagguns/Montafon 230 cm 17 Jan - 10 cm 18 Jan - 22 cm
Vandans/Montafon - - 18 Jan - 20 cm
Westendorf 130 cm 17 Jan - 10 cm 18 Jan - 13 cm
Wildschonau 170 cm 17 Jan - 30 cm 18 Jan - 12 cm
Zell am See 150 cm 17 Jan - 20 cm 18 Jan - 14 cm
Zell am Ziller 180 cm 17 Jan - 20 cm 18 Jan - 7 cm
Zurs am Arlberg 180 cm 16 Jan - 15 cm 18 Jan - 31 cm

Snow Conditions in Austria (15 January 2018)

There were predominantly calm, blue skies in Austria over the weekend, with chilly conditions but no wind. This looked to change over the course of Monday the 15th January however. Cloud moved in over much of Austria in preparation of a week of heavy snowfall. Monday itself saw the last of the very pleasant sunshine. Cloud and overcast skies came earlier over the more northerly areas, for example the Ski Welt area, while more southerly resorts such as Ischgl (50/120cm) and Mayrhofen (99cm) were forecast so see increasing cloud as the day progressed. Many resorts, now approaching double digits in the number of days without fresh snow are presenting a decreasing amount of enjoyable off piste, while lower slopes are at risk of becoming hard packed and icy. There are of course exceptions to this, with the upper slopes of many resorts continuing to offer plenty of enjoyable skiing conditions. A new storm moving in on Tuesday 16th January is set to provide large amounts of fresh snow for Austria throughout much of the week, accompanied as expected by an expected drop in temperatures in many resorts. Resorts set to benefit most significantly from the new snow include Lech / Zurs (105/155cm) and the rest of the Arlberg region, which is potentially on course for more than 200cm of snow over the coming weekdays. Resorts around Ischgl are also set to see significant amounts of new snow, while almost all Austrian resorts should see noticeable amounts, improving the pistes.